Dr. Sarah Forgie, associate professor infectious diseases, is one of the faculty’s five 3M national teaching award winners and one of the more than 600 tenure track faculty members.
Former medical student Cameron Sklar examines a patient in a youth clinic he helped develop in a rural community through a faculty initiative called the Integrated Community Clerkship.
The Faculty of Medicine & Dentistry has 20 departments, five stand-alone divisions, eight research groups and 15 centres and institutes.
As director of Transplant Infectious Diseases, Dr. Atul Humar focuses on preventing, diagnosing and treating infectious diseases in transplant patients.
Shea Eagle Bear and Alan Pickard are enrolled in the Indigenous Health Initiatives Program, which supports Aboriginal students and promotes health care to Indigenous People in Canada.
Alumnus Dr. Ray Comeau (MD ’80) and student Roshan Abraham travelled to Kenya to work with patients with anthrax, leukemia, tuberculosis and other chronic conditions.