The vision of Rabbi and his supervisor is to develop a better understanding of the pathogenesis of IBD and, in so doing, to develop new treatment paradigms that are both safer and more effective than current treatment options.
Ala’a Eideh is pursuing her PhD in the Human Nutritional Sciences Department at the University of Manitoba.
What can relics of the past tell us about the thoughts and beliefs of the people who invented and used them?
Food insecurity, says Laura Husak, is a complex issue that can only be addressed by taking the (sometimes painful) step of crossing disciplinary boundaries.
Nariman Firoozy, a PhD candidate supervised by professors Puyan Mojabi from ECE and David Barber from CEOS, explained the work people like himself are doing up in the Arctic.
With a bachelor’s degree in physical geography from the University of Winnipeg, Petzold had a chance to study different aspects of Earth science. Her interest in hydrology, however, was unavoidable.
We have all been there, at the gym trying to accomplish something.
Gail Cormier is not a regular graduate student.
“As far as my research interests go, I am currently in love with both and for now I am happy working on both.”