Gateway recipient of donation from Lighthouse Money Management
Gateway Centre of Excellence in Rural Health was pleased to receive a funding donation from Lighthouse Money Management of Goderich at their monthly board meeting held on September 28th.
The funds received from Lighthouse will be used to support student research projects during the summer of 2019. Gateway actively encourages undergraduate health sciences students, from this area, to conduct health research under the auspices of Gateway’s research chairs and local medical practitioners.
Gateway offers funding for a co-op term or summer job period to enable these students to engage in health research and complete short term projects or be part of a larger research initiative.
Receiving the Lighthouse donation was Dr. Feng Chang, Gateway board chair, Glen Steinson and Dean Whalen prinipals of Lighthouse Money Management and Jay McFarlan, president of Gateway. Gateway Centre of Excellence in Rural Health is a unique Canadian Rural Health entity.
It is dedicated to improving the health and quality of life of rural residents through research, education and communication. Gateway is a not for profit organization and relies on the support of the community to deliver its programs.
Dr. Feng Chang, Glen Steinson, Dean Whalen and Jay McFarlan.