Research Nova Scotia, in collaboration with the Department of Health and Wellness and Nova Scotia Health, is providing $700,000 to fund a research Centre of Excellence for Healthy Aging at Cape Breton University in honour of Dr. Kenneth Rockwood.
Geriatrician, researcher, academic and anti-ageism campaigner Dr. Kenneth Rockwood has won the 2021 Ryman Prize.
The study was led by the Maritime SPOR Support Unit, in collaboration with Nova Scotia Health, the Department of Health and Wellness,
and Research Nova Scotia.
The staff and directors of Research Nova Scotia would like thank Dr. Alice Aiken, Vice President Research and Innovation at Dalhousie University, for her dedication and service to the organization. Alice was Research Nova Scotia’s inaugural Board Chair, responsible for guiding the team as we developed our strategy, engaged with the broader research community, and…
Emerging Professional Award This year, Research Nova Scotia was proud to present the Emerging Professional Award at the 2021 Discovery Awards. The award was presented to Dr. Rita Orji, Associate Professor at Dalhousie University and Canada Research Chair in Persuasive Technology, for her transformative work on Personalizing Persuasive Systems. Dr. Orji is globally recognized as a leader…
Research Nova Scotia is announcing two new student research challenges designed to inspire student researchers with exceptional potential who are engaged in various research disciplines at post-secondary institutions across Nova Scotia