Posts Tagged ‘Lawson research’
From euphoric highs to debilitating lows. That’s life with Bipolar Disorder. For many people the symptoms of this mood disorder first appear in the prime of life and during their prime child-bearing years. Now Lawson Research is offering hope to women with Bipolar, but who worry about the possible consequences during pregnancy.
Technology that’s fueled the gaming world could be a game changer for people with Parkinson’s Disease. Lawson Researchers have developed a virtual world to help people with Parkinson’s perform day to day tasks. It’s a project that could one day be used as a template to help people navigate their everyday world with greater command and confidence.
Around the world more than 27-thousand people a year donate a kidney. A new Lawson study, the first of it’s kind, has reassuring news about the impact on their health.
Call it taking research to new heights. Canada’s first whole body scanner combining PET and MRI technology was installed by crane this afternoon at St. Joseph’s Hospital in London. The 9 million dollar scanner will be a centerpiece of Lawson Research in Southwestern Ontario.