The team of experts applies powerful technology to analyze metabolites in healthy and diseased tissues of the body.
The Executive Committee of the Board of Governors has approved the appointment of Dr. Bernard Jasmin as Dean of the Faculty of Medicine for a five-year term.
This event is more than just a celebration of culture. It is considered a critical component of uOttawa’s first-year Undergraduate Medical Education.
Join the University of Ottawa Brain and Mind Research Institute (uOBMRI) as we showcase exciting advancements in brain research from our talented members.
The Department of Family Medicine training program in Guyana is looking for medical educators from all disciplines to deliver or supervise hour-long remote teaching sessions on a variety of topics.
Have you ever been curious about what it’s like to hold a human heart in the palm of your hands? Or operate a device that removes blood clots in the arteries? Well, now’s your chance.
The Taskforce on Internationalization chaired by Dr. Mark Walker completed an inventory and assessment of all international and global health activities at the Faculty of Medicine.
Taking high doses of folic acid throughout pregnancy does not prevent preeclampsia in high-risk women, according to a large international clinical trial published in The BMJ.
New study in PNAS reveals two-fold increase in estimates of pollution-related mortality.
Dr. Stephen Clarke of the Maler lab walks away with uOttawa award for best PhD thesis.
New paper from the Fullerton lab and colleagues links the metabolism of the common nutrient to the function of important immune cells, possibly to fend off disease.
MD/PhD student Marc-Olivier Deguise is a 2018 recipient of the Canadian Medical Hall of Fame (CMHF) Award for medical students.
uOttawa Faculty of Medicine’s Honours Bachelor of Science in Translational and Molecular Medicine (TMM) is one of the most unique programs in the country.
Immune checkpoint inhibitors are revolutionizing the treatment of cancer, but new research challenges the central dogma of how these drugs work.
The University of Ottawa Faculty of Medicine warmly welcomed its newest students on Tuesday, September 4 at an outdoor orientation session held at Roger Guindon Hall.
Incumbents from the Faculty are poised to answer the call from the distinguished collegium.
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