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Dr. Marsha Campbell-Yeo (School of Nursing) has been recognized on the international stage for her groundbreaking research in neonatal care, and international collaborations to advance infant health. Earlier this month, Dr. Campbell-Yeo received an Honorary Doctorate from Örebro University in Sweden.
2023 Crossroads Interdisciplinary Health Research Conference welcomes hundreds of students from across Canada
Back in person after a Covid-induced hiatus, the Crossroads Interdisciplinary Health Research Conference offered undergraduate, graduate, and professional program students the chance to present their health research, and network with professionals from various disciplines.
Dr. Caitlin McArthur, Assistant Professor in the School of Physiotherapy, is co-author of a chapter in the new e-book, COVID-19, Frontline Responders and Mental Health: A Playbook for Delivering Resilient Public Health Systems Post-Pandemic by Jennifer A. Horney, University of Delaware.
After years spent working in conference rooms, personal offices, and via remote online formats, the SHaG team is excited to be working together in their new dedicated space in the Studley gym.
Honouring their military past: PhD in Health candidate helps veterans rediscover fun, identity through art
PhD in Health candidate Lynette Peters has established the Cerberus Helmet Project, designed to serve active and retired Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) veterans and public service personnel. Peters has a ceramics studio which provides no-cost access to creative expression through pottery and glaze lessons.
Bringing PrEP prescribing into community pharmacies: Dal Health professor leads first‑of‑its‑kind project in Canada
Dr. Kyle Wilby, Associate Professor in the College of Pharmacy, is leading the project PrEP-Rx - Pharmacist Prescribing of Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) for HIV (Human Immunodeficiency Virus) in Nova Scotia.
Brain tumour busting and blindness banishing: New Dalhousie health research gets a boost from CIHR Project grants
Tuesday, August 30, 2022
From killing brain cancer tumours with ultrasound-induced bubbles to curing blindness with bioengineered corneal tissue, Dalhousie researchers are set to pursue life-changing health innovations with $4.8 million in new Project Grants from the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR).