The University of Winnipeg's Research Office has expanded its team and moved into a new space in the Richardson College for the Environment and Science.
Stories about research and innovation taking place on and off campus.
UWinnipeg biochemistry student Navjot Kaur Rai has been awarded a $2,000 American Society of Pharmacognosy Award to undertake research in Dr. Athar Ata's lab next summer.
Shining star and Métis computer science student Sidney Leggett's research has resulted in the Automation of the COVID-19 Unintended Outcomes Report written for the Government of Manitoba.
A team of UWinnipegger's, including six undergraduate students, two graduate, and two Post Doctoral Fellows led by UWinnipeg's Dr. Alan Diduck publish a book.
UWinnipeg's Dr. Anuraag Shrivastav has created a novel blood test that, according to early studies, detects precancerous lesions and colorectal cancer more effectively than other current screening tests. His goal is to reduce the mortality rate of this cancer, which, if detected early, if very preventable.
Thanks to a $2.5 million Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council Partnership Grant and a diverse and knowledgeable network of community partners, Dr. Julie Nagam's vision of creating a supportive mentorship network that allows Indigenous people to thrive and lead is coming to life.
Dr. Caleb Hasler has partnered with experts at Province of Manitoba's Agriculture and Resource Development division, Travel Manitoba, University of Manitoba and Carleton University to investigate how recreational fishing activities influence lake trout populations in Manitoba.
Dr. Christopher Henry, Dr. Christopher Storie, and Dr. Joni Storie are are developing innovative monitoring software to mitigate hydrological impacts on northern and remote operations of the Hudson Bay Railroad infrastructure.
UWinnipeg, along with UManitoba and CancerCare Manitoba, hosted the Medical Physics Summer Student Symposium virtually last week. In total, five undergraduate students with ties to UWinnipeg participated, including the first- and second-place recipients.
Dr. Kristi Kenyon is working with a team of researchers to support the health, wellbeing, social inclusion, and cultural understandings of people living with Lymphatic Filariasis.