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2021 Annual UBC Chan Gunn Lecture with the World’s Greatest Athlete

2021 Annual UBC Chan Gunn Lecture with the World’s Greatest Athlete

Join Damian Warner, 2020 Olympic decathalon champion and his physiotherapist Dave Zelibka as they look back at their nine-year journey to the top of the Olympic podium, moderated by Senior Gunn IMS instructor Cory Choma.

Changing hearts to co-create spaces of belonging

Changing hearts to co-create spaces of belonging

Laura Yvonne Bulk, PhD’21, MOT’14 has received many accolades for her research, teaching and advocacy to improve the lives of people with disabilities, but the Tom Henrik Walter Occupational Therapy Award still holds a special place in her heart.

Wolf Schamberger, MD’70

Wolf Schamberger, MD’70

Dr. Wolf Schamberger, MD ’70, FRCPC (Physiatry)’79 sub specialized in problems caused by the pelvis/spine being out of alignment.

Erwin Cornel Demiany, BSc’67, MD’69

Erwin Cornel Demiany, BSc’67, MD’69

Dr. Erwin Cornel Demiany died peacefully in his home in Trinity Center, California on July 12th, 2021. He remained active and was still working as hospitalist. He will be dearly missed by his patients, friends and family.

UBC Dialgoues: What is the cost of care? on October 13, 2021

UBC Dialgoues: What is the cost of care? on October 13, 2021

Join our panel of UBC experts as they discuss the complex reality of care in our society. Who are the caregivers? How has the COVID-19 pandemic impacted them? What would it look like if we were to rebuild the system into one that better supports them?

MSAC Opening Day - March 17, 1990

The creation of the MSAC from eyes of one of its founders, Dr. Richard Beauchamp, MD’71

Dr. Richard Beauchamp, MD’71 was the third President of the UBC Medical Alumni Association (MAA), established in 1984 by a group of alumni committed to creating a building specifically for medical students to form connections and sense of belonging. The UBC Faculty of Medicine Alumni Engagement Office recently reached out to Dr. Beauchamp to hear […]

Webinar: Translating discovery to transform health: Untold stories from medical research on July 14th

Webinar: Translating discovery to transform health: Untold stories from medical research on July 14th

The rapid pace of development for COVID-19 treatments and vaccines has demonstrated both the need and opportunity to expedite discoveries from the lab to the clinic—where innovation can save and improve lives.
On July 14th, hear from UBC experts Dr. Pieter Cullis, BSc’67, MSc’70, PhD’72, Dr. Megan Levings, PhD’99, and Dr. Sriram Subramaniam as they share insights from their experiences and perspectives on how to integrate academic research and the biotech industry in B.C. to accelerate health innovation.

UBC Faculty of Medicine Response to the TRC Calls to Action Launch

UBC Faculty of Medicine Response to the TRC Calls to Action Launch

Dermot Kelleher, Dean Faculty of Medicine and Vice-President, Health and Santa J. Ono, UBC President and Vice-Chancellor, will formally launch and reflect upon the Faculty of Medicine’s Response to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada’s Calls to Action at a virtual event on June 25, 2021. The program will feature guest speakers including Musqueam and Syilx Elders, The Honourable Steven Point (xwĕ lī qwĕl tĕl) and other Indigenous leaders, as well as a panel discussion with members of the Indigenous student, faculty, staff, and alumni communities.

UBC Faculty of Medicine Colouring Book is here!

UBC Faculty of Medicine Colouring Book is here!

To celebrate the artistic talents of our UBC Faculty of Medicine community, we asked our creative students, faculty, and alumni to create colouring pages for our first UBC Faculty of Medicine Colouring Book. We are excited to announce that the colouring book is now complete and ready to share with you and our Medicine community!

UBC Dialogues: Medical Innovations: Where is technology leading us? on June 23rd

UBC Dialogues: Medical Innovations: Where is technology leading us? on June 23rd

Join us online on June 23rd for the next UBC Dialogues where our panel of experts will discuss the changing landscape of medicine and technology, and how it impacts us all.