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Report details impact of academic and healthcare partnership

Report details impact of academic and healthcare partnership WE-Spark Health Institute has released a report detailing the impact of its first year of operation.

Heroes, or just doing our job? The impact of COVID-19 on registered nurses in a border city

Heroes, or just doing our job? The impact of COVID-19 on registered nurses in a border city Some nurses who live in Windsor, Ont. work at hospitals in Detroit, just across the Ambassador Bridge

Registry to bring together research studies and participants

Registry to bring together research studies and participants A new research registry brings studies and participants together in a central location.

COVID-19's 'uncharted territory'

COVID-19's 'uncharted territory' Windsor Regional has struck an academic and research committee, along with the local WE-SPARK Health Institute, to study COVID-19 treatment protocols.

Study seeking to identify barriers to health research

Study seeking to identify barriers to health research A survey on barriers to involvement in conducting health research is aimed at clinicians and researchers in Windsor-Essex.

U of W researchers developing microchip device to detect COVID-19

U of W researchers developing microchip device to detect COVID-19 Portable microchip device to detect COVID-19

NUCLEUS: Infrastructure Grant Assistance

NUCLEUS: Infrastructure Grant Assistance Identification of infrastructure for future grant competitions

$180,000 WE-SPARK Grant Call

$180,000 WE-SPARK Grant Call WE-Spark Health Institute is now accepting applications for funding to stimulate the development of early-stage, novel, and innovative health research and education projects in Windsor-Essex. The WE-Spark Igniting Discovery Grants will provide funding for applications that have any health research focus across all health themes: biomedical research; clinical research; implementation science; educational health programs; health services research; and social, cultural, environmental, and population health research. These projects may include studies related to emerging topics in health, addressing gaps, catalyzing new ideas, generating and disseminating knowledge, and sparking collaborations. “The objectives of these grants are far-ranging” said executive director Lisa Porter. “Not only will they generate interest and an eagerness in the Windsor-Essex health research environment, we believe these grants will result in practice changes, policy reform, create new knowledge, support…

St. Clair College research project shows promising results in fight against COVID-19

St. Clair College research project shows promising results in fight against COVID-19 A research project headed by St. Clair College data analytics professor John Ulakovich shows promising results in accurately forecasting the number of COVID-19 cases in Windsor-Essex.

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