The team of experts applies powerful technology to analyze metabolites in healthy and diseased tissues of the body.
Would you like to support the Faculty of Medicine? There are many ways you can give, whether through a one-time donation, a legacy gift, the creation of a scholarship or a gift-in-kind.
In April 1945, the University of Ottawa had three good reasons why the time was right to start a medical school — and three good reasons why it wasn’t.
A magic show, a holiday-themed photo booth, and a slew of awards created a festive atmosphere at the Staff Appreciation Luncheon December 13.
A caring, positive individual, Ryan had a passion for supporting and mentoring medical students.
On December 4, 2019, students and faculty members were honoured for outstanding academic achievements.
Complete the simple nomination process by noon on December 3rd.
Show your charitable spirit on Dec. 3 by donating to FoM funds
Faculty members can access these programs to improve their skills, build their networks, and advance their careers.
Dr. Bernard Jasmin, dean of medicine, gave the latest news on research revenues, rankings and renovations, while soliciting feedback on the newly-released strategic plan.
International experience and a passion for science led this epidemiology graduate into a career in global health policy.
Join Dean Bernard Jasmin and faculty historian Dr. Susan Lamb at the kickoff luncheon Jan. 8, 2020, to discover the fascinating and improbable story of the men and women who founded our faculty.
PhD student David Jacobs stresses the important role Discovery Day played in his own journey into biomedical sciences at the Faculty.
The Faculty of Medicine distinguished professor says he won’t rest until his approach to immunotherapy is a standard of care for cancer.
The imaging experts at CBIA can help lead your research where you’ve never gone before.
Dr. Jasmin’s leadership and initiative have led to numerous international partnerships.
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