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MicroscopeBridging the gap between bench and bedsideJuly 28, 2015UBC's Clinician Investigator Program helps build the next generation of physician-scientists. Read More

Dr. Eiman Zargaran_FeatureTrauma surveillance goes mobileJuly 28, 2015UBC general surgery resident Eiman Zargaran helps develop an app to support low-resource trauma centres around the world. Read More

Matthew Farrer_homepageRemoving the unknowns from “unknown cause epilepsy”July 27, 2015A $100,000 gift from the Alva Foundation helps Matthew Farrer and colleagues identify the cause of seizures in some children. Read More

Senior woman walkingAerobic exercise is as good for the older brain as it is for the bodyJuly 23, 2015An hour of aerobic exercise may be more potent than any pill to reduce older adults’ risk of cognitive decline due to mini-strokes, according to research by Teresa Liu-Ambrose. Read More

Angeli RawatIntegrated health care model transforms HIV treatment in South AfricaJuly 21, 2015According to Angeli Rawat, recent PhD recipient, School of Population and Public Health, providing HIV care at local health clinics in South Africa has led to a massive increase in the number of people there receiving vital HIV treatment. Read More

Dr. M-J MilloyWhat is HIV Treatment as Prevention?July 20, 2015What is HIV treatment as prevention? UBC Dr. M-J Milloy, Assistant Professor, Department of Medicine explains. Read More

Evan WoodWorld’s top HIV/AIDS researchers converge on VancouverJuly 16, 2015UBC Professor Evan Wood will address a plenary session of the 8th International AIDS Society Conference on HIV Pathogenesis, Treatment and Prevention. Read More

New faculty triptychThe Faculty of Medicine’s newest facultyJuly 13, 2015A brief introduction to the latest recruits to UBC's Faculty of Medicine. Read More

SMP students examining patients_homepageA shifting landscapeJuly 13, 2015Health care in B.C.'s Interior is transformed by the expansion of medical education and residency programs to the region. Read More

Benard and isotopesA nuclear medicine meltdown avertedJuly 13, 2015A five-year effort by UBC and TRIUMF demonstrates that cyclotrons can meet Canada's urgent need for medical isotopes. Read More