Research Area: Teaching, Learning and Knowledge Translation

John F. Dawson

Prof. Dawson studies the impact of inherited changes in heart muscle proteins to understand what is going wrong in patients with heart diseases so that we can develop specific strategies to treat the problem. His research takes the research from molecules to organisms, studying the biochemistry of proteins and the development and physiology of zebrafish with changes in their hearts reflecting those seen in people with diseases.
Prof. Dawson's education research focuses on learning outcome assessment in general and the development, implementation, and assessment of critical thinking through higher education science curricula in particular.

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Genevieve Newton

My current research falls into three domains, all of which relate to knowledge mobilization. My first research domain relates to knowledge mobilization in nutrition, including (but not limited to) dairy products and alternatives as foods for health. This component of my research is as a co-investigator with the Guelph Family Health Study. My second research domain relates to knowledge mobilization in musculoskeletal health, with a focus on evidence-based clinical practice. My third research domain relates to knowledge mobilization in higher education, with a focus on identifying strategies to enhance student learning in undergraduate and graduate biological science at the course and program level. Overall, the goal of my research is improve the communication of scienc

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