Faculty of Medicine celebrated alumni achievements at Homecoming Weekend, Sept 15-17
This year’s Homecoming Weekend at the uOttawa Faculty of Medicine welcomed graduates from 1952 to 2017 and celebrated with three days of activities featuring a Dean’s Reception, an awards ceremony, a golf tournament, a professional development session, and a hearty brunch.
New Faculty of Medicine students get to know their classmates, professors and the Dean
For the first year ever, students from the Faculty’s Undergraduate Medical Education (UGME), Postgraduate Medical Education (PGME), Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies, Ottawa-Shanghai Joint School of Medicine and Translational and Molecular Medicine programs all attended the same orientation, where they were able to meet peers across many specializations and disciplines.
Medical students from Shanghai visit uOttawa to begin their medical studies
Thirteen students from the Ottawa-Shanghai Joint School of Medicine (OSJSM) based in China arrived at uOttawa Faculty of Medicine for the 2017 OSJSM summer school that marks the beginning of their medical education. Upon completing the summer school, these students will enroll in the two-week Introduction Unit of the uOttawa UGME program along with first-year MD students at the Faculty of Medicine.
uOttawa Faculty of Medicine launches online fundraising campaign this fall
uOttawa Faculty of Medicine’s Advancement Office is organizing a 24-hour fundraising blitz on Saturday, September 16 whereby supporters are encouraged to donate during a “Day to Give Back” to the Faculty within a 24-hour campaign period.
uOttawa Faculty of Medicine launches first-ever Medicine and Humanities International Program with partners from Shanghai and Lyon
The University of Ottawa Faculty of Medicine welcomes students and professors from Shanghai and Lyon to take part in the first-ever Medicine and Humanities International Program (MHIP) from July 4 to July 14 in Ottawa.
Dr. Jacques Bradwejn shares gratitude and wisdom as he completes his term as uOttawa Dean of Medicine
As he completes his term this June, Dr. Bradwejn shares his insights on the future of medical education, how he defines leadership, some personal words of wisdom, and what is next for his expansive career as a professor, researcher and practicing psychiatrist.
An international approach to neuromuscular disease
Dr. Bernard Jasmin, vice-dean research at the University of Ottawa Faculty of Medicine, and his French colleague, Professor Laurent Schaeffer of the Université Claude Bernard Lyon 1, are launching a joint international neuromuscular research partnership, thanks to an agreement signed this week.