For nearly five years, a cardiovascular researcher and professor at uOttawa Faculty of Medicine has been Canada's chief science advisor, providing expert advice to the prime minister and other federal decision-makers.
The Mark and Gail Marcogliese Graduate Fellowship helps fund some of the most innovative ideas in neuroscience and paves the way to advances.
Reconnect with friends, recognize significant milestones and raise a glass to our Faculty’s successes!
Alum Dr. Jeffrey Weitz explains why supporting Indigenous learners can improve care for all Canadians.
An emergency physician, alumnus and Canadian Forces physician and veteran remembers those who have paid the ultimate price for our safety and freedom.
Dr. Yipeng Ge gains invaluable first-hand experience providing medical care through a state of emergency during his five-year residency program in public health and preventive medicine.
The uOttawa alumnus reflects on the Faculty’s role in his trajectory to Ontario’s top doctor.
On behalf of Dr. Bernard Jasmin, dean of the Faculty of Medicine, here are the 2021 recipients of the Alumni Awards of Distinction.
This June 10, join the University of Ottawa in celebrating the recipients of the 2020 and 2021 Alumni Association Awards of Excellence, including five members from the Faculty of Medicine.
Dr. Denise Werker (MD 1980) has pledged a legacy gift to help fund uOttawa medical students and residents who pursue public health with a focus on serving vulnerable populations in Canada and abroad.
Alumnus brings his unique perspective and popularity with Canadians to his candidacy to lead the Canadian Medical Association.
Long a respected voice in pediatric infectious disease and vaccines, Dr. Noni MacDonald founded MicroResearch International to support local people to become researchers in Africa and Asia.
On behalf of Dr. Bernard Jasmin, Dean of the Faculty of Medicine, here are this year’s recipients of the Alumni Awards of Distinction.
By studying neuronal stem cells, Sébastien Denize searches for the key to recovery from a condition that has afflicted his family.
Alumnus Dr. Hugh Robertson combines medicine, music and the magic of sharing one’s successes.
Married class of 2000 grads Dr. Kirsten Miller and Dr. Justin Lo are inspired by their own good fortune to help young medical students.
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