Big night for CoM researchers at SHRF awards

The 14th annual Saskatchewan Health Research Foundation Santé Awards celebration honoured three College of Medicine researchers, and served to highlight the impact of health research in Saskatchewan.

Solving the mysteries of life

The Canadian Light Source (CLS) is celebrating two milestones reached by scientists who have conducted research at the national facility at the University of Saskatchewan.

Welcome to the School of Rehabilitation Science

A lot has changed in the 50 years since the first class of physical therapists graduated from the University of Saskatchewan back in 1967, with another major change coming in the spring.

HIV virus fighter linked to cancer mutations

University of Saskatchewan researchers have found the onset of breast, lung and other cancers may be connected to malfunctions of the immune system as it combats specific viruses such as HIV.

Honourary alumnus commander

Not many budding physicians envision themselves one day joining the military, moving halfway around the world and being deployed to Middle East war zones. But that’s exactly the path Commander Ian Young (MD’92) took.

Soigner en français

Candina talks about her experience in a bilingual clinic - and it was worth effort!

Drawing a curriculum road map

Dr. Regina Taylor-Gjevre, the assistant dean curriculum, has been busy drawing a program road map for the CoM's MD students

Medical school ready for accreditation visit

The College of Medicine is preparing for a much-anticipated full-site accreditation visit this fall, Oct. 29 to Nov. 1, to review the school’s under- graduate medical education (or MD) program.

Health care, anywhere

Providing efficient, effective health care to remote communities isn’t unlike travelling to Mars.

U of S researchers named fellows of CAHS

Three University of Saskatchewan researchers with nationally and internationally recognized contributions in the field of medical science have been appointed fellows of the Canadian Academy of Health Sciences (CAHS), one of the highest honours in Canada’s health sciences community.

Why Physical Therapy?

Neha, a physiotherapy student, explains what drew her to the career and to U of S

Working for change

Palak Suryavanshi is one of many students helping the college to prepare for the October accreditation visit

Training, networking, and exploring Europe

Who can imagine that in a period of three weeks you could learn so much, could make deep connections with the researchers from 18 countries, and have so many varied experiences?

Examining elderly bullying

Dr. Goodridge and her team have been looking into the prevalence of peer-to-peer bullying in seniors' communities in Saskatoon

A day with dignitaries

As one of three 2017 Youth Indspire Award recipients, Josh Butcher shares his experiences in Ottawa for the award ceremony

New MS Chair looking forward to his role

Dr. Levin just moved to Canada to take up the position of the new Saskatchewan Multiple Sclerosis Clinical Research Chair, and he's looking forward to the transition

Interprofessional team claims Provost's Prize

An interdisciplinary team from the College of Nursing, School of Physical Therapy, the College of Pharmacy and Nutrition and the College of Medicine, have been named as the recipients

Picture the future of imaging

A collaborative research project with the Department of Computer Science could potentially improve the accuracy of thyroid nodule diagnosis

Volunteering found Negraeff

As part of the University of Saskatchewan’s Alumni Association Centennial, the university is creating profiles on some notable alum volunteers.

A shock to the system

Ongoing research at the CoM could potentially help to repair demyelinated central nerves