WE-Spark Health Institute has scheduled a research think tank for Friday, June 10.
A team of UWindsor professors developing novel ways to detect COVID and limit the spread of its variants has been awarded $500,000 from a federal agency that funds health research.
Researchers will expand their study screening for COVID-19 to include up to 400 campus volunteers.
Chemistry professor Kenneth Ng will study the proteins that manage how coronaviruses replicate and infect, to prepare to battle emerging variants.
A UWindsor research team received $540,000 to test samples from wastewater treatment plants as an early warning system for COVID-19.
The COVID Surveillance Platform study will test the saliva of campus volunteers for COVID-19.
Biochemist John Trant is heading up a research team exploring the behaviours of disease-causing proteins.