Celebrating your recent achievements

Congratulations to all faculty, staff and trainees on your recent accomplishments and successes.

Fourteen trainees are the recipients of the 2018-2019 Translational Breast Cancer Research Studentships. Congratulations to Oi Wai Chau (April), Veronica Dubois, Natasha Knier, Muhan Liu (Violet), Braeden Medeiros, Olivia Sehl, Olivia Tong, Nivin Nystrom, Owen Hovey, Milica Krstic, Matthew Mouawad, Vy Ngo, Nathan Orlando and Lawrence Yip. Read more

Peyton Schroeder recently completed her MSc in Pathology. She was supervised by Dr. Mike Shkrum, and her thesis is entitled, “The Effects of Child Restraint System Use and Motor Vehicle Collision Severity on Injury Patterns and Severity in Children 8 Years Old and Younger.”

Dr. Matthew D. Morrison, Chief Resident in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, was awarded the Wesley and Jean Dunn Fellowship. He also defended his MSc thesis earlier this year, entitled Kallikrein-Related Peptidases are Dysregulated in Pleomorphic Adenoma.” Morrison was co-supervised by Mark Darling, PhD, and Zia Khan, PhD.

The Medical Council of Canada (MCC) welcomed Dr. Jay Rosenfield, Vice-Dean of Medical Education at Schulich Medicine & Dentistry, as the new Council President. Read more

Dr. Javeed Sukhera, assistant professor in Psychiatry and Paediatrics, received a grant from AMS Healthcare. His project aims to design, implement and evaluate digital stigma reduction curricula which can be scaled and spread across diverse contexts. Read more

Susan Simpson, Neuroscience Program Coordinator, received a 2018 Western Award of Excellence, the highest honour for staff member achievement at the University. Read more

Congratulations to four of the newest fellows of the Canadian Academy of Health Sciences (CAHS) from Schulich Medicine & Dentistry, Drs. Geoffrey Pickering, Janet Pope, Emil Schemitsch and Frank Prato, PhD. CAHS Fellows are nominated by their peers and selected in a competitive process based on their internationally recognized leadership, academic performance, scientific creativity and willingness to serve. Read more