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Dr. Madhuri Koti awarded 2019 Mihran and Mary Basmajian Award for Excellence in Health Research

Dr. Madhuri Koti is this year’s recipient of the Mihran and Mary Basmajian Award for Excellence in Health Research. Established by Dr. John V. Basmajian in memory of his parents, this award recognizes early career faculty members who have made the most outstanding contribution to health research over the past several years.

Stephen Scott's robot is changing what we know about the brain
Dr. Stephen Scott has created technology that is expanding our understanding of the complex neurological functions that lie behind voluntary movement.
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.

Dr. Zongchao Jia Wins Award from Canada Foundation for Innovation

Dr. Zongchao Jia, Professor and Canada Research Chair in Structural Biology of the Department of Biomedical and Molecular Sciences, has won a John R. Evans Leaders Fund (JELF) award from the Canada Foundation for Innovation. His project, "An Enhanced Protein Preparation and Structure-Function Characterization Facility," was approved in full for $112,000. 

Community Open House at the Museum of Human Anatomy

You are invited to a behind-the-scenes look at our world-class educational anatomy facility to learn how health professionals and other students learn about the structures of the human body.

We will be offering a limited number of free tours during which you will be given the opportunity to view our Museum of Human Anatomy and learn about the critical contribution that the Human Body Donor Program makes to education and research at Queen’s University.

Tours will be booked on a first-come first-served basis (maximum 12 per time slot).

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