Kerry Clifton, a 2015 recipient of a CAHR/CIHR Masters Research Award, grew up in South Africa and saw how HIV can affect both individuals and societies. She has carried with ... Open Post
Their investigations cover all aspects of health, from cellular communications, HIV prevention, to health care economics. To learn more about CAHR funded students and how their research is contributing to improved health and care, please read the researcher profiles below.
Kyle Runeckles, MSc student at the Ontario Veterinary College, University of Guelph, has a wealth of information on his hands. As a follow-up to the Long form National Census survey ... Open Post
Xiaomei (Tallie) Kuang, a Masters student from Simon Fraser University, is exploring how to eliminate a “sleeping virus”. In a person living with HIV, highly active anti-retroviral therapy (HAART) is ... Open Post
The South Asian community in Canada has grown— people of Indian, Pakistani, Bangladeshi, Sri Lankan and Nepali descent now represent the majority of visible minorities in Canada. Yet, little research ... Open Post
Imagine that staple of primary education, a Venn diagram. In one circle is the issue of post-conflict violence – what happens after a long war ends. In the other circle ... Open Post
Most people are familiar with clinical ethics, which have to do with individual interactions, usually between a health-care professional and a patient. Population health ethics is a little more unfamiliar. ... Open Post
Think “basic science” and what comes to mind? Labs, white coats, painstaking analysis of extremely small cellular samples. For Courtney Bell, however, conducting basic science has immersed her firmly in ... Open Post