Western researcher leads collaborative project to document civil war memories.
From climate change to neuroscience, scope of Western research expertise grows
An innovative study shows the inert gas has potential to revolutionize the detection of lung ailments
Hellmuth Prizes recognize the impact of Ivey researcher in business sustainability and Schulich Medicine kidney scientist.
A report authored by Western alumni examines anti-Black racism through a public health lens.
Hormones triggered by chronic emotional and psychological stress impair the ability of the immune system’s ‘emergency responders’ to fight cancer.
Western engineer leads a study collecting wastewater samples from a number of strategic locations in London, Ont. and analyzed at Western’s ImPaKT Facility.
Western neuroscientists found improving planning can have a dramatic effect on the quality of performance and adjust ongoing behaviours.
Hockey becomes a rallying cry for fans’ improved fitness.
Western molecular virologist Stephen Barr looks back on the year as the world marks the anniversary of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Researchers’ assessments of gait variability identified Alzheimer’s disease with 70-per-cent accuracy.
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.
A combat surgeon and English professor emeritus are among several Western-connected Canadians to be celebrated with top national and provincial honours.
When David Zheng, a third-year medical student at Schulich Medicine & Dentistry, finished playing the last few notes of a Chopin piece over video chat, the woman on the other end of the call smiled. Zheng is leading a volunteer team bringing music to long-term care homes.
Transparency by pharmaceutical companies is one key to building trust and ensuring people agree to vaccination.
A first-ever health study of trans and non-binary Canadians of colour showed almost one-quarter of them experienced physical violence in the past five years.
Schulich Medicine & Dentistry researcher Janet Martin says new evidence about how to continue with safe surgery during the pandemic has led to the launch of a dedicated toolkit to guide hospitals in keeping elective surgery up and running safely.
Dr. Qingping Feng is tantalizingly close to learning whether the sepsis treatment he has worked on for more than two decades will ultimately help save millions of lives.
Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry professor Joseph Torchia is exploring new areas of genetics that could lead to new avenues for treatment.