Over 200 presentations at first annual Faculty of Medicine Research Day

Posted on Thursday, October 31, 2019

“In the old days, looking for a mentor was seen as a sign of weakness, when in fact, it’s absolutely invaluable to career development,” said Dr. Wells, a clinician-scientist best known for pioneering clinical prediction rules for the diagnosis of deep vein thrombosis and pulmonary embolism.

“Find people that you respect, get along with, and trust so that you can flourish and really make your career your own.” 

Research Day attracted over 200 entries from learners in  programs including the Bachelor’s degree in Translational and Molecular Medicine, medical school, residency training, and graduate level research.

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