Six psychology and neuroscience researchers are part of the 57 total Dalhousie University researchers to be announced as recipients of over $8 million in funding from the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council’s (NSERC) Discovery Grants.
Proud to celebrate our latest cohort of Dal Science grads. Their accomplishments are impressive and outline their dedication to the pursuit of knowledge. Read stories of exceptional students who represent a small portion of this year's amazing Science grads.
Egg donors, sperm donors and surrogates are critical participants and patients in the use of reproductive technologies - so why are their rights and health repeatedly overlooked? Dalhousie's Françoise Baylis and co-author Alana Cattapan discuss the issues.
Earlier this month, experts from around the world came to Halifax for the second International Conference on End of Life Law, Ethics and Practice, exploring the complicated legal, health and moral issues surrounding the topic. The conference was co-hosted by Dal's Health Law Institute.
Dr. Penny Corkum's research has led to an innovative new eHealth professional development program for teachers, one that provides evidence-based interventions to students with mental health disorders in the classroom setting.
Three Dal students behind a project to help women in developing countries start enterprises in prosthetic limbs production will compete against 10 teams from five countries in the upcoming International World's Challenge Challenge competition in May.