Recent News

In the news: Next generation of MRI scanners

Robarts scientist Blaine Chronik, PhD, discusses the next generation of smaller and less expensive MRIs via ... Read More

In the news: New measures for acetaminophen use

Robarts scientist Dr. Michael Rieder is supportive of Health Canada's recent action to minimize the dangers of acetaminophen use. Con... Read More

2015 Taylor Prize recipient announced

Robarts Research Institute awards the J. Allyn Taylor International Prize in Medicine to renowned cancer imaging researcher from... Read More

Lung imaging could improve treatment of COPD

Robarts researcher Grace Parraga, PhD, has co-authored a study highlighting the importance of lung imaging for patients with mild-to-mode... Read More

Robert Bartha, PhD, appointed Acting Chair

I am pleased to announce that Dr. Robert Bartha, PhD, has been appointed as Acting Chair, Department of Medical Biophysics, Schulich Scho... Read More

Ian Cunningham named Fellow of COMP

Ian Cunningham, PhD, has been named a Fellow of the Canadian Organization of Medical Physicists (COMP). This honour recognizes si... Read More

Funding for research excellence

Robarts researchers Maria Drangova, PhD, David Holdsworth, PhD, and Terry Peters, PhD, have received funding from the Government of Ontar... Read More

Ravi Menon, PhD, recognized for lifetime achievements

For 30 years, Western University’s Ravi Menon, PhD, has paved the way for key developments in the field of brain imaging research &... Read More

In the news: Health Canada approves colitis medication

Canadians with ulcerative colitis may soon gain access to promising medication that came about thanks to Robarts scientist Dr. Brian Feag... Read More

In the news: Medical innovation in London

The London Free Press reports on the economic benefit of medical innovation in London, naming Robarts Research Institute as a key local c... Read More