Class of MD 2020 valedictorians Dr. Carter William Lim and Dr. Alexandre Rochon were the first in Faculty of Medicine history to deliver their address in pajamas and jeans.
Teaching with enthusiasm is essential for instilling in students a thirst for knowledge, says the structural biologist.
Pilot trial inspires national study in 11 hospitals.
In collaboration with current student leaders of the low socio-economic status (LSES) program, uOttawa's MD Program will implement another phase in its social accountability mandate.
We are lucky to have so many deserving candidates—please consider nominating one of your colleagues, teachers, or mentors by June 30, 2019.
Congratulations to all of our members on their recent success in the NSERC Discovery Grants competition!
Adding mentorship to her 12-hour days of research and study wasn’t easy, but Taylor Jamieson is helping to make a difference in the lives of indigenous youth. The proof is in their acceptance letters.
Why Faculty of Medicine alum and former Gee-Gee Dr. Barrett Adams stays so connected to his alma mater after all these years.
Jennifer Dale, recipient of a President’s Award for Service Excellence, was among our celebrated Faculty of Medicine support staff.
Thousands of Canadians enjoy better vision thanks to the achievements of the 2019 winner of the Méritas Tabaret Award for Alumni Achievement, Dr. Rosa Braga-Mele (MD ’93).
Raphaël Rivière (MD2019) reflects on his journey to becoming a physician -- a story that demonstrates the true power of perseverance.
The University of Ottawa and its affiliated research institutes received more than $2.6 million in this inaugural competition for the New Frontiers in Research Fund.
Dr. Julian Little of the School of Epidemiology and Public Health is a leader in human-genome epidemiology.
A world-class research hub at uOttawa’s Faculty of Medicine has been named in memory of a late faculty member and renowned surgeon.
The stem cell researcher plans to evaluate the Institute’s strengths and values to attract top talent and shape research priorities.
New findings from Dr. Ian Colman, associate professor at the Faculty of Medicine’s School of Epidemiology and Public Health, now challenge the idea that people are more depressed during winter.
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