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Brock scientist’s discovery advances lung cancer screening

Brock scientist’s discovery advances lung cancer screening

Brock epidemiologist Martin Tammemägi’s new method uses already-existing data to create a “risk threshold” that greatly helps doctors determine who should be prioritized for lung cancer screening.

Library workshops for faculty and graduate students

Library workshops for faculty and graduate students

Curious about using multimedia in your research and teaching? Wondering about impact factors and open access? Have questions about processing, preserving or mapping data? Please join the Library’s fall workshop series on Tuesday, Dec. 9 for these topics and more.

Face Perception Lab looking for NBA fans for study of face recognition

Face Perception Lab looking for NBA fans for study of face recognition

Brock University’s Face Perception Lab is looking for participants to take part in a study examining face recognition.

Earth Sciences professor among group that receives EU grant to train PhD students

Earth Sciences professor among group that receives EU grant to train PhD students

A Brock University scientist is a member of a group of 20 researchers from 11 countries that has received a large European Union (EU) grant to train PhD students in the latest, innovative geoscience technologies.

Brock graduate students recognized for research excellence

Brock graduate students recognized for research excellence

Twenty-seven Brock graduate students were recognized for research excellence with 2014 Canada Graduate Student funding awards from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC).

Geographic Information Systems Day will highlight student research

Geographic Information Systems Day will highlight student research

This year’s event is Nov. 18 in the Map, Data & GIS Library (Room MC C306). Hosted by the Brock University Geographical Society, student presentations will highlight their use of GIS technology in their research.

Passion for animals blends seamlessly into Cronin’s research and teaching

Passion for animals blends seamlessly into Cronin’s research and teaching

Keri Cronin, associate professor in the Visual Arts Department in the Marilyn I. Walker School of Fine and Performing Arts, is sensitive to the suffering endured by abandoned cats and other animals, a passion that is evident in her research.

Conference gives graduate students chance to meet world experts

Conference gives graduate students chance to meet world experts

Brock graduate student Vanessa Hamilton likes the logic and reasoning of mathematics. It’s what drives her academic and research interests.

Master’s student research helps children with autism spectrum disorder

Master’s student research helps children with autism spectrum disorder

Naomi Johnson, a master’s student in Applied Disability Studies, is examining the effectiveness of a therapy program to help children with high functioning autism spectrum disorder (ASD) reduce and alleviate obsessive-compulsive behaviours (OCB).

GSA president wants to bring out the best in graduate students

GSA president wants to bring out the best in graduate students

Lee Belding wants to find the best ways to bring graduate students out of their research shells without emergency measures being involved.

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