More than 60 Indigenous students will be celebrated at the event, including four medical students sharing a special bond.
Students launch network to provide culturally competent, anti-oppressive, and feminist health care resources for Indigenous and racialized women
Ontario study by Western and Lawson researchers shows children born in Sarnia at higher risk
Inside ImPaKT, Western’s world-class biocontainment level 3 facility
The Pathology and Laboratory Medicine (PaLM) clinical labs support seven public health units, including hospitals and long-term care facilities, from Owen Sound to Windsor
Kim Baines, Glenn Bauman, and Deborah Laliberte-Rudman are being recognized for sustained excellence in scholarship
Outstanding faculty members and a team of course designers are being honoured for excellence
Researchers have discovered a compound that can inhibit the growth of a deadly bacterium that has become resistant to most antibiotics.
A national research study gathered information on the health needs of trans and non-binary Canadians.
The change could prevent 60,000 COVID-19 related deaths in one year
The Complex Adaptive Systems lab is an interdisciplinary network encouraging cross-campus collaboration.
Dr. Francisco Olea-Popelka argues that to eliminate TB entirely, we must look at the zoonotic form of the disease, more common than once thought.
Schulich launches MD+, a new track allowing medical students to pursue a master’s degree or certificate in a wide variety of subjects.
A team of Western scientists and clinicians is combining powerful brain imaging tools with Alzheimer’s and epilepsy expertise to better understand the effects of COVID-19 on the brain.
A new study explores the relationship between TMAO (a metabolite produced by our gut bacteria), meat and egg consumption and cardiovascular health.
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.
A new social media search tool could help public health experts reach more people struggling with substance abuse.
For this year’s Masters of Public Health cohort, the backdrop of the pandemic is presenting unique opportunities for learning and analysis.
MRIs show subtle changes in the brains of patients with early-onset dementia, a finding that could lead to treatments for emotional processing deficits.
Taking home-grown research to the international market