The UBC Faculty of Medicine educates health professional and life sciences students at the undergraduate, graduate and postgraduate levels, and pursues research – in the laboratory, in clinical settings and at the population and public policy level – to improve the health of people worldwide.
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2014: UBC’s distributed MD undergraduate program marks 10 year anniversary
2011: The largest MD class in British Columbia’s history graduates from UBC.
2009: Drs. Samuel Aparicio and Marco Marra are the first to decode the entire genome of a patient’s metastatic cancer.
2004: UBC launches its distributed MD undergraduate program – the first distributed medical education program in Canada.
2003: Dr. Marco Marra leads the first team to sequence the SARS genome, while Drs. Brett Finlay and Robert Brunham lead a successful international effort to find an effective vaccine against the disease.
2002: UBC creates a Midwifery Program – one of only four midwife training programs in Canada.
1999: Dr. Michael Hayden identifies the major gene underlying high-density lipoprotein (“good” cholesterol) in humans.
1995: Dr. Julio Montaner leads the development of Highly Active Antiretroviral Therapy, a treatment adopted as the international standard of care for HIV/AIDS.
1993: Dr. Michael Smith wins the Nobel Prize for his development of site-directed mutagenesis – a technique that allows the DNA sequence of any gene to be altered in a designated manner.