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A. William, Austin & Amos Friend Memorial Visiting Professorship Lecture

Medical and Policy Perspectives on Adolescent’s Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights in Sub-Saharan Africa.
Tuesday, May 8th: 12:30pm-1:30pm
New Medical Building Main Floor Lecture Hall

Dr. Martin Ayanore (BSc, PGDE, IEMBA, MPhil, PhD)
Lecturer, University of Health and Allied Sciences, Ghana

The Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Scholarship for Excellence in International Community Based Rehabilitation at Queen’s University

http://rehab.queensu.ca/icacbr/call-for-applications

The School of Rehabilitation Therapy’s International Centre for the Advancement of Community-Based Rehabilitation (ICACBR) at Queen’s University (Canada) is providing the opportunity for exceptional disability and rehabilitation leaders to complete a PhD in Rehabilitation Science (RHBS) at Queen’s, with a specialization on international community-based rehabilitation (CBR). 

Pediatric Oncology Group of Ontario in search of race team captains

Are you a runner (or an aspiring one) working towards reaching your personal best? Are you looking for motivation to live a healthier, more active lifestyle? Are you hoping to connect with like-minded individuals from throughout Ontario?

A Bold Investment in Queen’s Researchers

This fall, the Office of the Vice-Principal (Research) announced that it would be launching a new set of internal awards to support research here at Queen’s. They are called the Queen’s Research Opportunities Funds (QROFs), and they represent a historic level of funding given out by Queen’s: $1 million in the first competition. I am pleased to share with you that the first round of funding has been announced, and among the list of outstanding recipients, nine are members of the Faculty of Health Sciences.

Queen’s Research Unit Gets New Identity

We are extremely proud of our research accomplishments at Queen’s. And without a doubt, one of the units we are most proud of is our internationally renowned group dedicated to clinical trails in cancer. Known for the last thirty-six years as the NCIC Clinical Trials Group, this outstanding center, today, takes on a new name, the Canadian Clinical Trials Group, Groupe Canadien des Essais sur le Cancer.

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