September 30 is National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, a day to commemorate the history and legacy of the residential school system, honour First Nations, Inuit and Métis Residential School Survivors, their families and communities, and reflect on our shared reconciliation journey.
A new paper in Science co-authored by Dr. Richard Naud sheds light on the role of the perirhinal cortex.
Drs. Katalin Toth, Shawn Beug and Marceline Coté are among ten University of Ottawa researchers who were part of the December 16 announcement.
Faculty members, staff and learners submitted more than 70 stories of outstanding humanitarian efforts and achievements in operations to our COVID-19 recognition program.
The first vaccine was administered at 8 a.m. on Tuesday, December 15, to personal support worker Jo-Anne Miner.
A long-time distinguished teacher at the Faculty of Medicine, Dr. Ali Jalali recently won APUO/uOttawa’s Award for Excellence in Teaching for 2019/2020. He shares seven teaching tips for young educators on how to find your footing in academia.
Online awards ceremony pays tribute to 25 laureates for their outstanding achievements
Dr. Karry Felix made the best of COVID-19 by observing Canadian pandemic practices that could help in other countries.
On behalf of Dr. Bernard Jasmin, Dean of the Faculty of Medicine, here are this year’s recipients of the Alumni Awards of Distinction.
Alexandre Messager’s leadership training focusses on authenticity, inclusivity and collaboration.
Clinical research finds spinal or epidural anesthesia is associated with increased survival compared to general anesthesia for leg artery bypass surgery
Budgets, buildings and on-campus learning were hot topics at the Dean's fall town hall.
The program allots a total of $500,000 to 11 projects that aim to accelerate COVID countermeasures and mitigate the spread of the virus and its negative consequences.
Microbiologist Dr. Karam Ramotar spends annual vacation in Guyana, bringing water testing up to code.
Round-the-clock action by residents at Ottawa Public Health has been essential in limiting the spread of COVID-19.
The TRG program promotes research and collaboration between basic scientists and clinical researchers, providing seed funding to test new, innovative ideas and facilitating future grant support.
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