Dr. Samuel Asfaha, Dr. Arlene MacDougall, Dr. Sandrine deRibaupierre, Dr. Christopher McIntyreA new breed of clinician-research

Clinician-researchers have been a part of Schulich Medicine & Dentistry’s core for decades. With a recent push to focus on translational research, and to take part in more collaborative projects, a new breed has emerged—they are vibrant, open-minded, and full of exciting new ideas that will, undoubtedly, change the course of medicine.

Dr. Jeff Dixon, DDS’77, PhD; Cheryle Séguin, Msc’01, PhD; Frank Beier, PhD in hallwayStrength in numbers

Musculoskeletal diseases are a massive economic and health burden to Canadians and people across the world. Researchers at Schulich Medicine & Dentistry are teaming up to solve the mysteries behind endemic diseases that are eroding the foundation of the human body

Eric Arts in labTeaming up to solve the HIV puzzle

Eric Arts grew up near London and did his undergraduate degree at Schulich Medicine & Dentistry. Now he’s a leading HIV researcher, and Chair of the Department of Microbiology and Immunology

Dr. Anthony TangThe heart of the matter

Dr. Anthony Tang leads CANet, a new $26.3-million, Canada-wide network focused on improving arrhythmia care

Saad Chahine, PhDBringing a new perspective into focus

Saad Chahine, PhD, has always been fascinated by architecture. As a high school student he drew sketches of buildings to understand complex mathematical concepts.