Having the opportunity to dissect during her undergraduate training inspired award-winning PhD Candidate Sonya Van Nuland to analyze the more modern ways of teaching clinical anatomy.
A rising star in cancer research In this Q&A, we talk with Aaron Ward, PhD, about his path to success in academia, the enjoyment he gets from working with trainees, and why campaigns like Movember actually make an impact.
What are we searching for? A survey found 10 things we all want from life. But can a positive state of mind help us achieve those goals? Andrew Watson, PhD, addresses the question.
Thank you, and farewell In his final message for Current Affairs, Alex Moszczynski reflects on the success that the Graduate Students Council has recently had and looks ahead to the future.
Advancing medical physics, one page at a time In a collaborative effort, faculty members, trainees and alumni worked on the series Advances in Medical Physics, designed to offer findings in medical radiation science and technology.
Keeping warm all winter long Purchase your one-of-a-kind Schulich Medicine & Dentistry toque and keep warm all winter long. These toques are only $24 and come in two different styles, with a pom-pom and without.
Celebrating our achievements Congratulations to Andrew Deweyert, Yewei Jiang, Colin Venner, Kai Wang, Julie Wallis and several other graduate trainees and postdoctoral fellows at Schulich Medicine & Dentistry on their recent achievements.
Video: Lung Imaging at Robarts Research Institute Grace Parraga, PhD, and her team have developed an innovative imaging technique to change the way chronic lung diseases are understood and treated. The technique shatters previously held beliefs about diseases like asthma and COPD.
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