Dr. Lisa Fischer debunks concussion myths and outlines best practices, policies and guidelines around concussion care in the first video of the School’s new, four-part series, Brainstorm: Straight Talk on Concussion.
BioMedical Research Facility – on track With the new BioMedical Research Facility on track to break ground in February 2020, faculty and staff can expect to see work beginning on a few enabling projects and may encounter some minor changes to parking in the Medical Science lot.
Rapport Magazine now available The 2019 issue of Rapport Magazine is hitting newsstands this week. Read the magazine online and find out more about new approaches to education, the challenges facing senior care in Canada and how the School’s alumni are shaking up the status quo around the world.
Lauren Flynn named a member of College of New Scholars Congratulations to Lauren Flynn, PhD, who was named a member of the College of New Scholars. Part of the Royal Society of Canada, College membership represents the emerging generation of scholarly, scientific and artistic leadership in Canada.
The real low-down on diabetes Schulich Medicine & Dentistry’s Diabetes Alliance received more than $1 million to lead a global, real-world study on diabetes-related hypoglycemia.
Academic appointments During the summer months, several academic appointments and re-appointments were announced. Congratulations to Drs. Davy Cheng, Tracey Crumley, Gregory Gloor, Ian Hons, George Kim, Lena Palaniyappan, Robbie Stein, Brad Urquhart, Chris Watling and Eric Wong.
Dr. Firas Al-Dhaher is hoping to inspire rural-based health research By exploring issues of access and availability for rural patients, Dr. Firas Al-Dhaher is hoping to inspire rural-based health research. As the Site Director for the Petrolia Medical Clinic, he sees an under-serviced patient population, one that faces distinct socio-economic concerns and limited access to health care resources.
My six-word story PGY5 Urology resident Dr. Roderick Clark shares the advice he would give his younger self.
Media Releases Media coverage throughout the summer featured research on how mutations in tRNA may play a role in disease, predictors of substance abuse in pregnancy and why cannabis produces radically different effects in different individuals.
Welcome to a new academic year New Medicine and Dentistry students began their professional journey with the traditional White Coat Ceremony and enjoyed a week of firsts and celebration as they became acquainted with their peers and faculty.
Social Media Resources Looking to enhance your academic social media presence? These resources, tools and guidelines will help you get started.
Website Checklist Are you updating your website? A checklist will help you with your reviews before you go live.
Events “Medicare ends once you leave the doctor’s office with your prescription in hand.” Dr. Danyaal Raza, MD’09, joins us for the Dean's Distinguished Lecture on October 19 to discuss the fight for prescription drugs.