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.
Dr. Ruth Slack and her team imagine a world where brain tissue, once injured, has a better chance of survival — and is even capable of regenerating.
Dr. Roger Zemek led the development of the first comprehensive pediatric concussion guidelines in the world, providing a “one-stop-shop” for carers.
Dr. Kym Boycott studies rare inherited neurological diseases in an effort to bring improved diagnostics and patient care to clinical practice.
Dr. Stephen Ferguson would like to send a signal to neurodegenerative diseases like Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s – that he’s fighting back by better understanding cellular communication.
Canada’s first Indigenous forensic pathologist found her career path in her first month of medical school after hearing a professor’s simple explanation about how cells change.
Dr. Antoine Hakim shares seven rules for preventing dementia in his new book, Préservez votre vitalité mentale.
Within the last decade, researchers have found that the adult brain can continue to generate neurons throughout life because of the presence of neural stem cells.
Faculty of Medicine Receives Important IDRC Maternal Child Health Grant
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