Like a small airport trying to handle too much air traffic, parts of the brain not meant to process language are trying to perform this complex job in patients with psychosis.
By using re-engineered cancer cells to deliver treatment to tumour sites, a team at Schulich Medicine & Dentistry is rethinking cell therapy
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.
An under-used knee operation could supplant more major surgery for people in early stages of osteoarthritis.
Ting-Yim Lee’s imaging software is an example of cutting-edge technology applied to improving health care.
Forty medical students have teamed up with seniors in a new program to reduce social isolation.
Mental health stigma exists at individual and structural levels – and that affects health care.
As the pandemic wears on, a unique program at Schulich Medicine & Dentistry builds resiliency with mutual support.
Neurofeedback can reduce symptoms and lead to remission in PTSD patients.
The uncertainty about when it’s best to resume schoolkids’ in-person learning could be clarified by conducting randomized trials.
Study shows some patients visit emergency rooms less often when their doctors receive after-hours work incentives.
A team of Western researchers has developed a simple test – faster and more accurate than any approved thus far in Canada – to determine who has developed COVID-19 antibodies.
Research shows teen girls with sleep problems are especially prone to anxiety and depression.
A lighting system, designed by Western alumni and tested by ImPaKT researchers, can decontaminate high-touch surfaces.
Study shows the measles virus can potentially compromise the body’s ability to fight other infections.
Every faculty at Western brought some new research insight to the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic.
Ganathyashan Chelliahpillai and Varunaavee Sivashanmugathas create stroke rehabilitation kits to mitigate the loss of in-person programs.
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.
The Trans PULSE Canada survey shows many trans and non-binary Canadians avoid seeking health care because of a fear of discrimination.