Anita Hill’s story didn’t end in 1991. But it didn’t begin there either. Hill will deliver her Centre for American Studies Speakers’ Series lecture at 5 p.m. today in Conron Hall, University College, Room 224.
If anyone knows the ins and outs of the commercialization of
imaging technology it’s Aaron Fenster.
With the goal of fast-tracking innovations from the lab to the
marketplace, the Federal Government today announced $61.1 million
in grants to five new Centres of Excellence for Commercialization
and Research (CECR), including $13.3 million to The University of
Dr. Charles DeCarli’s research has led to new brain imaging
techniques and a new way of looking at Alzheimer’s disease, and now
it’s earned him the 2010 J. Allyn Taylor International Prize in
Medicine from The University of Western Ontario’s Schulich School
of Medicine & Dentistry. “Imaging of the aging brain” is this
year’s Taylor Prize topic.
Cardiologists and surgeons may soon have a new tool to improve
outcomes for patients requiring pacemakers, bypass surgery or
Looking to facilitate the discovery and development of innovative
imaging techniques, the creation of the Biomedical Imaging Research
Centre (BIRC) at The University of Western Ontario brings together
a multi-institutional group of more than 350 scientists, engineers,
physicists, students and support staff from across the city.
The Biomedical Imaging Research Centre (BIRC), announced today at
The University of Western Ontario, has a very clear vision: to be
the best integrated biomedical imaging research program in Canada
and to rank among the top five in the world.
June 12 marks the fourth annual London Imaging Discovery workshop,
the first of its kind designed to connect faculty and students of
the Department of Radiology & Nuclear Medicine in the Schulich
School of Medicine & Dentistry and The University of Western