Dr. Rose Goldstein
Dr. Rose Goldstein joined McGill University as Vice-Principal (Research and International Relations) as of December 1, 2010.
Prior to returning to McGill, Dr. Goldstein held the position of Vice-President (Research) at the University of Calgary. She received her Bachelor of Science from McGill in 1975 as well as her medical degree in 1979. She trained in Internal Medicine at the Universities of Toronto and Ottawa and completed her training in Rheumatology at the University of Ottawa and the University of Texas at Houston.
Dr. Goldstein's clinical activities include general rheumatology with an interest in osteoporosis and women’s health. She has been a Career Scientist of the Ontario Ministry of Health and an Arthritis Society Research Scholar in the area of immunogenetics. From 2003 to 2007, Dr. Goldstein served as Vice-Dean, Academic Affairs, in the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Ottawa. In 2001, Dr. Goldstein became the founding director of the Ottawa Academic Health Sciences Leadership Program.
As a clinician scientist, Dr. Goldstein has held a series of research grants in the area of immunogenetics of rheumatic disease and cellular basis of rheumatoid arthritis. She has served on editorial boards and scientific review panels in her area of research. She has also received grants to support her work in medical education, including exploration of gender and health topics in the training of medical students, and the study of conflict resolution in health care and medical education.