Dr Michael Strong’s Story

Dr Michael Strong’s Story

Science and medicine in the family genes
Lucille Ball famously said, “If you want something done, ask a busy person to do it.” The axiom applies to Dr. Michael Strong.  The title on his business card reads:  Dean, Schulich School of Medicine and Dentistry, Distinguished University Professor, Professor, Department

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Dr Heather Durham’s Story

Dr Heather Durham’s Story

Research is in her blood
Heather Durham, PhD won’t be paddling off in a kayak any time soon.  The researcher who focuses primarily on understanding amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) has no intention of hanging up her lab coat when she turns 65, the traditional age of retirement.  While she might enjoy

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Dr Nicolas Dupré’s Story

Dr Nicolas Dupré’s Story

Empathy is part of the Dupré family genetic make-up
It is safe to say Dr. Nicolas Dupré knows a thing or two about genetics. The focus of Dr. Dupré’s research is the search for genes associated with neurodegenerative diseases such as ALS.  So, he is pretty confident when he jokingly predicts

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Empathy is part of the Dupré family genetic make-up

 
It is safe to say Dr. Nicolas Dupré knows a thing or two about genetics. The focus of Dr. Dupré’s research is the search for genes associated with neurodegenerative diseases such as ALS.  So, he is pretty confident when he jokingly predicts his daughter Emma, 8, has the ‘health care

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