Daily Media Digest September 18, 2017

MetroNews Canada
“While 85 health sciences grad students got the scholarships in 2015, only 29 got … So funding students is key, not only from the innovation that they’re …”
TAGS: U of A, cut in funds, Innovation


Digital Journal
“There is currently no cure for Alzheimer’s disease, a condition that affects some 50 million people worldwide. The rate of the disease is expected to …”
TAGS: science, Alzheimer’s


Brantford Expositor
“Recently, the centre became an associate member of March of Dimes Canada, which provides resources for the stroke recovery group and online …”
TAGS: March of Dimes, stroke, ARTC


Markets Insider
“The study was supported by the Medical Psychiatry Alliance (MPA), a unique … The Hospital for Sick Children, Trillium Health Partners and the University of … The Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) is Canada’s largest …”
TAGS: schizophrenia, CAMH, ICES, Study


National Post
“… harmful or deadly,” said the study’s lead author, Paul Andrews, an evolutionary biologist and associate professor at Hamilton’s McMaster University.”
TAGS: antidepressants, risk of death


“While it’s not entirely clear what lies behind Sanofi Pasteur’s decision, it is worrisome, suggesting that a deeper problem is at play and highlighting one …”
TAGS: zika vaccine, sanofi


The Sudbury Star
“Laurentian University’s ground-breaking M-CROSH mobile research laboratory is hitting the road in the pursuit of better workplace health and safety.”
TAGS: mobile research lab, CROSH


“The landscape of mental health research is becoming increasingly digital. Clinicians are trying to bridge mental health research with artificial …”
TAGS: CAMH, Krembil Centre


The Gateway Online
“For his research, Campbell was selected from more than six hundred candidates to receive the Canadian Institutes of Health Research Foundation …”
TAGS: protein Research, see memories, brain research


Times Colonist
“However, Hilary Young, an associate professor at the University of New Brunswick’s Faculty of Law, argued against the practice during a presentation …”
TAGS: Dr. Kenneth Rockwood, euthanasia debate


“People live in neighbourhoods and the history of health care, certainly in the city and in the province, is each neighbourhood needed to have a …”
TAGS: Brian Postl, Winnipeg Regional Health Authority, healthcare overhaul


“2017 Discovery Grants program awards half a billion to Canadian scientists and … More than $52 million went to University of Toronto researchers through the … success rates for researchers applying for National Institute of Health grants in …”
TAGS: discovery grants program, Canadian Universities, U of T Researcher


The Globe and Mail
“The Public Health Agency of Canada said transitional funding was provided to … Women had to fight for their place at the table for funding and research, and …”
TAGS: HIV centre, women, funding cuts