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Students from the School of Physical & Occupational Therapy (SPOT) and the Department of Biomedical Engineering now share a new course combining the therapist’s goal of maximizing quality of life with the engineer’s pursuit of functionality.
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Clinical education offered by the Ingram School of Nursing (ISoN) recently got a big boost. With their move into new expanded quarters in August 2017, the ISoN is now home to state-of-the-art learning laboratory spaces.
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As the cultural conversation around gender and sexuality changes, how do alumni incorporate it into their work?
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While nearly half of all doctorates and post-docs are women, around one in three make it to assistant professor and one in five to full professor.
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Kathryn Clancy, MEng’16, first delved into the world of 3D printing as a Biomedical Engineering graduate student at McGill.
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Dr. Ervin Podgorsak would kick students out of oral exams, saying “You’re not ready,” remembers Professor Jan Seuntjens, Director of the Medical Physics Unit. “But he loved his students. He was concerned about their futures.”
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Vivien Brown, BA’75, MDCM’79, author of A Woman’s Guide to Healthy Aging, shares her top tips on aging well for women.
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The Faculty of Medicine’s WELL Office expands its reach to include students from the School of Physical & Occupational Therapy, the Ingram School of Nursing and the School of Communication Sciences & Disorders.
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Aaron Rollins,
MDCM’01, tells us where to eat when we are in one of the five cities where he operates plastic surgery clinics.
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Former teacher Jean-Michel Cohalan, BA, MA, now finds himself studying alongside a number of his past students in the Medicine Class of 2019.
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