Research

Professor Annette Browne, UBC School of Nursing

Nursing professor’s mentorship makes an impact in Aboriginal communities and beyond

December 22, 2015 – Annette Browne, professor at UBC’s School of Nursing, has won the 2015 John McNeill Excellence in Health Research Mentorship Award for her outstanding research contributions and engagement as an educator, mentor and community scholar. Browne focuses on addressing inequities in health, particularly within Aboriginal communities. She conducts research on access to […]

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New textbook explores indigenous perspectives on health

September 18, 2015 – A new textbook, co-edited by an associate professor in the Faculty of Medicine, explores the health of Canada’s indigenous peoples, going beyond established social health determinants, such as income and education, to tackle colonization and colonialism, environment, geography and culture. Determinants of Indigenous Peoples’ Health in Canada: Beyond the Social, published […]

Ryan Tomm
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UBC Psychology graduate Ryan Tomm is making science cool with Aboriginal teens

May 14, 2015 – Growing up, Ryan Tomm didn’t know he would be a scientist one day. It was a series of decisions that led him on his eventual path to study and do research at UBC. His research explores the effects of aging on decision-making, executive functions and cognitive flexibility. Understanding the brain “I […]

CEDAR Project

Study links sexual assault to legacy of Indian residential schools and childhood abuse

NEWS RELEASE | April 10, 2015 | Children of residential school survivors and victims of childhood sexual abuse are at increased risk of sexual assault VANCOUVER – A new study by The Cedar Project is the first in Canada to show that survivors of sexual abuse and children of residential school survivors are at disproportionately […]

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CSI: Cedar Science Investigators

To unlock the secrets of B.C.’s past, Lori Daniels and her lab look deep inside some of the province’s longest living inhabitants – old growth trees. “We call ourselves CSI detectives … the Cedar Science Investigators,” said Daniels, a professor in the Faculty of Forestry who studies tree rings. Tree rings can tell you a […]

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