A unique student volunteer program at the MUHC allows young volunteers — aged 14 years and older — to learn new skills and to explore different career options in the health sector, as well as volunteer in different areas of the hospital, such as geriatrics, dialysis and radiology.
A new study to be published in tomorrow's New England Journal of Medicine shows that United States investment in tuberculosis (TB) treatment abroad saves lives and money at home.
Generous endowment to university from alumnus Jake Eberts will attract and support indigenous students. The First Peoples' House is a major beneficiary.
Hematologist Jean-Pierre Routy to lead trial study that lures HIV out of cells, then zaps it with epilepsy drug valproic acid with astonishing results.
Anthropologist Ronald Niezen is a foremost expert in North American aboriginal affairs, and a delegate for the Grand Council of the Crees at Geneva.
First Peoples' House secretary remembers the pivotal events of 15 years ago, commemorated on campus this summer.
Student volunteers clean up their own backyard, meet with community members.
Pharmacogenomics Centre sizes up your genes and tailors your drugs.
Oh, the pain of being a boy... or a girl! Pain specialist Jeffrey Mogil examines how the sexes are wired differently when it comes to feeling the hurt.
Alas poor Yorick, how much I can learn from your skull... Richard Fraser digs up Army Medical Museum bone collection, formerly used for teaching purposes, for Osler Library exhibit.