chronic diseases

Jacquelyn Cragg receives L’Oréal-UNESCO award for women in science

Jacquelyn Cragg receives L’Oréal-UNESCO award for women in science

Dr. Cragg, a neuro-epidemiologist, is only the third Canadian to ever win this prestigious award.

Kathleen Martin Ginis, the founding director of the newly-introduced Chronic Disease Prevention Program.

UBC launches program to advance chronic disease research

Based at UBC Okanagan, the interdisciplinary team will explore how physical activity and nutrition can affect various chronic conditions.

How peer support can offer long-term help for people with diabetes

How peer support can offer long-term help for people with diabetes

UBC Associate Professor Tricia Tang talks about her interest in diabetes research, the launch of the SPACE project and how peer support can help people living with diabetes.