Daily Media Digest September 29, 2021

Livestock research a high priority for VIDO – Canadian Cattlemen
Canadian Cattlemen
“Livestock research a high priority for VIDO. COVID has highlighted the need to connect human and animal health, and for resources to address pandemics in either …”
TAGS: COVID-19, pandemic, innovative research, human and animal health, VIDO-InterVac, University of Saskatchewan

World’s Best Specialized Hospitals 2022
“As part of Newsweek’s long standing commitment to cover all aspects of health, we’ve again partnered with global research firm Statista to rank the world’s best specialized hospitals.”
TAGS: health, specialized hospitals, global research, SickKids Hospital

Q&A With Dr. Jonathan Bramson — Thoughts on Future of Immunotherapy
Health Insights
“Dr. Jonathan Bramson, Vice Dean Research and Professor of Medicine for the Faculty of Health Sciences at McMaster University discusses his current research and the potential of innovative immunotherapy treatments for cancer patients.”
TAGS: immunotherapy, innovative research, cancer, cancer treatment, McMaster University

New Record: 80 Grants to Outsmart Cancer
Cancer Research Society
“This year, the Cancer Research Society (the Society) will award 80 research grants valued at $9.6 million dollars; a new record for the organization! These grants are awarded to some of the most promising cancer research projects in Canada.”
TAGS: cancer, grant competition, funding, Cancer Research Society

Females more likely to report depressive symptoms than males in late life – News Medical
“Simon Fraser University researcher John Best and his team looked at data from the Canadian Longitudinal Study on Aging (CLSA) – a long-term study that …”
TAGS: mental health, women’s health, depression, Simon Fraser University

SPH researcher helps maternal-child health program serving Indigenous families identify …

USask News
“A PhD project in the University of Saskatchewan’s (USask) School of Public Health (SPH) has identified ways the already-strong KidsFirst North program in …”
TAGS: community health, Indigenous health, maternal-child health, University of Saskatchewan