The authors brought attention to COVID-19 and its potential to aggravate malnutrition through food insecurity and this insecurity’s impact on gut microbiota composition.
At the meeting, Evans brought up how the exec committee “does not put things on the agenda if they don’t want to talk about them.”
Academics were a top concern for students at both UBC campuses.
The licensing agreement will give Eyam exclusive licensing to self-amplifying mRNA vaccine technology, developed by UBC’s immunologist Dr. Wilf Jefferies.
This Acadia Park community effort was started by Dr. Jennifer Katz, an assistant professor of inclusive education at UBC.
Back in April, AMS Food Bank coordinator Cali Schnarr said that while the food bank usually saw 18.5 clients on average per day, the number had increased to 20 to 25 clients per day.