Start 29 November, 2022, 11 30 AM
End 12 30 PM
Start 29 November, 2022, 12 PM
End 1 30 PM
Start 1 December, 2022, 12 PM
End 1 PM
McMaster's Centre for Metabolism, Obesity and Diabetes Research biweekly seminar series highlights advancements in basic science and clinical research. The series aims to provide a space for experts to showcase their work and promote exchange of knowledge and collaboration.
The Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine has an international reputation for its pioneering three-year program based on small group, problem-based study and early introduction to the clinical experience.
The School of Nursing is a leader in innovation in nursing education, renowned for developing and enhancing capacity for nursing education around the globe while delivering high-quality, student-centred education programs at home.
January 14, 2020
It started with a shave and a conversation about the weather. That’s the moment Doug Oliver cites as the beginning of his career in health care. Now, he is focused on improving the health of older adults in his role as a respected physician researcher working in downtown Hamilton.
November 20, 2019
Hsien Seow was six when his mother, Suat-Tein, was diagnosed with breast cancer. She died four years later. The close-knit family that included Seow’s father and older brother wasn’t prepared for her death, holding out hope as doctors had suggested until the last week of her life.
November 18, 2019
Clinical research trials on optimal radiation treatments for breast cancer often take years, and without any guarantee of meaningful outcomes. But Timothy Whelan perseveres, driven by a singular factor, and that is the patient. “All of my research derives from how we treat breast cancer patients, and what we could do better,” says Whelan, professor of oncology at McMaster University and radiation oncologist at the Juravinski Cancer Centre of Hamilton Health Sciences. “They are at the centre of everything I do.”