Pioneering work by Mona Nemer involves identifying genes critical for normal heart development. Her goals: fewer birth defects, less cardiac disease, better patient care.
Plan on attending the University of Ottawa’s annual alum-fest, Alumni Week, from April 30 to May 7! Reconnect with old friends. Rediscover your campus. Refresh your mind with lectures. Plus have a whole lot of fun.
Jamie Ghossein may be only partway through his studies in biochemistry, but he is already playing an active role in research on kidney disease.
Calin Rovinescu officially became the 14th chancellor of the University of Ottawa at an installation ceremony on February 5, 2016.
Alumna Louise Plouffe designed a global blueprint for making cities better places to live for older people. Now she’s back on campus at the new International Longevity Centre Canada.
A uOttawa electrical engineering degree helped Sue Kolloru Barger build a busy international career, and fuelled her passion for championing women in technology.
How do you build an impressive career in law enforcement? Lino Maurizio, Vice President, Head of Investigations at SNC-Lavalin, shares with students the secrets of his success.
Yoga fan Angela Urquhart Osborne is a communications grad, travel blogger and author whose career path has been anything but typical!
A leading figure in French-language education in Ontario, Mariette Carrier-Fraser has worked relentlessly to ensure that Franco-Ontarians have fair access to essential services. Meet this inspiring woman.
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