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Elissa Barnard  –  Research, News
Monday, May 14, 2018
Associate professor in the Department of Community Health & Epidemiology at Dalhousie Medical School Dr. Bradley Johnston, recently found that certain multi-species probiotics reduce the odds of C. difficile infection by about two-thirds.
Jane Greenlaw  –  Research, News, Funding
Friday, April 13, 2018
Dalhousie Medical Research Foundation is launching a new spring Molly Appeal to raise funds for a vital piece of equipment
Michele Charlton, Niecole Comeau and Jennifer Lewandowski  –  Research, News, Funding
Wednesday, April 11, 2018
Five researchers from Dalhousie are receiving new funding to acquire the cutting-edge tools needed to conduct world-class research through the Canada Foundation for Innovation's John R. Evans Leaders Fund.
Elissa Barnard  –  Research, News, Funding
Tuesday, April 10, 2018
A Dalhousie Medical School cancer immunologist has received a rare five-year operating grant.
Elissa Barnard  –  Research, News
Tuesday, March 6, 2018
A cross-Canada study led by Dalhousie Medical School researchers has proven that Aspirin is as effective as rivaroxaban in preventing blood clots after hip and knee replacement surgery — a finding which could mean substantial cost savings for patients.
Melanie Jollymore  –  Research, News, Funding
Monday, February 12, 2018
Researchers at Dalhousie Medical School and the Nova Scotia Health Authority secured $7.7 million in the latest Canadian Institutes of Health Research project competition.
Michele Charlton  –  Research, News
Tuesday, January 30, 2018
Research happening at Dalhousie Medical School is improving health care and helping people in the Maritimes and beyond be healthier. We take a look behind the scenes at what’s happening in the Faculty of Medicine.
Erinor Jacob-Levine  –  Research, News
Tuesday, January 30, 2018
Dr Anil Adisesh is working with colleagues around the Maritimes and in BC to determine if there is a link between toxic metals and prostate cancer using people’s toenail clippings.
Erinor Jacob  –  Research
Tuesday, November 6, 2012
New to the Maritimes and the Faculty of Medicine, Dr. Keith Brunt is helping to build Dalhousie’s research program in New Brunswick. Dr. Brunt’s area of focus is translational cardiovascular medicine. Translational medicine is a two-way exchange between scientists and clinicians to improve healthcare for patients.
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