Dr. Phillip Gardiner and Sharon McCartney wish to thank all SCRC personnel for participating in the Strategic Plan retreat held in May at FortWhyte Alive. All of your hard work was compiled by Joanne Hamilton and Sharon into our strategic plan report. This report will be submitted to Dr. Peter Cattini, Dean Postl and Dr. […]
The SCRC wishes to congratulate its current director, Dr. Phillip Gardiner, on his appointment as Chair of the Medical and Scientific Advisory Committee of Muscular Dystrophy Canada. Dr. Gardiner succeeds Dr. Ken Hastings, of McGill’s Dept. of Neurology and Neurosurgery, in that role. Best of luck to you, Dr. Gardiner!
SCRC neuroscience student Katrina Armstrong had an opportunity at the Neuroscience 2017 meeting in Washington, DC, to meet world-renowned neuroscientist Dr. Eric Kandel. Seen here, Dr. Kandel checks out Ms Armstrong’s muscles. The annual Society for Neuroscience meetings are a wonderful opportunity for neuroscience researchers from around the world to meet and share their research […]
Work from Karimi’s laboratory on spinal cord injury therapeutics was featured on RadioCanada, ICI Manitoba. We have identified the potential treatment for promoting repair and functional recovery following traumatic spinal cord injury. http://ici.radio-canada.ca/premiere/emissions/le-6-a-9/segments/entrevue/46893/jean-eric-ghia-eprouvettes-hommes-recherche