UWinnipeg's Dr. Anuraag Shrivastav and his research team have developed a simple predictive and prognostic breast cancer test that could predict whether there is a likelihood of recurrence in hormone receptor-positive breast cancer patients.
The University of Winnipeg’s Research Office launched a new pilot program that supports early-career researchers by pairing them with established mentors.
The annual event gives students the opportunity to gain experience presenting their scientific research, while also learning more about the exciting research their peers are undertaking.
Larissa Wodtke has been named Program Officer of Equity, Diversity, Inclusion, Anti-Racism, and Decolonization for UWinnipeg's Office of the Vice-President, Research and Innovation. She has 13 years of experience at the University managing large-scale, interdisciplinary, community-based research projects in the humanities, social sciences, and community health fields.
Stellar research by six University of Winnipeg master's students and one faculty member has been recognized by Research Manitoba's Awards and Grants Competition. Congratulations to Anouska Agarwal, Emily Unger, Nathalie Turenne, Rosemary Minns, Winter Dawn Lipscombe, and Patrick Carty, as well as Dr. Yannick Molgat-Seon.
In August, University of Winnipeg students who received NSERC Undergraduate Student Research Awards in 2021 and 2022 were celebrated during a special hybrid event.
As part of new research into the issue of water and sanitation in the province, The University of Winnipeg’s Dr. Melanie O’Gorman is examining the impact of the lack of clean drinking water on Manitoba First Nations.
The University of Winnipeg Library announced the opening of a new Data Research Repository that will help researchers share their work across the globe.
The University of Winnipeg exceeded the national average of Mitacs submissions, receiving more than $1 million in Mitacs internships in 2021-22.
Aileen Friesen, associate professor of History and executive director of the Plett Foundation, is utilizing SSHRC funding to uncover the gendered experience of Mennonite migration to Canada from the Soviet Union.