The following editorial was provided to Post Media by Dr. David Hill, scientific director, Lawson Health Research Institute.
Last week the Nobel Prizes for 2017 were announced, recognizing incredible advances in science that will impact all our lives for the better. If you were looking for Canadian scientists amongst the teams, you would be disappointed.
Left to right: Hong Liu, research technician; Venkat Arutla, fourth year undergraduate student working in Dr. Parapuram’s lab; and Dr. Sunil Parapuram, Lawson scientist.
In a new study from Lawson Health Research Institute (Lawson), scientists have discovered that a specific protein has the potential to be used to treat some patients with primary open-angle glaucoma.