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Two Robarts trainees presenting at Western's 3MT Final

After taking part in Schulich Medicine & Dentistry's 3MT (Three Minute Thesis) competition heat, two Robarts trainees will be mov... Read More

Collaborating to further advance new technologies

It may seem odd when Robarts scientists Lisa Saksida, PhD, and Tim Bussey, PhD, talk about rewarding their mice with strawberry milkshake... Read More

In the news: Striving to develop concussion treatment programs

For many, a concussion might seem quite black and white; a direct and damaging blow to the head. However, according to Dr. Arthur Brown o... Read More

In the news: Concussion research at Robarts

The groundbreaking concussion research underway at Robarts was recently highlighted in an article by the New York Daily News. The article... Read More

Collaborating to solve research questions

Four Robarts scientists have received research funding as a result of the recent Collaborative Research Seed Grants (CRSG) competition.... Read More

Andrew Pruszynski, PhD, named Canada Research Chair

Robarts scientist Andrew Pruszynski, PhD, was named the Tier 2 Canada Research Chair in Sensorimotor Neuroscience this month. Pru... Read More

Brown and Dekaban named Western newsmakers

Western News presents its fifth annual Newsmakers issue, a celebration of those who contributed to our campus conversation in the last ye... Read More

In the news: Dementia "biomarker" research

Robarts scientist Robert Bartha, PhD, is at the forefront of research into finding biomarkers to predict dementia at the earliest stages... Read More

In the news: Martin Short tours Robarts

Paula Foster, PhD, and Aaron Fenster, PhD, discuss their cancer imaging research with Martin Short as part of Leaders in Innovation ... Read More

In the news: Family history important for heart and stroke health

Dr. Robert Hegele discusses survey findings that half of Canadians with family histories of stroke or heart disease have not consulted th... Read More