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Advancing human health and wellbeing

Advancing human health and wellbeing

[Lab technician testing a sample - Photo by Matthew Manor/KHSC]
June 1, 2020

Researchers from Queen’s University and Kingston Health Sciences Centre have developed a COVID-19 test that provides results in just 24 hours.

[Graduate student dispensing hand sanitizer]
June 1, 2020

Queen’s University researchers and industry partners have mobilized to formulate hand sanitizer for Kingston hospitals.

[Chart depicting epidemic trends for Ontario]
June 1, 2020

Queen’s University researcher Troy Day is helping Ontario develop models to predict the future of the virus in the province.

[Man performing a push-up indoors]
June 1, 2020

Queen’s researcher Brendon Gurd has developed an exercise protocol that requires no equipment, can be completed anywhere, and helps improve muscle endurance in under five minutes a day.

[Art McDonald]
May 4, 2020

A team of Canadian physicists, led by Queen’s Nobel Laureate Art McDonald, is part of an international effort to design a ventilator to help in the treatment of COVID-19.

[Expectant mother standing by a window]
May 4, 2020

Queen’s University researcher Graeme Smith says hospitals have made preparations for childbirths during the COVID-19 crisis.

[Person sneezing outside]
May 4, 2020

Queen's University allergy researcher Anne Ellis explains the best way to deal with springtime allergies during COVID-19.

[World map]
May 4, 2020

Queen's researcher Susan Bartels, an expert in global public health, looks at the unique challenges developing nations face with the spread of COVID-19.

[Illustrative image of DNA strand]
August 12, 2020

Queen’s researcher David Maslove is leading the Canadian arm of an international project aiming to sequence the genomes of 100,000 COVID-19 patients to better understand their genes and the disease.

[Photograph of a graduation cap]
August 12, 2020

Queen's researcher Allyson G. Harrison discusses what parents and loved ones can do to help high school seniors cope with missed developmental milestones due to COVID-19 for The Conversation Canada.

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