When starting graduate studies, it can take a few unfunded scholarship applications before students achieve success. But once students are successful in receiving an award or two, it often seems that things snowball. That’s just anecdotal experience…
If you ask, most researchers will recall vividly that point in time (and the excitement!) when they learned that their first manuscript was accepted for publication. Yesterday, we learned that… Continue reading
Well, not really, but it feels that way sometimes when applying for research funding since the competition is so tough. But this time around…success!
Each year, the Graduate Students’ Association at UAlberta offers awards to its best and brightest. Continue reading
Over the years, we’ve conducted a number of studies that were designed to learn about families’ experiences and perceptions. While we’ve learned a lot, and applied some of this learning to how we provide care to children and families enrolled in pediatric weight management, it’s fair to say we could have done more to engage families in our research. Continue reading
It’s my pleasure to share the news that our own Maryam Kebbe (Graduate Student, Dept of Pediatrics, UAlberta) received… Continue reading
Over the years, we’ve received lots of support (research grants, scholarships for students) for our research through the Stollery Children’s Hospital Foundation, by way of the Women and Children’s Health Research Institute (WCHRI) at UAlberta.