Recent Research Videos

Recent Research Videos

Dr. Rob McDonald of the University's Canadian Centre for Behavioural Neuroscience discusses Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) and the neuroscience behind this sometimes crippling phenomena.

Video courtesy of Bridge City News.

Working together with potato growers and industry, University of Lethbridge Research Chair in Potato Science Dr. Dmytro Yevtushenko is improving the yield and quality of crops while preparing the next generation of agricultural leaders and scientists.

Is your Facebook feed a long-scrolling list of ideas and opinions that you find agreeable? Or is it peppered with posts that get under your skin? Dr. Harold Jansen discusses how digital information affects the political landscape.

Have you ever sought out acupuncture to help with headaches and migraines? Perhaps you've seen a massage therapist to help with that shoulder pain that pops up in the cooler weather?

In light of the fact that Canada has welcomed an average of approximately 235,000 landed immigrants each year since the 1990s, University of Lethbridge sociologist Dr. Abdie Kazemipur discusses how we can make our communities more welcoming for newcomers.

Dr. Bryan Kolb, a neuroscience researcher at the University of Lethbridge's Canadian Centre for Behavioural Neuroscience, discusses why stress can make a long-lasting and significant impact on brain development.

Dr. Erasmus Okine, University of Lethbridge Vice-President (Research), discusses the research around sustainable livestock production.

Dr. Cameron Goater of the Department of Biological Sciences is one of the foremost experts in the study of parasitism.

Dr. Robert Laird of the Department of Biological Sciences provides opportunities for both graduate and undergraduate students to work in his lab.

Wayne Lippa of the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry is a University of Lethbridge alumnus as well as an instructor and lab coordinator. He has a distinct passion for chemistry and is eager to teach and engage students.

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