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First Annual Employee Engagement Event

Guest blog by Andrew Willson, Senior Communications Officer, Queen's University Faculty of Health Sciences.

Two FHS Graduate Students Receive Frederick Banting and Charles Best Canada Graduate Scholarships

Yining Chen and Kyle Vader, two graduate students in the Queen's Faculty of Health Sciences, have received Frederick Banting and Charles Best Canada Graduate Scholarships Doctoral Awards to support their research and education.

ICES Queen's Science Day: June 15, 2018 at The University Club

Come to ICES Queen's Science Day to hear presentations by a range of ICES's health scientists. There will also be a featured panel discussion titled "Mental Health Research: Through the Looking Glass." 

Registration for the event is free, and it includes a networking lunch. ICES Queen's Science Day is Friday, June 15 from 9:30 am to 3:00 pm at the University Club at Queen's, 168 Stuart Street. 

RSVP to ICES QueensAdmin@ices.on.ca

Dr. Stephen Scott Wins Grant from The Ontario Research Fund -- Research Excellence Program

Dr. Stephen H. Scott, of the Queen's Department of Biomedical and Molecular Sciences, has recently earned a grant from the Ontario Research Fund -- Research Excellence. He is receiving $3,999,999 to pursue work on his project, "Translating knowledge on brain function into next generation technologies for neurological assessment." This project uses robotic, eye-tracking and other advanced technologies and the expertise of several Ontario-based companies to unravel how the brain participates in sensory, motor and cognitive functions and how neurological disorders impact these processes.

Value-Based Healthcare through Collaboration

Guest blog by Dr. Seth Chitayat, Director, Health Research Partnerships at Queen's University, Faculty of Health Sciences

Queen's Medical Student Madeline Lemke Wins SAGES Summer Research Award

Madeline Lemke, a second-year medical student at Queen's, has recently won a Medical Student Summer Research Award from the Society of American Gastrointestinal and Endoscopic Surgeons (SAGES). From SAGES, Madeline will receive $2,000 to pursue a research project investigating suturing in undergraduate medical education.

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