Recognized as one of the top medical schools in North America, McGill University’s Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences has a long tradition of excellence. Founded in 1829, it was McGill’s first faculty and the first medical faculty in Canada. As Canada's leading medical research university, McGill has been at the helm of breakthroughs in areas such as biomedical science, epigenetics, neuroscience, and stem cells and regenerative medicine. Through its numerous departments, institutes, and units, and its six main schools—Biomedical Sciences, Communication Sciences and Disorders, Medicine, Nursing, Physical & Occupational Therapy, and Population & Global Health—McGill fosters an environment where collaboration and technology provide fertile ground for the best and brightest.
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