Dr. Michael Downey’s recent publication in Cell Reports titled “A Screen for Candidate Targets of Lysine Polyphosphorylation Uncovers a Conserved Network Implicated in Ribosome Biogenesis” is an example of the importance and potential of basic science research.
Every year the Faculty of Medicine chooses one artist from the community to share his or her craft with first- and second-year MD students. 2018 will be a year of creative movement at Roger Guindon Hall.
On Sunday, June 3 the Faculty of Medicine will offer two guided tours to the public. One highlighting research into Parkinson’s Disease, the other showcasing our work investigating infections and inflammatory diseases.