Neuropsychology PhD student Nawal Mustafa stresses the importance of culturally sound therapy for South Asian communities.
A $5,000 scholarship from Crohn’s and Colitis Canada will enable UWindsor student Jasmine Kobrosli further her work examining the psychological effects of inflammatory bowel disease.
Kobrosli, entering her fourth year of undergraduate study, has lived experience with IBD: she was diagnosed with ulcerative colitis in 2013 and Crohn’s disease in 2018.
UWindsor staff, faculty, and students are sought for a survey intended to inform effective campus health messaging.
A study led by UWindsor researchers is one of the first on the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the mental health of children in Canada.
WE-Spark Health Institute announced $287,000 in grants to 14 innovative research projects in Windsor-Essex.
The pandemic has driven many local nurses out of the profession in the past year, according to a study by UWindsor professors.
Psychology undergrad Nicole Di Nardo has co-authored a peer-reviewed paper published in the Journal of Anxiety Disorders.
Five UWindsor students participated in the 17th annual Natural Health Product and Research Society conference.
PhD student Nawal Mustafa is researching ways to improve cognitive testing for South Asian populations and posting self-help tips on Instagram.