Robarts Community eNewsletter

   ROBARTS COMMUNITY NEWSLETTER | FALL 2016

   Read the latest edition of the Robarts Community Newsletter.
   In this edition, we celebrate 30 years of innovative research, learn
   about an imaging technique that is changing the way chronic lung
   disease is understood, and check in with Marlys Koschinsky, PhD, as
   she marks one year as Scientific and Executive Director. Read More
 

   ROBARTS COMMUNITY NEWSLETTER | SPRING 2016

   Read the latest edition of the Robarts Community Newsletter.
   In this edition, we learn about the 2016 Leaders in Innovation
   Dinner and Public Forum, discover Marlys Koschinsky's shared
   vision for the Institute, and meet new Robarts scientists Tim
   Bussey, PhD, and Lisa Saksida, PhD. Read More
 

   ROBARTS COMMUNITY NEWSLETTER | FALL 2015

   Read the latest edition of the Robarts Community Newsletter.
   In this edition, we meet the new Scientific and Executive Director,
   Marlys L. Koschinsky, discover more about the J. Allyn Taylor
   International Prize in Medicine recipient and learn how the NHLPA
   is supporting groundbreaking concussion research. Read More
 

   ROBARTS COMMUNITY NEWSLETTER | SPRING 2015

   Read the latest edition of the Robarts Community Newsletter.
   In this edition, we meet the next generation of science researchers,
   celebrate Dr. Aaron Fenster's 51st patent on innovative imaging
   technology, and explore how Flávio Beraldo and Ashbeel Roy are
   bringing cutting-edge science to your fingertips. Read More
 

   ROBARTS COMMUNITY NEWSLETTER | FALL 2014

   Read the latest edition of the Robarts Community Newsletter.
   In this edition, we profile the 2014 J. Allyn Taylor International Prize in
   in Medicine recipients, explore the global impact of Dr. Robert Hegele's
   research and take a closer look at disease with new imaging methods.
   Read More
 

   ROBARTS COMMUNITY NEWSLETTER | SPRING 2014

   Read the inaugaral edition of the Robarts Community Newsletter.
   In this edition, we explore how Dr. Aaron Fenster and Dr. Ting-Yim Lee
   are having a global impact, and learn more about Dr. Michael Rieder's
   work on a new rapid test for food borne bacteria. Read More