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Sultan Darvesh: Revolutionary researcher

Sultan Darvesh: Revolutionary researcher

Sultan Darvesh (MD'88), Dal neurologist, is a leader in the global efforts to develop a definitive test for Alzheimer’s disease during life.  Read more.

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Sylvain Charlebois
Wednesday, January 17, 2018
In the latest contribution to The Conversation from Dal researchers, Sylvain Charlebois (Faculty of Management) argues against taxing a food product like meat and that the market should evolve and allow consumers to make their own choices.
Dawn Morrison
Friday, December 15, 2017
The award-winning programs created by Dal researchers David Gardner and Andrea Murphy are changing perceptions about the community pharmacy.
Nicole Maunsell
Wednesday, December 13, 2017
The newly released Canada’s Food Price Report — built on the expertise of authors from five Dal faculties, led by Dean of Management Sylvain Charlebois — says food price increases are expected to be modest in most categories in 2018, but spending on vegetables and food in restaurants will significantly increase.

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Sylvain Charlebois
Wednesday, December 20, 2017
In a piece for The Conversation, food researcher Sylvain Charlebois looks at how climate change could severely affect coffee production over the next 80 years.
Margot Brunelle
Monday, December 18, 2017
A new company launched by pain specialists and scientists at Dalhousie Medical School are developing non-addictive pain-relief products containing cannabinoids and similar compounds found in cannabis and other plants.
Dawn Morrison
Friday, December 15, 2017
The award-winning programs created by Dal researchers David Gardner and Andrea Murphy are changing perceptions about the community pharmacy.
Michele Charlton
Thursday, December 14, 2017
Peteris Ustubs, the European Union Ambassador to Canada, was on campus last month for a talk sponsored by Dalhousie's Jean Monnet European Union Centre of Excellence.
Nicole Maunsell
Wednesday, December 13, 2017
The newly released Canada’s Food Price Report — built on the expertise of authors from five Dal faculties, led by Dean of Management Sylvain Charlebois — says food price increases are expected to be modest in most categories in 2018, but spending on vegetables and food in restaurants will significantly increase.