Most classes and exams move online, students encouraged to leave residence.
Western engineer leads a study collecting wastewater samples from a number of strategic locations in London, Ont. and analyzed at Western’s ImPaKT Facility.
Research across 144 countries associates poverty with fewer deaths
Increase in regional case counts reflected on campus
With the lack of global equitable access to vaccines, is there a level playing field for nations competing in the Olympics?
The change could prevent 60,000 COVID-19 related deaths in one year
Victoria Esses and her collaborators examine Canada’s immigration system prior to the pandemic, and suggest changes for success moving forward.
Genomic surveillance programs have tracked more than 300,000 unique genetic versions of the COVID-19 virus. A new Western-developed web application visually represents all of that data in an easy-to-understand way.
The university reminds students to follow public health guidelines.
A new social media search tool could help public health experts reach more people struggling with substance abuse.
Western molecular virologist Stephen Barr looks back on the year as the world marks the anniversary of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Middlesex-London Health Unit (MLHU) has declared a COVID-19 outbreak in Essex Hall residence, where there are currently seven confirmed positive cases.
Study recommends governments adopt an intersectional approach to understanding how vulnerabilities and disadvantages affect a person’s health.
Patients with chronic kidney disease are particularly vulnerable to contracting and dying from COVID-19, a Western-led study found.
Western researchers are joining forces with Royal Ontario Museum bat biologists to create a ‘vaccine bank’ that could be used in the next pandemic.
Update from Western President Alan Shepard
The coronavirus will keep mutating unless we can mitigate its spread.
There’s a wide variance of provincial recommendations on how deeply the swab should be inserted.
Many older people have become entirely responsible for the care of a frail spouse, in addition to running a household and caring for themselves.
As the pandemic wears on, a unique program at Schulich Medicine & Dentistry builds resiliency with mutual support.