With the launch of the inaugural Black Analysis Lecture Series on November 26th, Dr. OmiSoore Dryden, the James R. Johnston Chair in Black Canadian Studies, is taking a closer look at these health disparities and how they impact Black lives.
Earlier this year, Dr. Marshall was set to tackle some of the much needed research on those primary care wait-lists. But then—as was the case with so many things in our lives—the COVID-19 pandemic arrived and changed everything.
As the global threat of COVID-19 remains ever present, Canadian researchers are working tirelessly to better understand and combat the virus. Whether developing a vaccine, learning about how COVID-19 affects the body or studying how the pandemic has influenced every aspect of our lives, Canada’s researchers rely on cutting-edge research infrastructure to do their work.
For Dalhousie's Dr. Alyson Kelvin and her father Dr. David Kelvin, a passion for understanding, treating and preventing pandemics has put them at the forefront of international research on COVID-19 vaccines and bio-markers.
Again this year, the Dalhousie Mental Health Forum, a partnership between the DSU and Student Health and Wellness, will bring together those with an interest in mental health to share and inspire ideas to enhance our community.
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