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Research ranking places Western tops in Canada
Canada-wide study investigates 662 victims of domestic homicide since 2010
Alzheimer’s drug increases risk of muscle breakdown
Study eyes ‘silent’ stroke after surgery
Newly Published ROSacea COnsensus Expert Recommendations Encourage Dermatologists to Upweight
International collaboration develops model for forecasting ‘largest expected’ earthquakes
Model shakes up earthquakes forecasting
Left- and right-handers share similarities in brain when it comes to numbers
New Historic Sites and Monuments Board of Canada Member
Lost in translation: researchers discover translator gene may play a role in disease
Six Western projects earn CFI backing
Depression is single largest predictor of substance use during pregnancy
Fear of predators causes PTSD-like changes in brains of wild animals
Western’s first steps in getting Canada to Moon
Love connections at heart of unique study
Top lab to make an ImPaKT on pathogens
Study explores women’s literary links to gossip
New underwater research vehicle makes a splash
Get a sneak peek of new cutting-edge infectious diseases facility
Scientists map our underappreciated ‘little brain’
Western University develops first-of-its-kind task-based map of human cerebellum
New surgery method reduces transfusion need
Group calls on international community to prevent dementia by preventing stroke
CIHR Project Grants back 10 Western-led projects
150 year-old Hale notebook returns to Australia for landmark exhibition
Mathematician seeks solutions in symmetry
Researchers ID Cause and Potential Treatment for Deadly Inherited Arrhythmia
Researchers decipher history of supermassive black holes in early universe
Brain and Mind Institute study shows how fast human brains ‘see’ world
Scientists find potential way to defuse ‘time bomb’ of cardiology
Life on Mars was possible after last great meteorite impact nearly 4.5 billion years ago
Dissemination of Pathogenic Bacteria by University Students Cell Phones
Minister Rodriguez Announces Appointment of Quebec Regional Member to CRTC
Western’s Northern Tornadoes Project goes coast to coast to coast with new national scope
Researchers examine gender-based differences in physician burnout
New BrainsCAN research examines how diet and obesity can form memories