Poster Day for BHSc Project & Thesis Students

Poster Day for BHSc Project & Thesis Students

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More than 200 BHSc (Hons) Program students had the opportunity to share the research they had done for their project and thesis courses with the McMaster community this week at the Program’s annual poster sessions in the McMaster University Student Centre.

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Faculty at the Offord Centre for Child Studies provide research opportunities for many students each year.  This year, they included Grace Lin’s project looking at challenges in accessing autism services, and Nicole Kim’s project evaluating the impact of a mobile outreach clinic for Autism Spectrum Disorder.

Owen Luo’s project (supervised by Dr. Jane Foster) examined how both genes and environment can influence the development of Angelman Syndrome, a neurodevelopmental disorder.

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All BHSc students undertake a 3rd year project in preparation for a larger 4th year project or thesis, across a huge range of disciplines in health, ranging from genetic and molecular work in laboratories, to clinical research, health policy, health humanities, epidemiology, and many other types of scholarship.

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