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Munir RahimBiology professor Munir Rahim is leading a research team analyzing swabs taken from patients infected with COVID-19 for proteins released by immune cells in the lungs. The proteins could offer early warning that patients could suffer severe respiratory complications.

Specialized instrument to enable tracking of tumours

Professor Munir Rahim says a new imager that can track fluorescent and luminescent cells will aid research in a range of biomedical fields.

Drew MarquardtDrew Marquardt, together with fellow UWindsor researchers James Gauld and Charu Chandrasekera, is exploring how an ingredient in vapes and e-cigarettes poses complications for those infected with the virus that causes COVID-19.

UWindsor researcher studies link between vaping and COVID-19 complications

A team of UWindsor researchers is exploring how an ingredient in vapes and e-cigarettes poses complications for those infected with COVID-19.

Joy Kobti reaching under shelf in labScience Society president Joy Kobti worked with professor John Trant studying selective acetate deprotection in carbohydrate chemistry.

Science recognizes student engagement beyond the classroom

The Faculty of Science has recognized more than 100 students as LEAD Medallion Scholars.

chemistry professor John TrantChemistry professor John Trant is researching new formulations for hand sanitizers, degreasers, and anti-viral coatings to help fight the global pandemic.

UWindsor chemist researching novel ways to fight COVID-19

John Trant is researching new formulations for hand sanitizers, degreasers, and anti-viral coatings to help fight the global pandemic.

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Ken Drouillard holding fabric face masks.Ken Drouillard, a professor in UWindsor’s School of the Environment, is heading a research project to help the Windsor-Essex Sewing Force. The group of volunteers is sewing masks for healthcare workers.

UWindsor researchers lend expertise to volunteers sewing masks at home

Ken Drouillard, a professor in UWindsor’s School of the Environment, is heading a research project to help the Windsor-Essex Sewing Force.