Topic: Postoperative liver decompensation events following partial hepatectomy for hepatocellular carcinoma among patients with cirrhosis Overview: My research is focused on studying adverse outcomes after surgical resection of liver tumours. Specifically, the majority of patients with liver cancer also have underlying liver disease, called cirrhosis. So, the decision to remove the cancerous portion of their liver must also take into account the function of the remaining liver left behind
Dr. Fayyaz Baquir, a Community Development Practitioner and Visiting Professor at the University of Ottawa spoke at Queen’s University on March 4th 2020 and told his story as a Scholar at Risk. Learn more about Scholars at Risk Queen’s at this website
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Broadcasted on Friday, November 22, 4-6pm ET on CFRC 101.9fm’s ‘finding a voice’ – In the first hour, from an October 8th event held at Novel Idea Bookstore, you’ll hear Barrie Gilbert launching and discussing his new book, “One of Us: A Biologist’s Walk Among Bears”. In the second hour, from an October 25th event held at Novel Idea Bookstore, you’ll hear Nikki Reimer launching and reading from her new book of poetry, “My Heart is a Rose Manhattan”. You’ll also hear Nancy Jo Cullen and Anita Dolman each reading from their own new and selected work that evening.
Kevin Collins, Coordinator, Student Development with the Student Experience Office joins us again on Campus Beat! He shares details about the amazing services available through the Student Experience Office and gives us lots of great insights into this year’s Queen’s Reads literary selection: Tima Kurdi’s Boy on the Beach. Music: Hawksley Workman, “Song of Summer,” 2019
Morgan Lehtinen, PhD Candidate in the Department of Chemistry joins us in studio today. She chats about her recent participation in and winning of the recent Young Person’s Lecture Competition on May 30th at Queen’s University. Hosted this year for the first time in Canada, the Competition was hosted by the Arthur B. McDonald Canadian Astroparticle Physics Research Institute. Learn more about the competition by visiting The McDonald Institute’s website!
The Career Advancement Centre plays a critical role in preparing you for a career in your chosen field. The CAC Career Coaches partner with you throughout your time at Smith to discover your strengths and career options, build your career skills and capabilities including your personal brand, and prepare you to launch your career. Our guest discusses the journey to finding his career post-graduation and reflects on the support offered by the CAC coaches and the corporate relationship team. Discover, Build and Launch your career. Guest: Steven Kraft, Smith MBA 2013Launched a career in mid-market M&A Advisory and LendingInterviewed by Rishi Behari, MBAProduced by Rebecca Darling, MBA, CAC Coach Consulting Musical Intro and Outro – “Let That Sink in” by Lee Rosevere
In this episode I talk about the research behind the link between exercise and mental health, my experience with the benefits of exercise, and some strategies to make exercise a part of your daily routine. Listen to this episode if you want to learn why exercise is a recognized treatment for depression and how you can make exercise a habit. Enjoy.