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.
After escaping war-torn Hungary with only a rucksack, Dr. Margaret “Mama” Beznak left a legacy of excellence as a cardiac physiologist and long-time chair of uOttawa’s Department of Physiology.
Dr. Jennifer Phillips and Dr. Katerina Nikolitch receive CIHR funding to study the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the mental health of medical residents.
Hospital cleaning staff will share their experiences on the front lines of the pandemic in a Canada-wide research project led by Dr. Marie-Hélène Chomienne.
Epidemiologist Dr. Ian Colman finds teens much more likely to harm themselves when they know someone who has.
The rheumatologist has dedicated his career to reducing health inequalities and improving evidence-based medicine.
Dr. Mireille Ouimet investigates promising avenues to reverse narrowed arteries
Founding faculty member Dr. Léonard Bélanger shares his insights in this excerpt from an essay first published in the 1953 Aesculapiad yearbook.
BioCanRx, Canada’s Immunotherapy Network, today announced funding of $10M for 14 research projects and eight core and biomanufacturing facilities across the country.
Fifteen projects led by research teams from the Faculty of Medicine and affiliated research institutes received the funding in the most recent Project Grant Competition.
Study led by head and neck surgeon shows that a locally-developed spit test can detect the COVID-19 virus.
At Health Canada’s Science Town Hall, scientists give decisionmakers the latest news about risks, reinfection, and the prospects of a vaccine.
Lysine acetylation is abundant in the human gut and differs in Crohn’s patients.
The inaugural grants support multidisciplinary artificial intelligence applications in health and medicine.
Dr. Daniel Corsi and Dr. Mark Walker published their findings in the prestigious medical journal Nature Medicine.
By studying neuronal stem cells, Sébastien Denize searches for the key to recovery from a condition that has afflicted his family.
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