C-section could impact baby’s ability to focus: York U study

TORONTO, August 11 2015 — There can be a difference in how well babies focus attention on an object of interest, depending on whether they were delivered by natural birth or Caesarean section, a recent York University study indicates. “Our research has revealed that being born by a C-section slows a baby’s spatial attention, which […]

CFI awards funding to five York University projects

TORONTO, July 29, 2015 ­­– Five York University researchers have received a total of $566,757 in funding from the Canada Foundation for Innovation (CFI) to support their research projects. Carol Bucking, assistant professor in the Department of Biology, Faculty of Science, will receive $125,000 for a Centre for Integrative Laboratory and Field Physiology. The Centre […]