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Member news: May 2018
Pictured (left to right): Keith Cross, Chair Pacific Parkinson's Research Institute (PPRI), Dr. Matt Farrer, Bjorn Moller, PPRI Board Member, and Dale Parker, Past Chair, PPRI. Dr. Farrer gave the keynote address at the Porridge for Parkinson's event in West Vancouver on May 6. For more information on PPRI, visit www.pacificparkinsons.org, or connect with them on Facebook.
Dr. Jehannine Austin, Dr. Deborah Giaschi, and Dr. Claudia Krebs recieved Killam Teaching Prizes. The Killam Teaching Prize is awarded annually to faculty nominated by students, colleagues and alumni in recognition of excellence in teaching. Shunya Yagi (PI: Dr. Liisa Galea) was awarded a Killam Doctoral Scholarship.
Dr. Anthony Traboulsee, Dr. Teresa Liu-Ambrose, and Dr. Erin Michalak were recently celebrated for their promotions to professor at the 2018 Academic Gowns and Emeriti Recognition Ceremony.
Thanks Dr. Tim Murphy for showing us how brain imaging in mice can become more high throughput if you image in the home cage! Great progress in imaging mesoscale brain activity is clearly on the horizon. @DMCBrainHealth @CAN_ACN #CAN2018 pic.twitter.com/hRqDcIrBlj— Ariel K. Frame (@arielframe) May 15, 2018
Fascinating talk by— I.B.A.N.G.S (@IBANGStweets) May 20, 2018
Functional Variomics Group: Precise structure-function analysis of ASD associated gene variants in PTEN using targeted CRISPR gene replacement in Caenorhabditis elegans #ibangs2018 pic.twitter.com/QoE58b5qM3
- Three-minute treatment gives hope for treatment-resistant depression (April 26, DMCBH News)
- Infection Risk With Second-Generation Disease-Modifying Treatments in MS (May 1, Neurology Advisor)
- Fetal Alcohol Syndrom sometimes misdiagnosed and under-reported due to stigmas around drinking (May 1, VCHRI News)
- Advocating for early career researchers (May 1, ecrLife blog)
- Ask our experts: What do you wish people knew about clinical trials? (May 2, VCHRI News)
- Magnetic pulses shown to successfully treat depression, UBC study finds — so why isn’t the procedure covered? (May 4, The Star Vancouver)
- Prestigious Killam Prize awarded to Dr. Janet F. Werker (May 8, UBC Psycholgy News)
- Study of antidepressants taken by pregnant moms shows benefits to 12-year-old children (May 7, Vancouver Sun)
- New online resource seeks to prevent sports injuries (May 11, UBC Medicine News)
- 2018 B.C. Tech Summit features 3D printed neural tissue that could fight brain diseases (May 13, CBC News)
- Initiative links academia, private sector to drive innovation (May 16, Business in Vancouver)
- Understanding our patients’ experiences to provide meaningful care: Q&A with Dr. Julie Robillard (May 17, BCCHR News)
- Dr. LP Bernier speaks on new stroke research (May 18, The Early Edition, 1:22)
- UBC prof nabs 100k prize for toddler language research (May 21, Vancouver Courier)
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