The Dr. Gerald Niznick College of Dentistry’s undergraduate clinic looked different when it reopened to patients in early September.
The last time Manitoba’s First Nations communities saw widespread flu-like symptoms among their people, the outcome was grim. In 2009, the H1N1 influenza pandemic disproportionately affected Indigenous people, with higher rates of infection and over-representation among those needing hospitalization.
Two interdisciplinary research teams from the Rady Faculty of Health Sciences have received one-year grants from the Winnipeg Foundation Innovation Fund for cutting-edge projects that will advance research in the areas of brain disease and mother-infant health.
In January 2020, Helen Clark [MBA/03] was about to travel to New York as part of an international initiative to improve Winnipeg’s 911 system when she heard about a virus in China that would dominate her work for the year ahead.
Donna Scott [Dip.D.Hyg./82] was a Saskatchewan farm girl with a craving for adventure.