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Alison Auld  –  News
Tuesday, November 22, 2022
In early 2020, Eric Pringle and Brett Duguay found themselves spending much of their time in their microbiology lab on the seventh floor of Dal's Tupper Building. The virologists were busy testing potential antivirals for common cold coronaviruses and were seeing promising results.
Elizabeth Conrad  –  News
Friday, November 18, 2022
The Dalhousie Medical Alumni Association has announced the recipients of its 2022 DMAA Alumni Recognition Awards — six deserving members of the alumni community, who will be honoured at a dinner on November 25, 2022.
Andrew Riley  –  News
Wednesday, November 16, 2022
The Government of Canada announced new funding Wednesday that will empower Dalhousie researchers to take global leadership in migration and immunology scholarship and to explore emerging ideas that promise to generate the discoveries of tomorrow.
Alison DeLory  –  News
Thursday, November 10, 2022
Eighty years ago, a young fighter pilot named George Urquhart Hill from Pictou, N.S. — who, after the war, would study medicine at Dalhousie — made a name for himself in the Battle of Dieppe.
Alison Auld  –  News
Tuesday, November 8, 2022
In late March 2022, Dr. David Kelvin was in Kigali, Rwanda, preparing to give the keynote address at a conference on how to best use science and technology to mitigate challenges linked to the COVID-19 pandemic. His talk would focus on vaccines and the future for developing countries using the pandemic as a case study.
Kate Rogers  –  News
Monday, October 24, 2022
Becoming a doctor at Dalhousie looks a bit different in 2022 than it did in years past. The changes, which were evident during orientation week in August, stem from a multi-year review and refresh of the undergraduate curriculum.
Stefanie Wilson  –  News
Friday, October 7, 2022
Macleans Magazine releases their annual university rankings
Kate Rogers  –  News
Wednesday, September 7, 2022
Developed more than 15 years ago, the Parent Tot program sees medical students in their second year of training, and both nursing students, and audiology and speech-language pathology students in their first year of training, complete mandatory appointment-style sessions with a parent or guardian and their child, in a simulated clinical setting.
Andrew Riley  –  News
Tuesday, September 6, 2022
Today (Sept. 6, 2022) the Royal Society of Canada added five world-class researchers from Dalhousie to its ranks in recognition of their outstanding scholarly, scientific and artistic achievements. This includes three Fellows and two new Members of the College of New Scholars, Artists and Scientists.
Andrew Riley  –  News
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).
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