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One-on-One with Lori Brotto

One-on-One with Lori Brotto

Together with her team, Dr. Brotto is helping to chart a new course for women’s health research.

Protein switch identified in connection with disability progression in MS

Protein switch identified in connection with disability progression in MS

Dr. Jacqueline Quandt and her team have identified a neuroprotective protein that may act as a switch between disease progression and processes of repair in MS.

Closing the distance

Closing the distance

Surgeons with UBC’s Southern Medical Program are saving time, expenses and travel risk for patients in remote communities by practising telemedicine.

Lakshmi Yatham appointed Head, Department of Psychiatry

Lakshmi Yatham appointed Head, Department of Psychiatry

In this role, Dr. Yatham will provide strategic leadership to the Department to foster excellence and innovation in education, research and health care.

Three faculty members receive CAME Certificate of Merit Award

Three faculty members receive CAME Certificate of Merit Award

Three members named recipients of the 2019 Certificate of Merit Award by the Canadian Association for Medical Education.

UBC program teaches kids how to navigate health information online

UBC program teaches kids how to navigate health information online

Learning for Life aims to encourage kids’ healthy pursuits and reduce their risk of developing chronic diseases.

Study unites Canadian MS researchers in a longitudinal next-generation research initiative

Study unites Canadian MS researchers in a longitudinal next-generation research initiative

The next generation of MS researchers is working on a longitudinal study to understand how and why MS progresses differently in different individuals.

Dr. Peter Jepson-Young (second from left) and Dr. Deborah Money, Executive Vice Dean for the UBC Faculty of Medicine, (second from right) celebrate their graduation from UBC medical school. (Courtesy Dr. Peter AIDS Foundation)

Leading a life of purpose

On the 30th anniversary of World AIDS Day, Dr. Peter’s legacy continues to inspire inclusion and patient care.

Bringing a new cancer drug to market

Bringing a new cancer drug to market

Two decades ago, Poul Sorensen made a discovery that would lead to the development of a cancer drug that shrinks many different kinds of tumours.

Using the senses

Using the senses

Aman Rangi’s research is adding to the evidence supporting the use of sensory modulation rooms in acute healthcare settings.