Clinical Professor Laura Magee found, to her surprise, that lowering pregnant women's blood pressure is safer for them and safe for their babies.
His role will focus on fostering excellence and scholarship in education, research and service.
The injury rate for Aboriginal people in B.C. is falling faster than it is for the general population.
He will provide global academic leadership for clinical education across all distributed sites.
The program, once considered "an impractical dream," began in 2005 with 24 students.
The UBC-based network, dedicated to investigating childhood brain development, received almost $20 million from the federal government.
The province is funding a streamlined training program aimed at midwives from abroad who want to practice in B.C.
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The Faculty of Medicine is comprised of 19 academic departments, 2 schools, and 21 research institutes and centres.
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CHEOS series: Special presentation with Dr. John Spertus
Feb. 2 - Dr. Spertus will share his research focus on assessing patients' health outcomes.
Public talk: Personalized Medicine: Your Life, Your Genes, Your Health and Happiness
Feb. 4 - Learn how personalized medicine brings the science to help people manage their health.
BC's 2nd Annual eHITS
May 9 - Explore the latest exciting developments in eHealth technologies in this one day conference.
The Secret Social Lives of Bacteria
May 26 - Bonnie Bassler, “the Bacteria Whisperer,” explains her discovery on how bacteria talk to one another.
2015 International Conference on Health Promoting Universities and Colleges
June 22-26 - A dynamic meeting place to explore pressing issues and identify paths for healthy and sustainable campus development.