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Advancing human health and wellbeing

Advancing human health and wellbeing

[ Dr. David Berman ]
November 1, 2015

Queen's researcher David Berman is dedicated to unravelling the challenges of dealing with prostate cancer through his work with Queen's Cancer Research Institute and the Canadian Cancer Trials Group.

[ Kathryn Brohman in front of whiteboard ]
April 1, 2015

Queen's researcher Kathryn Brohman, professor at the Smith School of Business, is a co-principal investigator of a new research initiative called Healthcare Systems Leadership, a nonprofit research team of health-care providers and academics from across Canada that hope to streamline collaboration and information exchange in Canadian health care.

[ Susan Bartels ]
April 1, 2015

Queen's researcher Susan Bartels, a clinician scientist and attending physician in the Department of Emergency Medicine, investigates the plight of people whose lives are torn apart by conflict, earthquakes, or other natural calamities. 

[ David Maslove with equipment ]
April 1, 2015

Queen's researcher and critical care physician at the KGH Research Institute David Maslove's research involves capturing and analyzing massive volumes of detailed electronic data derived from patients in a hospital ICU to understand more about the nature and progression of acute illnesses.

[ Ian Janssen skating with children ]
April 1, 2015

Queen's researcher Ian Janssen, a professor in the School of Kinesiology and Health Studies, has over the last four years undertaken three projects with the support of the Heart & Stroke Foundation, each with the aim of pinning down just how active Canadian children are, what factors affect their activity, and how their activity influences their health.

[ Dr. Birtwhistle smiling at computer ]
April 1, 2015

Queen's researcher Richard Birtwhistle is the chair and principal investigator of the Canadian Primary Care Sentinel Surveillance Network (CPCSSN) which collects patient information stored in electronic medical records (EMR) of primary care practitioners across Canada to help researchers advance treatments of chronic diseases.

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