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Dr. Campbell’s Killam Award Interview Video!

In Spring of 2016, Dr. Kristin Campbell was awarded the prestigious Killam Faculty Research Fellowship from the University of British Columbia recognizing outstanding promise to advance learning in her professional career during her sabbatical. Read more here. With the help of UBC Studios, Dr. Campbell was asked to share the story behind her research and inspirations throughout […]

CEPL at Conferences!

Dr. Kristin Campbell gave the APNM Presidents’ Lecture honoring the lifetime achievements of Dr. Don McKenzie at the Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology (CSEP) Annual Conference in October 2016.    Graduate students, Holly Wollmann and Kelcey Bland, also presented abstracts at the CSEP Annual Meeting.   Kelcey Bland presented  “Changes in quality of life among women engaging in […]

CEPL and EXIT Run for the Cure!

Both the Clinical Exercise Physiology Lab and members from the Exercise Influence on Taxane Side effects study participated in CIBC’s Run for the Cure! Our friends were nothing but smiles helping raise money for one of the largest charities for breast cancer research in Canada. With the team name “These Boobs Are Made for Walkin’”, […]

Department of Physical Therapy – Bike to Work Week

The UBC Department of Physical Therapy participated in Bike to Work Week, and it was a great success! We had 24 riders (Students from the Master of Physical Therapy program and Rehabilitation Sciences Graduate program, faculty and staff), and logged in a total of 141 trips over an incredibly rainy week. Our team ranked 3rd […]

Dr. Kristin Campbell and study participants are featured in the Canadian Foundation for Innovation!

The Canadian Foundation for Innovation (CFI) is celebrating 20 years of excellence with stories on how “Research Builds My Community”, and the work of Dr. Kristin Campbell, along with the women who have participated in research studies on exercising during breast cancer treatment, are being featured as a story. You can read the story “Research […]