December 2019 Newsletter

  • decorative imageThe power of storytelling
    Bruce Seet, PhD’02, believes in the power of storytelling. It’s how and why he created the Science To Business Network, which helps graduate trainees learn from the stories of others, as well as create their own.

  • decorative imageYou have a concussion – now what?
    Dr. Lisa Fischer debunks concussion myths and outlines best practices, policies and guidelines around concussion care. Watch the first video in the School’s new series, Brainstorm: Straight Talk on Concussion.

  • decorative imageAdvocating for a fertility-friendly future
    Named to Canada’s Top 40 under 40 for 2019, Fertility Specialist Dr. Caitlin Dunne, MD’08, was recognized for her advocacy and passion for women’s health.

  • decorative imageReturn journey
    Sarah Mattonen, PhD’16, is a new faculty member at Schulich Medicine & Dentistry. The cancer imaging scientist is working with the same interdisciplinary research group that she trained with as a graduate student.

  • decorative imageStories of service
    Faculty and learners have used their medical and dental training to support the Canadian military for generations – serving their country in times of war, conflict and peace. The School recently profiled their contributions in a special online series.

  • decorative imageHow do you measure a year?
    Dr. Davy Cheng, Acting Dean, shares the accomplishments and challenges that made the past 365 days rewarding and pride-filled.

  • decorative imageDelivering an extraordinary experience
    Dr. Bertha Garcia, Dentistry’s Vice Dean & Director, shares how the teams in Dentistry are working together to deliver on strategic plan goals and enrich the learning and care experience.

  • decorative imageAdvocacy, awards and new facilities
    Faculty members shed light on Canada’s first vaping-related lung injury, the Office of Military Academic Medicine opens, leadership changes and more. Find out what has been happening at the School and University during the past few months.

  • decorative imageNominations are open for 2020
    Nominate a former classmate, colleague or friend who has made an outstanding contribution to the School, the community or their profession through the Alumni of Distinction Awards. Presentation of the awards will be made during the 2020 Homecoming Weekend.

  • decorative imageThe rivalry continues
    Join Jona Szakacs, Theodora Imbrogno, Coach Ken Wright and the entire Mighty Dents hockey team when they take on the University of Toronto for the 13th annual ODA President’s Cup on April 4. And save the date for alumni receptions taking place this spring.

  • Alumni Announcements
    Announcements and updates from our alumni community.