The research of Dr. Shannon Kolind and Dr. Tamara Vanderwal will benefit from the 2020 Future Leaders in Canadian Brain Research award.
While mass fire activity can prove deadly, it can also highlight the resiliency of our local ecosystems.
Hamlin’s research, featured in the social relationships episode, looks at infant understanding of good and bad social interactions, particularly in terms of helping and harming.
The researchers found that red blood cells from some donors did not degrade in deformability as fast as red blood cells from other donors.
The researchers also looked at brain regions in relation to symptoms. Patients were asked to carry out tasks associated with different neural networks while their brains were scanned.
“We have been looking at different side effects with this class of antibiotics for actually a few years now,” said Etminan.