Health professor joins forces with Innovation York and MaRS Innovation to build and release much-needed new tool to assess concussions and dementia.
World-leading bilingualism expert sifts through all existing research and concludes that multiple languages involve adaptations that are apparent in cognitive performance.
York U’s Steven J. Hoffman analyses the 2014-2016 Ebola outbreak. His findings could inform future evidence-based policy and decision-making.
Professors Peter Mulvihill and Harris Ali publish provocative new book on how to deal with today’s ecological crisis. They start with tearing down old paradigms.
York Prof considers an unlikely partnership between an NGO and an oil company in Nigeria, and discovers under what conditions such partnerships thrive. What’s the key ingredient to successful partnerships? York University Development Studies Professor Uwafiokun Idemudia reviewed existing research on an unorthodox union between a non-governmental organization (NGO) and an oil company with […]
York U researcher leads study that offers solutions for police encounters with vulnerable group: children and youth seeking help for mental health.
CRC discovers how the brain remembers visual targets relative to other visible landmarks. This work could help those with brain damage.
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.
Prof discusses language change from “economic migrant” to “refugee” in light of European culture where newcomers are viewed as existential threats.