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With a quirky theme inspired by the periodic table of elements, the uOttawa Faculty of Medicine celebrated the achievements of its learners, researchers, educators and staff.
The study is the first to show that the natural stiffening of the ovaries called fibrosis occurs with age, and suggests that diabetes drug metformin may be able to halt this process.
Two MD students pursuing medicine as a second career at the Faculty give inspiration on how to realize your passion.
uOttawa Faculty of Medicine’s Indigenous Celebration took place at the Wabano Centre for Aboriginal Health on September 11, where new MD students gathered to experience and learn about Indigenous cultures.
Research on the LRRK2 gene in mice could lead to new treatments and prevention.
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