Dalhousie is the first Atlantic Canadian university that is home to one of the Canadian Institutes of Health Research's (CIHR) 13 specialized research institutes. The grand opening of the Institute of Genetics was held in Dalhousie Medical School's Tupper Building lobby.
Public health physician Dr. Gaynor Watson-Creed is poised to play a much bigger role in promoting and protecting health in the Maritimes, as Dalhousie Medical School’s first assistant dean in a brand new portfolio, “serving and engaging society.”
Drs. McCormick and Di Cara are part of a large collaborative of more than 30 Dalhousie Medical School researchers who will benefit from this year’s Dalhousie Medical Research Foundation Molly Appeal funding to purchase the ImageStreamX Mark II. These researchers are working together to understand the mechanisms of cancer, infectious diseases, inflammation and autoimmune disease, and how the immune system can be primed to fight disease better.
Four faculty members from Dalhousie Medical School's Department of Psychiatry were recently honoured by the Canadian Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry (CACAP). Dr. Lukas Propper, Dr. Stan Kutcher, Dr. Sabina Abidi and Dr. Herbert Orlik were recognized during CACAP’s 38th Annual Scientific Conference.
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