Laurence Tanguay receive the prestigious Canada Graduate Scholarships—Master’s program from the Canadian Institutes of Health Research. Laurence leads the project “Modélisation de l’impact de changements d’habitudes de vie sur la mortalité par cancers et par maladies cardiovasculaires au Canada” under the supervision of Professor Saïd Mekari and Mathieu Bélanger. Congratulations Laurence !
In celebration of the International Day of Sport for Development and Peace on April 6, the IMPACTS Lab is proud to highlight its important contributions to research on physical activity, one of the most prevalent modifiable risk factors for chronic disease and mortality in Canada. The IMPACTS Lab continues its mission to discover the power of lifestyle choices to reduce the burden of chronic disease. It conducts innovative research to develop new knowledge needed to improve interventions to address physical inactivity.click here.For more information on the United Nations Day,