Dr. Nina Suh

Lawson associate scientist Dr. Nina Suh is leading a study to improve the surgical technique for four-corner fusion, a common surgery for wrist arthritis.

Development of new surgical techniques could maximize wrist function and symptom relief, and delay wrist arthritis progression

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Wrist arthritis can cause debilitating pain, weakness and decreased range of motion. When patients are first diagnosed, the condition can often be managed with activity modification and pain medication. However, as symptoms progress, patients eventually require surgery.

Participants and guests at London Health Research Day

Participants and guests enjoying poster presentations at London Health Research Day 2018

 

London health research trainees presented innovative science on May 10 at London Health Research Day 2018

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From looking through the microscope to drafting publications, health research trainees are the heart and future of Canadian science. On May 10, 2018, health research trainees from across the city of London gathered to present their innovative science at the seventh annual London Health Research Day.

Exchange: A London Health Research Day Forum on Diversity & Inclusivity promotes conversations around the challenges associated with equity, diversity and inclusivity and potential solutions for the future.

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The city of London, Ontario is home to a vibrant health research community. On Wednesday, May 9, researchers from across the city gathered to discuss the importance of equity, diversity and inclusivity (EDI) in the careers of health researchers. Through participation at Exchange: A London Health Research Day Forum on Diversity & Inclusivity, guests discussed the challenges associated with EDI and potential solutions for the future.

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