Jessica Szawara and Lucas Vajko Siddall were the first UWindsor students to present at the Ontario Quebec Undergraduate Immunology Conference.
UWindsor researcher Charu Chandrasekera has received a grant for a project to produce a 3D-printed model of human lung tissue.
A team of UWindsor researchers is exploring how an ingredient in vapes and e-cigarettes poses complications for those infected with COVID-19.
UWindsor’s Canadian Centre for Alternatives to Animal Methods is helping local high schools replace animal dissection with virtual technology.
A new research lab dedicated to developing, validating, and promoting non-animal, human biology-based platforms in biomedical research, education, and chemical safety testing celebrated its grand opening Thursday at the University of Windsor.
The Canadian Centre for Alternatives to Animal Methods (CCAAM) is celebrating its grand opening today.
The new research lab is dedicated to developing, validating, and promoting non-animal, human biology-based platforms in biomedical research, education, and chemical safety testing.
The Centre was founded with a $1 million donation in 2018 by the Eric S. Margolis Family Foundation. Eric Margolis was an internationally syndicated journalist, as well as former owner and chairman of Jamieson Laboratories.
Two UWindsor chemistry professors are among the first researchers in the country to receive monies from the New Frontiers in Research Fund.
Charu Chandrasekera received the Women for a Humane Canada award Sunday in Montreal.
“Toxicity-in-a-Dish” will explore non-animal methods to assess chemical safety, Dec. 10 in the Biology Building.