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Do men’s toenails contain clues about prostate cancer prevention?

Do men’s toenails contain clues about prostate cancer prevention?

A project analyzing men’s toenails to find clues about prostate cancer prevention has been funded by Prostate Cancer Canada and the New Brunswick Health Research Foundation. Photo credit: Dalhousie Medicine New Brunswick

Peer health ambassador project for incarcerated men receives $1.3m funding

Peer health ambassador project for incarcerated men receives $1.3m funding

A peer health ambassador project for incarcerated men co-developed by the Collaborating Centre for Prison Health and Education has received $1.3 million in government funding.

SPPH faculty and students win at 50th anniversary of Postgraduate Public Health Training in Western Canada

SPPH faculty and students win at 50th anniversary of Postgraduate Public Health Training in Western Canada

School of Population and Public Health faculty and students won several awards at the 50th anniversary of Postgraduate Public Health Training in Western Canada.

Meet Our Alumni: Lianping Ti, PhD

Meet Our Alumni: Lianping Ti, PhD

If Lianping Ti looks familiar, it may be because she taught you biostatistics this year. A PhD program alumna, Dr. Ti once took the courses she now teaches with Senior Lecturer Mike Marin, and says she still sometimes refers to his YouTube videos for programming in R. Photo credit: V. Saran Photo

Retiring but not taking a brake: SPPH celebrates career of Professor Emeritus Kay Teschke

Retiring but not taking a brake: SPPH celebrates career of Professor Emeritus Kay Teschke

Dr. Teschke celebrated her retirement last month after more than 30 years in occupational and environmental (OEH) health, and says she first realized the importance of the field while working in a pillow factory following her undergraduate studies. Credit: Martin Dee