Dean's Talk Archive

From cancer and infectious diseases, to wearable technology and advance life planning, research undertaken at the Cumming School of Medicine is helping to create the future of health each day.

How do we improve the health care system?



Fiona Clement, PhD

Heart surgery was the final frontier



Paul Fedak, MD, PhD

Leading the largest academic germ free facility in the world

Kathy McCoy, PhD

Cancer and aging

 



Tara Beattie, PhD

Human and clinical genomics

 

Dr.  Francois Bernier

Personalizing Breast Cancer Care:

(R)Evolution from biology to tailored treatment

Dr. Sunil Verma

MEDICINE: From superstition to precision

Dr. Jon Meddings

From Woodchucks to the World Health Organization (WHO)

Dr. Carla Coffin

Cancer Researcher focusing on Oncolytic Viruses

Doug Mahoney, PhD

Changing trauma care

in Canada and around the world

Dr. Chad Ball

Lying and Dying:

The future of health care

Dr. Jessica Simon

Causes of modern

diseases in modern times

Dr. Gil Kaplan

This is your brain on PTSD:

The future of health care

Matthew Hill, PhD

Beyond wearable technology:

The promise of connected health care

Dr. Breanne Everett

Heart Health  

Do you know your Framingham Risk Score?

Dr. Todd Anderson

Lab work saves lives

Why study infections? 

Paul Kubes, PhD

Research matters

To health and health care

Dr. Jon Meddings