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 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.
Show your charitable spirit on Dec. 3 by donating to FoM funds
International experience and a passion for science led this epidemiology graduate into a career in global health policy.
PhD student David Jacobs stresses the important role Discovery Day played in his own journey into biomedical sciences at the Faculty.
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.
Nine MD students and one faculty member sacrificed their facial hair to raise money for prostate cancer.
This Remembrance Day, four members of the Armed Forces share their reasons for training at the Faculty to serve as physicians to Canada’s troops.
From massage therapist to medical doctor, Catherine Moran continues her journey of helping those in greatest need.
A core value of teaching and learning is mentorship. Over recent years, the Faculty of Medicine has cultivated a thriving list of mentorship programs led by researchers, clinicians and students.
Nathan Chiarlitti has an incredible passion for medicine, but it was his perseverance and eternal optimism that earned him an acceptance to medical school on his third round of applications.
Research Day attracted entries from learners in programs including the Bachelor’s degree in Translational and Molecular Medicine, medical school, residency training, and graduate level research.
This event encourages young people to explore exciting career options in the health sciences, with over 200 students from secondary schools in Ottawa and surrounding area expected to attend.
Two MD students pursuing medicine as a second career at the Faculty give inspiration on how to realize your passion.
Research on the LRRK2 gene in mice could lead to new treatments and prevention.
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