Research finds there may be little value in mandated clinical-competency exams after physiotherapy graduation
Addressing social inequalities to ensure physical activity is accessible to all Canadians
Celebrating Canadian women’s success in sport benefits future generations and Canada
Olympic athletes continue to thrive and break records during the pandemic.
New international research offers insight on climate change impact on early humans’ size
From climate change to neuroscience, scope of Western research expertise grows
Taking home-grown research to the international market
The winning ideas could enhance safety for paramedics in remote settings and improve the fit of prostheses.
An under-used knee operation could supplant more major surgery for people in early stages of osteoarthritis.
Professor Joy MacDermid and fellow Bone and Joint Institute collaborators recognized by Arthritis Society
The Canada Research Chairs program invests up to $295-million annually to attract, support and retain some of the world’s most outstanding scholars and scientists.
For people with osteoarthritis, exercise hurts. A lot. A new Western study shows, with the right exercise, working through the initial pain can help.
Americans with university degrees or higher level of education endure substantially less pain than those who are less educated, according to an international study led by Western University.
Engineering students will face demanding, ‘re-imagined’ labs, often using materials they have at home.
Researchers looking to develop green technologies, understand consumer decision-making and improve learning outcomes for children with autism are among those benefiting from new federal funding.
Wagner Souza, has combined experience with neuroscience to create ‘smart’ medical devices, including a fall-prevention walker.
Western has recruited some of the top PhD graduates, medical students and residents from across the country to be part of the sixth cohort of its Medical Innovation Fellowship (MIF) program.
It was quite the finish to Ian Villamagna’s PhD career at Western.
Western will continue to build on more than a half century of neuroscience research excellence thanks to the recent approval of the Western Institute for Neuroscience.
A homegrown idea to create a 3-D printed ventilator might be the answer to a global problem first exposed in the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic.