York U researcher leads study that offers solutions for police encounters with vulnerable group: children and youth seeking help for mental health.
An NSERC-funded project, where patients with Parkinson’s participated in three-month dance classes, has led to the patients’ improvements in balance and gait speed.
New research looks at two immigrant populations in Ontario as these newcomers try to reenter their profession; finds roadblocks that fuel identity crises.
While researching highly toxic pokeweed, Prof Katalin Hudak’s lab makes an important discovery that could bolster the survival of agricultural crops.
Three York University researchers awarded a combined $2,723,399 in funding from the Canadian Institute for Health Research (CIHR) will work to advance health-related investigations in areas of social/cultural health and biomedical health. Professors Peter Backx, Yvonne Bohr and Chun Peng each received a CIHR Project Grant, which is designed to capture ideas with the greatest […]