USask research: Improving cardiac surgery recovery

A multidisciplinary University of Saskatchewan (USask) research team is working to improve recovery for patients of cardiac surgery when faced with limited health care resources during the pandemic.

Grant funds community-engaged diabetes research

A College of Medicine research team is improving health care for individuals with diabetes in Regina and nearby Indigenous communities, thanks to a Research Connections grant from the Saskatchewan Health Research Foundation.

USask researchers, SHA, and CHEP Good Food work together to tackle hunger issues in Sask.

University of Saskatchewan (USask) researchers along with the Saskatchewan Health Authority (SHA) and CHEP Good Food Inc. are working together to better understand the historical roots of food insecurity and food sovereignty in the province, and design a path to a more sustainable future.

12 years in the making: loss of sight pushes ITEP grad to fulfill dream

Since she was a young girl, Stella Wilm’s heart has been set on becoming an educator.

Popular graduate course introduces molecular biology research tools

A highly popular course that provides University of Saskatchewan (USask) graduate students with essential tools for research returned to the Western College of Veterinary Medicine (WCVM) this spring.

USask kinesiology graduate student picked for Paralympics

University of Saskatchewan (USask) graduate student Keely Shaw is going to the Paralympics.

USask education student set for the Paralympics

It took a year longer than she had hoped, but Shelby Newkirk is finally counting down the final days to living her dream of competing for Canada in the Paralympic Games.