Ana is an incredible cook - her engineering brain works magic in the kitchen. We are all personally glad to see her with more tools for food creation!
MFM Lab Team members head to Michigan to participate in the Pelvic Floor Research Day. Check out the Pelvic Floor Research Group at Michigan Medicine that hosts this wonderful gathering of minds and ideas! https://medicine.umich.edu/dept/obgyn/research/programs-units/pelvic-floor-research-group
What: uOttawa Vigil marking the 30th Anniversary of the Polytechnique Massacre and the National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women https://www.uottawa.ca/gazette/en/news/remembering-them-uottawa-commemorates-victims-montreal-massacre Where: Courtyard between the STEM Complex and Marion Hall, off Louis-Pasteur Private When: Friday, December 6, 2019, at 4:30 p.m.
The MFM Lab is excited to be working with the following Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program (UROP) Scholarship recipients: Junyi Wang (4th year Software Engineering), Zeina Maan (2nd year Biomedical Mechanical Engineering), and Spencer Korol (3rd year Health Sciences). Congratulations! Click "Read More" below to Learn more about the UROP at U Ottawa! [...]
The OBGYN Academy, a non-for-profit educational resource, is putting out a series of videos to teach about Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy. From "What to expect at Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy" to "Overview of the Pelvic Floor Assessment" and more! To view the first episode or link to all episodes, click "Read More" below!
Dr.McLean really enjoyed attending as well as participating in this conference! She was in a roundtable discussion on musculoskeletal pain as well as presenting "Evaluation and Monitoring of Pelvic Floor Dysfunction: Intersection between Technology and Physical Exam". Dr.McLean seen here with session moderator Amy Stein (left), and Carolyn VanDyken (middle) who also presented in the Musculoskeletal Pain and Dysfunction Roundtable. For the link to the International Pelvic Pain Society's website, click "Read More" below!
A collaboration between a pain scientist (Lorimer Mosely), a hipster pain physio (David Moen) and a professional communicator (Sam Chisholm). "Be brave and have hope, because it is possible to tame the beast". To get links, click on "Read More" below to the right!