Congratulations to Sarah Weller, Logan Meyers, and Dr. Bolette Rafn on their successful MSc and PhD defences!
Bolette successfully defended her doctoral thesis in June 2019 titled “Surveillance and rehabilitation for breast cancer-related upper-body issues.” Logan successfully defended his MSc thesis in August 2019 titled “The feasibility of using CT scans to detect changes in body composition over time in colon cancer survivors enrolled in a physical activity intervention.” Sarah successfully defended […]
Congratulations to MSc student Kendra Zadravec for receiving an outstanding poster award at this year’s BC Cancer Summit!
Kendra presented a poster titled “The effect of exercise on cancer-related cognitive impairment” at the 2019 BC Cancer Summit. The event was attended by BC Cancer oncology professionals from a variety of disciplines. The poster summarized a systematic review of randomized controlled trials looking at the impact of exercise on cognitive function in adults with […]
Dr. Kristin Campbell was featured on Global news, where she talked about a recently published study titled “Exercise guidelines for cancer survivors.” She was a co-1st author on this study. In this publication, the research team aimed to advance exercise prescriptions given to cancer survivors, with the goal of improving their health outcomes. You […]
Upcoming Webinar: Unsupervised home-based exergaming in prostate cancer patients receiving androgen deprivation therapy.
BC Caring will be hosting another webinar coming up on Thursday, October 3rd, from 12-1pm! You can learn more about this webinar by clicking here.
The Campbell Lab recently hired Hannah Happeney to assist with the SIRvivor BC Prostate Cancer Community Exercise Program. Hannah has a Bachelor’s degree in Kinesiology from UBC, and is excited to join the the CEPL to further her passion for healthcare and holistic health. Welcome, Hannah, it is great to have you! Her bio can […]