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. Marceline Côté and her team have discovered a druggable pathway the virus uses to trick its way into our organs.
MSc student and Trevor Noah superfan Chisom Okwor uses scientific research to challenge health inequalities.
As vice-dean of Faculty Affairs, Dr. Sharon Whiting believes the Faculty of Medicine is on track toward greater equity, diversity and inclusion.
Ottawa physicians are supporting family practice anesthesia colleagues in Nunavut to keep patients in their own communities for care—a partnership that is controlling costs, reducing cultural and language barriers, and easing stress on families.
The Faculty of Medicine formally recognized its 2020-2021 professorial promotions on January 28 via virtual ceremony .
Mental Health First Aid training provides faculty and supervisors with the skills to help learners in distress.
Updates from the Executive Leadership Team on priority populations for social accountability, a proposed new Health Sciences library, revised terms of reference for ELT/SLT and more.
The first-ever virtual Awards in Education recognized 118 outstanding learners and teachers of 2020.
Tuberculosis, Crohn’s disease, leukemia, and Parkinson’s disease are among the targets of the collaborative research.
Long a respected voice in pediatric infectious disease and vaccines, Dr. Noni MacDonald founded MicroResearch International to support local people to become researchers in Africa and Asia.
Dr. Lise Bjerre has been named the first University of Ottawa and Institut du Savoir Montfort Chair in Family Medicine.
Dr. Jeremy Grimshaw will co-lead the network to synthesize Canadian evidence and provide knowledge to federal, provincial and territorial players.
Dr. Ari Breiner aims to connect patients, clinicians, and basic science researchers, enabling a flow of research material to scientists and novel treatments to patients.
CIHR recognizes outstanding reviewers, and the Faculty of Medicine launches its call for Internal Review participants.
Dr. Damien D’Amours and his team have opened a window into the cause of a rare genetic disorder that causes mortality in young children.
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