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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 […]

CEPL Attends the 64th Annual ACSM Meeting!

Dr. Kristin Campbell and the CEPL research team recently traveled to Denver, Colorado to attend the 64th annual ACSM meeting. This world-renown conference draws thousands of individuals from across the world to attend annually! This extensive conference included talks and presentations from students, and clinicians on the topics of Sports Medicine and Exercise. What an […]

Dr. Kristin Campbell: Featured BC Cancer Agency Blogger for May 2017

Dr. Kristin Campbell and Dr. Ryna Levy Milne are the featured bloggers in the Partners in Discovery Blog hosted by the British Columbia Cancer Foundation for May 2017. Their blogs will highlight the impact of exercise and exercise for breast cancer patients in general, and also discuss the importance of the Nutrition and Exercise During […]

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 […]