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Health - Social Sciences - 10.11.2022
Suffering in silence: the cost and impact of domestic violence
UdeM professor Carolina Bottari is working to raise awareness about the impact of traumatic brain injury on women who are victims of domestic violence.

Linguistics / Literature - Social Sciences - 10.11.2022

Psychology - Pedagogy - 09.11.2022
Teaching children to tell the truth, plus other story ideas
Teaching children to tell the truth Teaching children how to be honest can potentially be as easy as teaching them to tie their shoelaces according to Victoria Talwar , from McGill's Department of Educational and Counselling Psychology.

Social Sciences - Event - 09.11.2022

Environment - Economics / Business - 09.11.2022

Environment - Campus - 09.11.2022

Psychology - Health - 09.11.2022
Support for Ukrainian refugees and caregivers of people with dementia
Mental health support for Ukrainian war refugees in Montreal Even though Ukrainian refugees arriving in Montreal have escaped their war-torn country, many still face considerable challenges - not the least of which are mental health issues.

Social Sciences - Campus - 08.11.2022
Violence on TV: the effects can stretch from age 3 into the teens
An UdeM study suggests that exposure to violent screen content in the preschool years is associated with a heightened risk of psychological and academic difficulties in adolescence.

Health - Campus - 08.11.2022
University of Toronto grad and her prof share a research history that spans provinces
University of Toronto grad and her prof share a research history that spans provinces
Julia Rickard was the very first student to join Amy Kirkham 's lab at the University of Toronto - and this week, she became the first student to graduate from it, too.

Social Sciences - 07.11.2022
University of Waterloo, Region partner to find innovative solutions to homelessness crisis
A new partnership between the University of Waterloo and the Region of Waterloo is responding to the issue of homelessness in the Region.

Health - Life Sciences - 07.11.2022
One in seven billion: First-in-the-world diagnosis a result of incredible teamwork
One in seven billion: First-in-the-world diagnosis a result of incredible teamwork
For the first couple years of his life growing up in Syria, Ebrahim Aldalati was, as he put it, "a regular baby.

Environment - Campus - 07.11.2022
Environmentally friendly 'biofoam' could address plastic pollution crisis
Environmentally friendly ’biofoam’ could address plastic pollution crisis
Science, Health & Technology Lou Corpuz-Bosshart UBC and Wet'suwet'en First Nation collaborate to create new packaging foam from wood waste A new biodegradable packing foam developed at UBC not only

Innovation - Health - 07.11.2022

Health - Innovation - 07.11.2022
A new model for innovation? How Elizabeth and Aled Edwards are driving an open science revolution
A new model for innovation? How Elizabeth and Aled Edwards are driving an open science revolution
When the COVID-19 pandemic struck, scientists, corporations and governments around the world scrambled to share research data and ideas to advance the understanding of the disease and produce life-saving vaccines and therapies in record time.

Social Sciences - 03.11.2022

Campus - Event - 03.11.2022

Social Sciences - 03.11.2022
What we think we like in a romantic partner - and what we actually prefer - don’t always match up: Study
Intelligent. Confident. Funny. Kind. If you've ever filled out an online dating profile, you have probably thought about the kind of qualities you find attractive in a partner.

Health - Economics / Business - 02.11.2022

Health - Innovation - 01.11.2022
Waterloo startup testing nanotechnology to reach better postoperative patient outcomes
Smart monitoring system is designed to help caregivers identify leaks, bleeds or potential infections early By Etta Di Leo University Relations Growing up, Youssef Helwa was fascinated by his mother's stories about the patients she cared for as a surgeon. Those conversations became the inspiration behind his company, FluidAI.

Health - Event - 01.11.2022

Architecture - 01.11.2022
Q and A with the experts: More Homes Built Faster Act, or Bill 23
The Ontario government has introduced sweeping new legislation aimed at building 1.5 million new homes by 2031.

Health - 31.10.2022
Genetic testing is important for women with breast cancer, expert says
For close to two decades Professor  Kelly Metcalfe , a senior scientist at Women's College Research Institute and associate dean of research at the University of Toronto's Lawrence S. Bloomberg Faculty of Nursing, has explored better treatment paths for women diagnosed with breast cancer - specifically those with the BRCA1 and BRCA2 genetic mutation.

Health - Life Sciences - 31.10.2022
A new research chair for dementia-causing diseases in children
Thanks to a large donation and the work of UdeM biochemist Alexey Pshezhetsky, the Elisa Linton Research Chair in Lysosomal Diseases will help treat Sanfilippo disease and similar genetic syndromes. Thanks to a generous donation by the Sanfilippo Children's Research Foundation and the work of CHU Sainte-Justine biochemist Alexey Pshezhetsky , a treatment is now within reach for what are now incurable diseases leading to dementia in children.