May 2016 Newsletter

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    Celebrating Excellence

    More than 150 award recipients, family members, friends, and colleagues representing the School's academic and community partnerships broke bread and toasted the honorees at the annual Awards of Excellence - Windsor Campus event. The evening was capped off with a special tribute to the graduating Class of 2016.

  • decorative imageTraditions and transitions
    The spring months have brought with them some traditional celebrations as we celebrate our faculty, staff and students, and watch as many of our students transition into new phases of their academic careers, while others graduate and move on to residency.

  • decorative imageConnection to the community
    Windsor Campus students have been engaged in a number of activities connecting them to the community; from Head for a Cure and Play for a Cure to Tachycardia, students were busy.

  • decorative imagePreparing for the future
    The summer will offer time to reflect and recharge, and provide you with a chance to plan ahead. Being prepared helps to reduce stress and anxiety - especially when dealing with change.

  • decorative imageDunks for Dialysis - Giving back
    Schulich Medicine students got their game on with the Dunks for Dialysis basketball game held at Massey High School on April 1. The annual community event kicked off the annual fundraising appeal in support of the Care for Kidney's Foundation.

  • decorative imageAchieving strategic goals
    Watch the latest Dean's Video Newsletter featuring Drs. Michael Strong and George Kim sharing the latest news about Distributed Education.

  • decorative imageSchulich Medicine shines at history conference
    Asma Amir Ali joined 13 of her classmates at the recent History of Medicine Days Conference in Calgary. It was a record number of participants for Schulich Medicine.

  • decorative imageFaculty spotlight: Dr. Lenna Morgan - Paediatrics
    Schulich Medicine alumnus Dr. Lenna Morgan has been a faculty member since 1992. We sat down with her to learn more about her roles as teacher and clinician and the joy she receives in doing both.

  • decorative imageResident Spotlight: Dr. Sarah Felder - Family Medicine
    Encouraged to pursue medical studies as a result of the MedLINCS program, Dr. Felder continues to be inspired by her patients and her colleagues throughout her residency in Windsor.

  • decorative imagePassion and practice
    Brenda McLaughlin's passion for education has taken her from the simulation lab to missions in Africa and Central America which ultimately enriches the learning experiences of her students.

  • decorative imageEmbracing the past and building for the future
    Danielle Soulliere learned of her Metis heritage eight years ago. She embraced her heritage and began to give back as a volunteer, mentor and student leader.

  • decorative imageA reflection from Dr. Amit Bagga, President, Essex County Medical Society
    Life is about striving for balance...possibly searching for the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow.

  • decorative imageSchulich-UWindsor Opportunities for Research Excellence Program
    This summer, 10 Windsor Campus students will participate in the Schulich-UWindsor Opportunities for Research Excellence Program. Their research will cover a wide range of topics from prostate cancer to diiferential diagnosis of epilepsy and psychogenic non-epiletptic seizures.