After receiving the full 14 years of national Networks of Centres of Excellence (NCE) funding, and an additional two years of support to mobilize knowledge and commercialize research results, AllerGen NCE completes its NCE term today – March 31, 2020. …

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A high-profile online course features CHILD Cohort Study research and CHILD researcher Dr. Meghan Azad. The certified professional development course, entitled “Breast Milk Scientific,” focuses on current scientific insights into breastmilk, its relationship with the microbiome, and its contributions to …

CHILD breastmilk research, researcher featured in online course Read more »

AllerGen proudly announces the second Call for Nominations and Applications to the Michelle Harkness Mentorship Award (MHMA) program. NEW: These awards are no longer restricted to members of the AllerGen Network. Any Canadian citizen or landed immigrant working in the …

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The CIHR is funding a new, national microbiome research core, and two of its five platforms are headed by AllerGen investigators. The University of Calgary-based initiative, The Integrated Microbiome Platforms for Advancing Causation Testing and Translation, or IMPACTT, brings together …

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“Dr. Judah Denburg is an amazing colleague, clinician, researcher and, to a large degree, visionary, and it is extremely fitting that he is being honoured with the Jerry Dolovich Award,” observed Dr. Allan Becker, as he announced the honour at …

AllerGen’s Scientific Director receives CSACI’s Jerry Dolovich Award Read more »