Doors Open Ottawa, 2019: All are welcome for a rare peek inside Faculty of Medicine labs
On Sunday, June 2, 2019 members of the public are invited to the uOttawa Faculty of Medicine for Doors Open Ottawa. A variety of 30-minute tours and workshops will take place between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m., giving guests a taste of life at Ottawa’s only Faculty of Medicine.
While exploring the hallways of Roger Guindon Hall, you might learn how yeast is a supermodel of biomedical research; get to know some of the genomics and stem cell research taking place in your own backyard; and meet the scientists investigating ticks and Lyme disease in our city parks. These are just a few examples of our work that will be on display!
Doors Open Ottawa is an annual event that gives members of the community access to buildings they might not otherwise have a chance to see. In addition to tours at the Faculty of Medicine, our visitors will be treated to interactive demonstrations (in French and English), information booths, and activities for children. Two MD students will also be on hand to answer questions for anyone curious about applying to medical school and training to become a doctor.
All members of the public are welcome to attend. This event is also a great way for our own Faculty of Medicine community to share their work with friends and family. It is also a chance for prospective students to learn more about our programs.
Doors Open Ottawa, uOttawa Faculty of Medicine
Sunday, June 2, 2019 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Roger Guindon Hall
451 Smyth Road, Ottawa Ontario, K1H 8M5
Call for volunteers
This event wouldn’t be possible without the support of dozens of volunteers, who believe in sharing the Faculty of Medicine’s good work with the community. If you’re interested in joining us as a volunteer for this year’s event, please email Catherine Dumoulin: firstname.lastname@example.org
Founded in 1945, uOttawa's Faculty of Medicine is a leader in medical education and research. With 1,000+ rooms including labs and state-of-the-art facilities, RGN is home to physicians-in-training, aspiring scientists, and some of Canada's top researchers.