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.
Twenty projects led by research teams from the Faculty of Medicine and affiliated research institutes received the funding in the most recent Project Grant Competition, the CIHR announced Wednesday
Dr. Tom Kovesi, uOttawa pediatrics professor and CHEO respirologist, has joined a 10-year, $15-million project to study the health of 5,000 First Nations children in 50 communities across Canada.
Experts report ‘substantial progress’ in shifting away from animal testing to speedier and less costly testing methods.
The Faculty of Medicine formally recognized its 2019-2020 professorial promotions during a ceremony at Roger Guindon Hall last evening.
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Close-knit Class of ’64 furnishes student lounge to help learners connect—and starts a tradition of giving.
Throughout 2020, the Faculty will share fascinating stories of its beginnings and its ascent to top-ranked institution.
From its humble beginnings in army barracks, to the modern facilities of Roger Guindon Hall, this is the story of how our medical school’s home has changed and grown.
Dr. Fedor Bohatirchuk served as an MD in World Wars I and II, before fleeing the advancing Soviet Army and becoming an anatomy professor at uOttawa’s fledgling medical school.
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