The Master of Public Health program received its accreditation for five years from the Council on Education for Public Health (CEPH).
Western University and the University of Windsor extended their affiliation agreement for the operation of the Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry – Windsor Campus for a 10-year period.
Female surgery faculty and residents from Schulich Medicine gathered in operating rooms at London hospitals to add their voices to a global rallying cry for women surgeons.
Michelle Quaye and Gunjan Mhapankar, Medicine Class of 2020, were chosen as two of the 10 Western University students taking part in the first-ever GlobalMINDS Summer Institute in Machakos Town, Kenya.
Drs. Davy Cheng and Janet Martin are co-leading a new WHO Collaborative Centre through the Centre for Medical Evidence, Decision Integrity & Clinical Impact at Schulich Medicine & Dentistry.
The new Dentistry Simulation Laboratory opened its doors to first-and second-year students, replacing the older clinic constructed in 1968.
Western University’s BrainsCAN initiative received a $66-million investment from the Canada First Research Excellence Fund – the largest research grant in the University’s history.
A unique educational session focusing on the much debated assisted-dying Bill C-14, was added to the undergraduate medical school curriculum in the fall of 2016.
Dr. Marat Slessarev, PhD through discussion. Candidate, and Charles Yin, MD/PhD Candidate are the 2017 Vanier Scholarship recipients at Schulich Medicine & Dentistry.
From developing state-of-the-art techniques to image bones and joints while in motion, to helping more people receive a kidney transplant, researchers at Schulich Medicine & Dentistry were awarded close to $30 million in funding.