In Nova Scotia alone, 670 men are diagnosed with prostate cancer every year. In 2018, Dalhousie scientist and Dalhousie Medical Research Foundation (DMRF)-supported researcher Dr. Gabriela Ilie initiated and launched the wildly successful and highly-endorsed Prostate Cancer – Patient Empowerment Program (PC-PEP)
Dal News asked Drs. David Kelvin and Chris Richardson, both professors in Dal’s Department of Microbiology and Immunology, about this new — and potentially more infectious variant — and what it might mean in the ongoing effort to control COVID-19.
Dalhousie University STEM researchers took centre stage last night at the 19th annual Discovery Awards hosted virtually by Halifax’s Discovery Centre. The awards, co-presented by Dalhousie and Saint Mary’s University, celebrated outstanding innovators who make Nova Scotia a leader in scientific discovery.
Studies show an overwhelming increase in violence against women related to the pressures of the pandemic, reflected in a dramatic uptick in reports to police, calls to domestic abuse hotlines, demand for women’s shelters and visits to hospital.
A group of scholars and researchers co-led by a Dalhousie professor has joined forces in an effort to re-shape medical and health education in Canada to better reflect the impacts of anti-Black racism on the delivery of care for African Nova Scotians and Black people.
This October, as part of Women's History Month in Canada, learn more about Jeanette Boudreau, an assistant professor in the Department of Microbiology and Immunology and Department of Pathology in the Faculty of Medicine.
The Dalhousie Medical Alumni Association has announced the recipients of its 2021 DMAA Alumni Awards — nine deserving members of the alumni community, who will be honoured at a virtual ceremony on November 25.
Two leading researchers at Dalhousie have been inducted as Fellows into the Canadian Academy of Health Sciences (CAHS), one of the highest honours for members of the country’s health sciences community. Dr. Christine Chambers and Dr. Gail Tomblin Murphy are being recognized for their significant contributions to health policy and the promotion of health science.