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How Does Local Research Enhance Radiation Therapy for Patients? - Kenneth Schneider, MD How Does Local Research Enhance Radiation Therapy for Patients? Click to read more.
Why is it important to embed college instructors in research? Resource support to foster student involvement is key. - John Freer, PhD Why is it important to embed college instructors in research? How does St. Clair College fit into the overall research landscape in Windsor-Essex? Click to read more.
Can Cancer Be Cured? Improving Cancer Treatment Options Through Local Research - Indryas Woldie, MD Can cancer be cured? How does research advance cancer treatment? Is clinical research happening in Windsor-Essex? Click to read more.
Why is psychology important in everyday lives? - Jennifer Voth, PhD Many think psychology is only for students, academics and therapists. But psychology is both a practical and theoretical topic that can be used in many ways and applied in all areas of life. Click to read more.
What exactly is data analytics? - John Ulakovich, BSc, CCSI COVID-19 has brought attention to the need for quick access to data and data analytics. What exactly is data analytics? Click to read more.
Who should get the vaccine and who should not? - Jessica K. Summerfield MD, BScN, CCFP Almost everyone should get the vaccine, with some exceptions. Click to read more.
How effective are the COVID-19 vaccines, and for how long? - Wassim Saad MD, FRCPC, FACP Is it possible for someone to get the vaccine but still get COVID? What is the length of time for immunity once someone is vaccinated? Click to read more.
COVID-19 Vaccines - The new variants. - Yufeng Tong, PhD I’ve heard about a new variant. What does this mean? Is it more dangerous? Is it more contagious? Will the vaccines work on the new variant? Click to read more.
COVID-19 Vaccines - What they are and how do they work? - Munir A. Rahim, PhD What are the two vaccines, and what are they made of? How do they work? What does mRNA mean, and how is it different than other types of vaccines? Click to read more.