News and Events

CEPL Lab receives Prestigious Grants

ACTIVATE Trial: Avon Foundation for Women Canada Grant Led by Dr. Kristin Campbell and Dr. Jennifer Brunet (Associate Professor at the University of Ottawa), the ACTIVATE Trial has received a prestigious grant from the Avon Foundation for Women Canada to determine if a supervised exercise program can mitigate the negative impact chemo-brain has on breast […]

Dr. Kristin Campbell and Lab Member Sarah Weller Presentation at CACPR

Dr. Kristin Campbell and CEPL lab member Sarah Weller will be presenting a workshop at the Canadian Association of Cardiovascular Prevention and Rehabilitation (CACPR) conference titled: “A ticking time bomb: Cardiovascular health in men on androgen deprivation therapy for prostate cancer”. As part of the 2017 Canadian Cardiovascular Congress, they will be accompanied by Jennifer […]

CEPL Lab participates in the Terry Fox Run

Many of the CEPL lab members attended and participated in the Terry Fox Run Vancouver 2017 in Stanley Park. They were also joined by members of Lara Boyd’s lab and Michael Hunt’s lab. This event is held every year to spread awareness and raise money for cancer research, and our team was thrilled to support […]

CEPL Research Member Kelcey Bland Receives “Best Poster Presentation” at the Faculty of Medicine Graduate Student Research Day

Kelcey Bland, an MSc student with Dr. Kristin Campbell, was awarded “Best Poster Presentation” for her poster “Increases in aerobic fitness and strength among women with breast cancer engaging in exercise training during and after adjuvant treatment” at the inaugral Faculty of Medicine Graduate Student Research Day. This research day was attended by graduate students from various […]

Dr. Kristin Campbell gives keynote lecture at the Canadian Association for Psychosocial Oncology!

Dr. Kristin Campbell gives keynote lecture at the Canadian Association for Psychosocial Oncology annual meeting in Vancouver, BC. Dr. Campbell’s presentation was titled “Making the case for physical activity and physical rehabilitation to improve the psychosocial impacts of cancer treatments.” In addition, MPT/PhD student, Stanley Hung and MSc student Kelcey Bland attended the conference. Stanley presented […]