McCaig Institute News
A record 7 UCalgary scholars named Fellows of Royal Society of Canada
Faculty members recognized for notable scholarly, scientific or artistic advancements
UCalgary faculty integral to Grade 11 students’ research experience
24th High School Youth Researcher Summer Program celebrates student achievements at August open house
3 UCalgary projects receive $20.3M in provincial innovation grants
Funds advance research-to-commercialization pipeline for medical devices, electronic and mobile health, and space and defence technologies
Personalized approach to bone health brings POWER to the patient
App developed by McCaig Institute for Bone and Joint Health research team helps monitor a patient’s health
7 UCalgary community members appointed to Order of Canada
Faculty, former UCalgary senator, and alumni recognized for outstanding accomplishments and service
McCaig Institute seminar series
The seminar series is put together by a group of dedicated student leaders. Speakers and topics are chosen to reflect the breadth of the research produced by members of the McCaig Institute.
Cy Frank Legacy Lecture Series
The Cy Frank Legacy Lectureship honours and commemorates the late Dr. Cy Frank, an internationally acclaimed visionary who championed the application of research to create solutions for patients.
On Wednesday, September 28 2022, Dr. Ewa Roos delivered an inspiring lecture sharing the successes of the GLA:D program with us and answering the question, "Osteoarthritis: Putting science into action – why not now?". She honoured the memory of Dr. Cy Frank with her encouragement to, "just do it" by applying research to create solutions for patients today.
The Wood Forum is an annual free public forum on bone and joint conditions held each year in the Fall.
On Saturday October 29, we had the privilege to hear from experts in the field of joint health at the Wood Forum 2022. Topics included gut health, diet and their affect on osteoarthritis, how to reduce pain from osteoarthritis, understanding when imaging may (or may not) be required and what to do after a knee injury.