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Corey Baron receives Petro-Canada Young Innovator

  July 4, 2018 – Congratulations to Robarts scientist Corey Baron, PhD, on receiving a 2018 Petro-Canada Young Innovator Award. Baron, an assistant professor with the Department of Medical Biophysics, is developing multidimensional imaging biomarkers for ultra-high field magnetic resonance

Lindros to Western grads: ‘Never stop trying to be great’

It was to the Forest City where Eric Lindros – the hockey star who received an honorary doctor of laws degree Monday during Western University’s 311th convocation – retreated during the National Hockey League lockout of 1994. With 12 other

Brain folds key to diagnosing psychosis early, Western study finds

From the London Free Press The brain’s outer folds and ridges can be a road map for researchers trying to diagnose which patients are at the highest risk of psychosis later in life, a new Western University study says. By

Western study rules out one treatment pathway for Alzheimer’s

From the London Free Press A Western University study is ruling out one possible treatment pathway in the push to develop drugs for Alzheimer’s disease and dementia – a move that might steer future research in a different direction. A