Memorial University of Newfoundland

OFFICE OF THE REGISTRAR


FACULTY OF MEDICINE

N.B. Designation "Clinical" indicates a part-time appointment.

Dean of Medicine
Bowmer, M.I., B.Sc., M.D., C.M. McGill, FRCPC

Dean Emeritus
Rusted, I.E., B.A. Toronto, M.Sc. McGill, M.D., C.M. Dalhousie, FRCPC, F.A.C.P.

Vice Dean for Administration and Professional Affairs
Robbins, C., B.Sc., M.B.A. Memorial, M.D. Dalhousie, C.C.F.P., F.C.F.P.

Associate Dean for Basic Medical Sciences
Neuman, R., B.A. San Francisco State, Ph.D. Alberta

Associate Dean for Community Medicine
Segovia, J., M.D., M.P.H. Buenos Aires

Assistant Dean for Admissions
Parsons, W., M.D. Memorial, C.C.F.P.

Assistant Dean for Continuing Medical Education
Miller, R.T., M.D. Western Ontario, C.C.F.P.

Assistant Dean for Post-graduate Medical Education
Whitman, L.A., B.Sc. McGill, M.D. Memorial, FRCPC

Assistant Dean for Research and Graduate Studies (Medicine)
Skanes, V., B.Sc., B.A., Ph.D. Memorial

Assistant Dean for Student Affairs
Peters, S.D., M.D. Memorial, FRCPC

Assistant Dean for Undergraduate Medical Studies
Goodridge, A.E., M.D. Memorial, FRCPC

Finance Officer
Troake, T.W., B.Comm. Memorial, C.M.A.

BASIC MEDICAL SCIENCES

Professores Emeriti

Roberts, K.B., M.A., D.Phil. Oxon, M.B., B.S. London, L.R.C.P., M.R.C.S.; Professor of Physiology

Tomlinson, J.D.W., M.A., M.B., B.Chir. Cambridge; Professor of Anatomy

Professor of Anatomy

Scott, T.M., B.Sc. St. Andrews, Ph.D. Edinburgh; Winner of the President's Award for Distinguished Teaching, 1995-96

Associate Professors of Anatomy

Chandra, S., M.B., B.S. New Delhi

Harris, J.A., B.Sc., M.D., B.P.E. Memorial

McLean, J., B.Sc. New Brunswick, Ph.D. Dalhousie

Professors of Biochemistry

Brosnan, J.T., B.Sc., M.Sc. Ireland, D.Phil. Oxon; University Research Professor, Awarded 1990

Brosnan, M.E., B.A., M.Sc., Ph.D. Toronto

Senciall, I.R., B.Sc. London, Ph.D. Birmingham, A.R.I.C.

Professor of Medicine (Biochemistry)

Vasdev, S.C., B.Sc., M.Sc., Ph.D., D.V.M. Punjab

Assistant Professor of Biochemistry

Heeley, D., B.Sc., Ph.D. Birmingham

Associate Professor of Biophysics

Hoekman, T., A.B. Hope College, Ph.D. Illinois

Professor of Molecular Biology

Michalski, C.J., B.S., M.S. Michigan State, Ph.D. North Carolina

Associate Professor of Molecular Biology

Younghusband, H.B., B.Sc., M.Sc. Carleton, Ph.D. Canberra

Professor of Molecular Biology and Microbiology

Pater, A., B.Sc. British Columbia, M.Sc. Sask., Ph.D. McMaster

Assistant Professor of Neuro/Molecular Biology

Mearow, K.M., B.Sc., M.Sc. Brock, Ph.D. McMaster

Professor of Cell Sciences

Michalak, T.I., M.D., Ph.D. Warsaw

Associate Professors of Cell Sciences

Green, R., B.Sc., Ph.D. Birmingham

Liepins, A., B.S., M.A. Michigan State, Ph.D. Marquette

Professor of Cytogenetics

Allderdice, P., M.A. Chicago, M.S. Utah, Ph.D. Montana

Associate Professor of Biochemical Genetics

Payne, R., B.Sc. Belfast, Ph.D. Strathclyde

Professor of Immunology

Marshall, W.H., M.D. Cambridge, Ph.D. Melbourne

Associate Professors of Immunology

Larsen, B., B.Sc., M.Sc., Ph.D. Bergen

Skanes, V., B.Sc., B.A., Ph.D. Memorial

Assistant Professor of Immunology

Grant, M., B.Sc., M.Sc. British Columbia, Ph.D. McMaster

Associate Professor of Medicine (Endocrinology)

Carayanniotis, G., B.Sc. Patras, Ph.D. Toronto

Assistant Professor of Medicine (Endocrinology)

Ur, E., M.B., B.S. London, M.R.C.Psych., M.R.C.P. (U.K.)

Associate Professor of Oncology

Church, J., B.Sc.(Hons.) Queen's, M.Sc., Ph.D. Toronto

Assistant Professors of Oncology

Gillespie, L.L., B.Sc., Ph.D. Ottawa

Kao, K.R., B.Sc., M.Sc., Ph.D. Toronto

Paterno, G.D., B.Sc., M.Sc. Toronto, Ph.D. Ottawa

Professors of Pharmacology

Bieger, D., M.D., Ph.D. Kiel

Neuman, R., B.A. San Francisco State, Ph.D. Alberta

Associate Professor of Pharmacology

Loomis, C., B.Sc., M.Sc., Ph.D. Queen's

Professor of Pharmacy

Virgo, B., B.Sc., M.Sc., Ph.D. British Columbia

Professor of Applied Physiology (Part-time)

Snellen, J.W., M.D. Leiden, Ph.D. Nijmegen

Professors of Physiology (Neurosciences)

Corbett, D., B.A. Dalhousie, M.Sc. Memorial, Ph.D. Concordia

Harley, C.W., B.Sc., Ph.D. Oregon

Professor of Physiology

Hansen, P.A., B.Sc., M.S. Akron, Ph.D. Memorial; Winner of the President's Award for Distinguished Teaching, 1990-91

Associate Professors of Physiology

Lodge, S., B.Pharm. London, Ph.D. Bradford

Moody-Corbett, F., B.Sc. Dalhousie, M.A. New Brunswick, M.Sc., Ph.D. McGill

McKay, D., B.Sc., M.S., Ph.D. Michigan State

Associate Professor of Cardiovascular/Renal Physiology

Smeda, J., B.Sc.(Hons.), M.Sc. Brock, Ph.D. McMaster

Assistant Professor of Cardiovascular/Renal Physiology

Van Vliet, B.N., B.Sc. Toronto, Ph.D. Saskatchewan

Professors of Psychology

Adamec, R.E., B.A. Middlebury, M.A., Ph.D. McGill

Malsbury, C., B.A. Northwestern, M.A., Ph.D. McGill

Associate Professor of Surgery (Oncology Research)

Richardson, V.J., B.Sc., Ph.D. Sheffield

CLINICAL SCIENCES

ANESTHESIA

Professor and Chair

King, F.G., B.Sc., M.D. Memorial, FRCPC

Professor Emeritus

Henderson, C.U., M.D., C.M. Dalhousie, F.A.C.A., FRCPC, F.A.A.P.

Associate Professor of Anesthesia

Jamieson, J.W., B.Sc., M.D. Memorial, FRCPC

Associate Professor of Pharmacology

Loomis, C.W., B.Sc., M.Sc., Ph.D. Queen's

Assistant Professors of Anesthesia

LeDez, K.M., M.B., Ch.B. Dundee, FRCPC

Peachey, G.O., M.H.Sc. Toronto, B.Med.Sc., M.D. Memorial, FRCPC

Samarasena, L.D.A., M.B., B.S. Ceylon, F.F.A.R.C.S. Ireland, FRCPC

Tucker, J.H., M.D. Western, FRCPC

Ward, M.E., M.D. Western, CCFP, FRCPC

Clinical Professor of Anesthesia

Manson, H.J., M.B., Ch.B. Aberdeen, F.F.A.R.C.S. England, FRCPC

Clinical Associate Professors of Anesthesia

MacDonald, R., M.B., Ch.B. Edinburgh, FRCPC

Sharpe, E.L., M.B., Ch.B. Dublin, FRCPC

Clinical Assistant Professors of Anesthesia

Bautista, M.J., B.Sc., M.D. Memorial, FRCPC

Flynn, J.F., B.Sc., M.D. Memorial, FRCPC

Green, R.G., B.Sc., B.Med.Sc., M.D. Memorial, FRCPC

Noel, F.D., B.Sc., M.D. Memorial, FRCPC

Williams, J.T.L., B.Sc., M.D. Dalhousie, FRCPC

Clinical Lecturers of Anesthesia

Badrudin, N., M.B., B.S., LRCP, MRCS, F.F.A.R.C.S. England

Casey, A.P., B.Med.Sci, M.D. Memorial, FRCPC

Chun, Y., M.D. Seoul National University, FRCPC

Clarke, B.A., B.Sc., B.Med.Sc., M.D. Memorial, FRCPC

Forward, R.G., B.Med.Sc., M.D. Memorial FRCPC

Gordon, N., B.Sc.(Gen.Sci.) Waterloo, B.Sc.(Biol.), M.D., C.M. McGill, FRCPC

Hughes, B., B.D.S., M.B., B.S. London, F.F.A.R.C.S.

Kamra, C.P., M.B.B.S. India, D.A., F.F.A.R.C.S. England, F.F.A.R.C.S. Ireland, FRCPC

Major, A.E., M.D. Memorial, FRCPC

O'Brien, G., B.Med.Sc., M.D. Memorial, FRCPC

Pridham, J.N., M.D. Western, FRCPC

Redmond, E.B., B.Sc., M.D. Memorial, FRCPC

FAMILY MEDICINE

Professor and Chair

Patey, P., B.Sc. Memorial, M.D., C.M., M.Sc. McGill, C.C.F.P., F.C.F.P.

Professor of Family Medicine

Robbins, C., B.Sc., M.B.A. Memorial, M.D. Dalhousie, C.C.F.P., F.C.F.P.

Associate Professors of Family Medicine

Bethune, C., M.D. McMaster, C.C.F.P., F.C.F.P.

Butler, R., B.Sc., M.D. Memorial, C.C.F.P., F.C.F.P.

Eaton, W.H., M.D. Memorial, C.C.F.P.

Miller, R., M.D. Western Ontario, C.C.F.P., F.C.F.P.

O'Maonaigh, C., M.B., B.Ch., B.A.O., M.P.H. Ireland

Parsons, E., B.Med.Sc., M.D. Memorial, C.C.F.P.

Parsons, W., M.D. Memorial, C.C.F.P.

Worrall, G., B.Sc., M.B.B.S. University of London, England, MRCS, MRCGP, C.C.F.P., M.Sc. McMaster

Assistant Professors of Family Medicine

Broderick, V., M.D. Memorial, C.C.F.P.

Duke, P., B.Med.Sc., M.D. Memorial, C.C.F.P.

Hatcher, L., B.Sc., B.Med.Sc., M.D. Memorial, C.C.F.P.

Hull, C., M.D. Memorial, C.C.F.P.

Marshall, B.L., B.Sc., M.D. McMaster, C.C.F.P.

Pye, M.E., M.D. Dalhousie, C.C.F.P.

Sherman, G.P., B.A. Cleveland, M.D. McGill, C.C.F.P.

Tarrant, G.M., B.Med.Sc., M.D. Memorial, C.C.F.P.

Professor Emeritus

Schoenberg, M., B.A. Texas Tech., M.A., Ed.D. Houston

Associate Professor of Counselling and Director

Hurley, G., B.A. Colorado College, M.S., Ph.D. Missouri

Associate Professor of Counselling

Church, E., B.A. St. John's College, M.A., Ph.D. Toronto

Clinical Associate Professor of Family Medicine (Emergency Medicine)

Patel, V., L.M.R.C.S., L.M.R.C.P. Ireland

Clinical Associate Professor of Family Medicine

Beach, D., M.D. Queen's, C.C.F.P.

Clinical Assistant Professors of Family Medicine

Chalker, G.C., M.D. Queen's, FRCSC

Collingwood, J., M.D. Dalhousie

Hall, J.L., B.Sc. Dalhousie, M.Sc., M.D. Memorial, C.C.F.P.

Harpur, R.O., M.B., B.Ch., B.A.O. Belfast

Healey, C.J., M.B., B.S. London, F.R.C.O.G. London, FRCSC

Hicks, F., B.Sc., M.D. Memorial, C.C.F.P.

Jeon, Y.K., M.D. Severance Union Med. College

Jong, M., M.B.B.S. Malaya, M.R.C.P. U.K., C.C.F.P.

Lawton, L.E., M.D., C.M. Dalhousie

Parihar, B.R., M.B., B.S. Calcutta, M.D. Punjab, F.R.C.O.G.

Patel, K., L.M.R.C.S., L.M.R.C.P. Ireland

Prior, D.C., M.R.C.S. England, L.R.C.P., L.M.S.S.A. London, F.R.C.O.G.

Sheldon, J., M.B., B.Chir. Cantab., D.R.C.O.G., C.C.F.P., F.C.F.P.

Simpson, I., M.B., B.Ch. Cantab., D.R.C.O.G., C.C.F.P., F.C.F.P.

Tromp, M., M.D. Toronto, C.C.F.P.

Clinical Lecturers of Family Medicine

Archibald, G.C., B.Med.Sc., M.D. Memorial, C.C.F.P.

Blackie, P.B., B.A. Memorial, M.D. Dalhousie, C.C.F.P.

Casey, A., B.Med.Sc., M.D. Memorial, FRCPC

Delaney, T., B.Med.Sc., M.D. Memorial

Forsey, R., B.Sc., B.Med.Sc., M.D. Memorial

Goodine, F.S., M.D. Dalhousie, C.C.F.P., F.C.F.P.

Higgins, G.A., B.Sc., B.Med.Sc., M.D. Memorial, C.C.F.P.

King, J.F., B.Sc., B.Med.Sc., M.D. Memorial, C.C.F.P.

Kumar, P., M.D. Toronto, C.C.F.P.

Lemire, F., M.D., C.M. McGill, C.C.F.P.

Mowbray, P.J., M.B., B.S. Dunelm, C.C.F.P.

O'Keefe, M., B.Sc., M.D. Toronto, C.C.F.P.

Ophel, J.M., M.D. Queen's, C.C.F.P.

O'Shea, P.M., B.Sc. St. Francis Xavier, M.D. Queen's, C.C.F.P.

Seviour, G., B.Eng. TUNS, B.Sc. Memorial, M.B., B.S., B.A.O. Queen's

Smith, R.J., M.D. Memorial

Warren, G., M.D. Dalhousie

Webster, M.C., M.B., B.S. Newcastle, Dip.(Obs.)R.C.O.G., M.R.C.G.P.

Adjunct Professor of Family Medicine

Rowe, J.M., B.Sc., B.Ed., M.D. Saskatchewan, C.C.F.P.

MEDICINE

Professor & Chair

vacant

Professor Emeritus

Gault, M.H., B.Sc., M.Sc., M.D., C.M. McGill, FRCPC, F.A.C.P.; Professor of Medicine (Nephrology)(Part-time)

Professor of Medicine

Adams, G.B., M.D. McGill, FRCPC

Professors of Medicine (Part-time)

House, A.M., M.D., C.M. Dalhousie, FRCPC

Rusted, I.E., O.C., B.A. Toronto, M.Sc. McGill, M.D., C.M., LL.D. Dalhousie, LL.D. Mount Allison, D.S.L. Trinity College, FRCPC, M.A.C.P.

Professor of Medicine (Neurology)

Pryse-Phillips, W.E.M.., M.D. London, M.R.C.P., FRCPC, Neuro., M.R.C.Psych., F.R.C.P.

Professor of Medicine and Therapeutics (Part-time)

Ingram, D.W., M.B., B.Ch., B.A.O. Queen's University, Belfast, M.S.(Med.) Minnesota, M.C.F.P.(Honorary), F.R.C.P.(C), F.A.C.P.

Professor of Medicine (Rheumatology) (Part-time)

Martin, J.R., M.D., C.M. McGill, M.R.C.P., FRCPC, F.A.C.P.

Professor of Medicine (Respirology)

Edstrom, H.W., M.D. Dalhousie, M.Sc. Manitoba, F.C.C.P., F.A.C.P., FRCPC

Professor of Medicine (Nephrology)

Parfrey, P., M.B., B.Ch., M.D. Cork, M.R.C.P.; University Research Professor, Awarded 1995

Professor of Pediatric Research

Chandra, R.K., O.C., M.B., B.S. Panjab, M.D. New Delhi, F.A.C.P., F.A.A.A., F.C.A.I., F.A.M.S. National Academy of Medical Sciences, FRCPC; University Research Professor, Awarded 1988

Professor of Pathology

Chittal, S., M.B., B.S., M.D. Bombay, M.Sc. Toronto, FRCPC

Associate Professors of Medicine

Alderdice, C., M.D. Memorial, C.C.F.P., FRCPC

Paul, M., M.D. Toronto, FRCPC

Peters, S., M.D. Memorial, FRCPC

Scott, M.R., M.B., B.Ch., B.A.O. Ireland, FRCPC

Professor of Medicine (Biochemistry)

Vasdev, S.C., B.Sc., M.Sc., Ph.D., D.V.M. Punjab

Associate Professor of Medicine(Cardiology)

Sussex, B.A., M.B.B.S. Melbourne, M.Sc. Alberta, FRCPC

Associate Professors of Medicine (Endocrinology)

Carayanniotis, G., B.Sc. Patras, Ph.D. Toronto

Joyce, C.J., M.D. Dalhousie, FRCPC

Associate Professor of Medicine (Gastroenterology)

Bursey, F., B.Sc., M.D. Memorial, FRCPC

Associate Professor of Medicine (Nephrology)

Harnett, J., M.B., B.Ch., B.A.O. Cork, M.R.C.P.I.

Associate Professors of Medicine (Neurology)

Goodridge, A.E., M.D. Memorial, FRCPC

Ogunyemi, A.O., M.B., B.S. Lagos, FRCPC

Associate Professor of Medicine & Pathology

Whitman, L.A., B.Sc. McGill, M.D., Memorial, FRCPC

Associate Professor of Medicine (Respirology)

Clarke, H., B.Sc. Memorial, M.D., C.M. McGill, FRCPC

Assistant Professors of Medicine

Duggan, D'Arcy, M.D. Alberta, FRCPC

Green, J., B.Sc., M.Sc. British Columbia, C.F.M.G.

Hamilton, S.F., M.D. Memorial, FRCPC

Assistant Professors of Medicine (Endocrinology)

Galway, A.B., B.Med.Sc., M.D. Memorial, FRCPC

Kaiser, S.M., B.Sc. New Brunswick, M.D. Toronto, FRCPC

Ur, E., M.B., B.S. London, M.R.C.Psych., M.R.C.P. (U.K.)

Assistant Professors of Medicine (Gastroenterology)

Fardy, J.M., B.Med.Sc., M.D. Memorial, M.Sc. Western Ontario, FRCPC

MacIntosh, D.G., B.Med.Sc., M.D. Memorial, FRCPC

Assistant Professor of Medicine (Hematology)

Grewel, K.S., B.Med.Sc., M.D. Memorial, FRCPC

Assistant Professors of Medicine (Nephrology)

Barrett, B.J., M.B., B.Ch., B.A.O. Cork, M.Sc., FRCPC

Foley, R.N., B.Sc., M.B., B.Ch. Cork, M.R.C.P.I., FRCPC

Assistant Professor of Medicine (Neurology)

Yegappan, M.C., M.B., B.S. India

Assistant Professor of Medicine (Respiratory)

Fox, G.A., B.Sc., B.Med.Sci., M.D. Memorial, FRCPC

Clinical Professors of Medicine

Duguid, N., B.S., M.B., Ch.B. Edinburgh, M.R.C.P. (U.K.), FRCPC

Tsega, E., B.Sc. Addis Ababa, M.D., C.M. McGill, DCMT London (U.K.), FRCPC, CRCP, Ph.D. Lund

Young, R.W., M.D., C.M. Dalhousie, FRCPC

Clinical Professor of Medicine (Neurology)

Jacob, J.C., M.B., B.S. Vellore, FRCPC

Clinical Associate Professors of Medicine

MacCallum, G.C., M.D. Dalhousie, FRCPC

Murray, D.C., M.D. Dalhousie, FRCPC

Spurrell, P.A., M.D., C.M. Dalhousie, FRCPC

Stone, E., B.Sc., M.D. Memorial, FRCPC

Young, J.G., M.B., B.Ch. Ireland, FRCPC

Clinical Associate Professor of Medicine (Cardiology)

Missan, S.S., M.B., Ch.B. Sheffield, FRCPC

Clinical Assistant Professors of Medicine

Borgaonkar, R.D., M.B., B.S. India, FRCPC

Furlong, M.B., B.Sc. Dalhousie, M.D. Memorial, FRCPC

Hannaford, M., B.Sc., M.D. Memorial, FRCPC

Higgins, A.T., M.B., B.S. London, FRCPC

Josephson, E.B., M.D. Memorial, FRCPC

Joshi, P., B.Sc., M.D. Manchester, FRCPC

Lester, F., M.D. Queen's, M.Phil. London (U.K.), MRCP, FRCP (U.K.), FRCPC

Murphy, G., M.D. Ireland, FRCPC

O'Brien, M.H., B.Sc. Ireland, M.B., B.A.O., B.Ch. Cork, FRCPC

Raman, K.R.K., M.B., B.S., M.D. Madras, M.R.C.P. U.K., M.R.C.P. Ireland, FRCPC

Reddy, S.B., M.D. Memorial, FRCPC

Rose, B.F., B.Med.Sc., M.D. Memorial, FRCPC

Sekhar, H.B.C., B.Sc., M.B., B.S., M.D. India, M.R.C.P. United Kingdom, FRCPC

Seymour, L.K., M.B., B.Ch. Witwatersrand, FCPCM (South Africa)

Taylor, D., B.Sc., M.B., Ch.B. Edinburgh, FRCPC

Tong, A., M.B., B.S. Hong Kong, FRCPC

Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine (Cardiology)

Williams, A., B.Med.Sc., M.D. Memorial, FRCPC

Clinical Assistant Professors of Medicine (Dermatology)

Gulliver, W.P., B.Sc., B.Med.Sci, M.D. Memorial, FRCPC

Parsons, L., B.Sc., B.Med.Sc., M.D. Memorial, FRCPC

Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine (Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation)

MacCallum, J.S., B.A., B.Sc., M.D. Memorial, FRCPC, (PM & R)

Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine (Rheumatology)

Khraishi, M., M.B., B.Ch. Cairo, M.D. Memorial, FRCPC

Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine and Medical History

Parsons, W.D., B.Sc., M.D., C.M. McGill, FRCPC

Clinical Lecturers of Medicine

Furey, M.U., M.D. Memorial, FRCPC

Hiscock, J.G., B.Sc., B.Med.Sc., M.D. Memorial, FRCPC

Simpson, J., B.Sc., M.D. Memorial, FRCPC

Trahey, J., B.Med.Sci, M.D. Memorial

OBSTETRICS & GYNECOLOGY

Professor & Chair

Young, D.C., B.Sc. Memorial, M.D. Dalhousie, M.Sc. McMaster, FRCSC

Professor of Obstetrics & Gynecology (Part-Time)

Dunne, J.T., B.Sc., M.D. Dalhousie, FRCSC

Professor of Obstetrics & Gynecology (Maternal & Child Health)

Walley, R.L., M.B., B.S. London, M.P.H. Harvard, L.R.C.P., F.R.C.O.G., FRCSC

Assistant Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology (Oncology)

Ghatage, P., M.B., B.Ch. Ireland, FRCSC

Assistant Professors of Obstetrics & Gynecology

Gill, A., M.B., B.S. India, FRCSC

O'Grady, T.F., M.D. Memorial, FRCSC

Windrim, R.C., M.B., B.Ch. Trinity College, Dublin, FRCSC

Associate Professors of Pediatrics

Andrews, W., B.Sc. Memorial, M.D. Dalhousie, FRCPC

Joyce, C.J., M.D. Dalhousie, FRCPC

Assistant Professor of Medicine

Galway, A.B., B.Med.Sc., M.D. Memorial, FRCPC

Clinical Associate Professors of Obstetrics & Gynecology

Hogan, T.G., L.L.M., L.R.C.P.S.(I), FRCSC

Seviour, J.F., B.Sc. Dalhousie, M.B., B.Ch., B.A.O. N.U.I., FRCSC

Clinical Assistant Professors of Obstetrics & Gynecology

Bartellas, E., M.D. Israel, FRCSC

Cook, M.P., M.D. Memorial, FRCSC

Kravitz, H., B.A., B.S., M.A. Penn., M.D. Memorial, FRCSC

Kum, F., M.D., Ireland, FRCSC

Tennent, D.A., L.R.C.P.S.(I), M.R.C.O.G., FRCSC

Clinical Lecturer of Obstetrics and Gynecology

Pike, C., M.D. Memorial, FRCSC

ONCOLOGY

Professor & Chair

vacant

Clinical Assistant Professor of Oncology

Thain, S., M.B., B.S. Burma, F.F.R.R.C.S., D.C.O., D.I.M.C.R.C.S.

PATHOLOGY

Professor & Chair

Haegert, D.G., M.D. British Columbia, FRCPC

Professors of Pathology

Chittal, S., M.B., B.S., M.D. Bombay, M.Sc. Toronto, FRCPC

Fernandez, D., M.B., Ch.B., Ph.D. Sheffield, FRCPC

Professor of Pathology (Cytogenetics)

Allderdice, P., M.A. Chicago, M.S. Utah, Ph.D. Montana

Associate Professor of Medicine & Pathology

Whitman, L.A., B.Sc. McGill, M.D. Memorial, FRCPC

Associate Professors of Pathology

Cooper, A.R., B.Sc. Memorial, M.D. Dalhousie, FRCPC

Prabhakaran, V., M.B., B.S. India, D.L.O. London, FRCPC

Associate Professor of Pathology (Forensic)

Avis, S., B.Med.Sc., M.D. Memorial, FRCPC

Professor Cell Sciences

Michalak, T.I., M.D., Ph.D. Warsaw

Assistant Professors of Pathology

Morris-Larkin, C., M.D. Memorial, FRCPC

Robb, J.D., B.A., M.B., B.Ch., B.A.O. Dublin, B.Sc. Belf., Ph.D. Cantab., FRCPC

Wadden, P., M.D., B.Med.Sc., B.Sc. Memorial, FRCPC

Assistant Professor of Pathology (Medical Microbiology)

Hutchinson, J.M., B.Sc., M.D. Alberta, FRCPC

Clinical Professors of Pathology

Mathieson, G., M.B., Ch.B. Aberdeen, M.Sc. McGill, FRCPC

Williams, J.P., M.B., B.Ch., B.A.O. Ireland, FRCPC

Clinical Professor of Pathology (Biochemical Pathology)

Madhavankutty, K.M., B.Pharm. B.H.U., Ph.D. London, FCACB

Clinical Associate Professors of Pathology

Govatsos, S., M.D. Athens, CRCPC

Hutton, C., M.D., C.M. Dalhousie, FRCPC

Parai, S., M.B., B.S. Dacca, FRCPC

Pushpanathan, C., M.B., B.S. India, FRCPC

Clinical Assistant Professors of Pathology

Griffin, M., M.B., B.Ch. Dublin, FRCPC

Parai, M.R., M.B., B.S. Dacca, FRCPC

Vaze, P.D., M.B., B.S., M.D. Poona

Wadhwa, J.K., B.Sc., M.B., B.S. India, FRCPC

Clinical Lecturer of Pathology (Microbiology)

Ratnam, S., B.Sc., M.Sc. Madras, Ph.D. Delhi, M.P.H. Johns Hopkins

Clinical Lecturers of Pathology

Cook, D.M., M.D., B.Med.Sc. Memorial, FRCPC

Varghese, A., B.Sc., M.Sc. India

Clinical Lecturer of Pathology (Biochemical Pathology)

Mills, A., B.Sc., M.Sc. Memorial

PEDIATRICS

Professor & Chair

Davis, A.J., M.D., C.M. Dalhousie, FRCPC

Professors of Pediatrics

Ives, E.J., M.B., Ch.B. Glasgow University, DCH London, M.S. University of Michigan, FRCPC

Virmani, S., M.B., B.S. Bombay, M.D. New Delhi, FRCPC

Professor of Pediatric Research

Chandra, R.K., M.B., B.S. Panjab, M.D. New Delhi, F.C.C.P., F.C.A.I., F.A.A.P., F.A.M.S. (National Academy of Medical Sciences), FRCPC; University Research Professor, 1988-1993

Associate Professors of Pediatrics

Andrews, W., B.Sc. Memorial, M.D. Dalhousie, FRCPC

Cooper, A.R., B.Sc. Memorial, M.D. Dalhousie, FRCPC

Hobeika, C., M.B., Ch.B. Egypt, FRCPC

Morris, R.F., M.D. Memorial, FRCPC

Rosales, T.O., M.D. Philippines, FRCPC

Vaze, D.M., M.B., B.S. Poona, FRCPC

Associate Professors of Medicine (Nephrology)

Harnett, J., M.B., B.Ch., B.A.O. Cork, M.R.C.P.I.

Parfrey, P., M.B., B.Ch., M.D. Cork, M.R.C.P.; University Research Professor, Awarded 1995

Paul, M., M.D. Toronto, FRCPC

Assistant Professors of Pediatrics

Barter, O.J., M.D. Memorial, FRCPC

Blake, K., M.B., B.S. London, M.R.C.P. (U.K.)

Curtis, J.A., M.B., B.Ch., B.A.O. Cork, M.R.C.P. U.K., FRCPC

Hall, M., B.Med.Sc., M.D. Memorial, FRCPC

Jardine, L., M.D. Memorial, FRCPC

Simmons, B.S., B.Sc.(Hons.) Salford, B.M. Southampton, FRCPC

Vardy, C., M.D. Memorial, FRCPC

Professor of Pathology

Allderdice, P., M.A. Chicago, M.S. Utah, Ph.D. Montana

Professor of Biochemistry

Keough, K.M.W., B.Sc., M.Sc., Ph.D. Toronto

Associate Professor of Biochemistry

Friel, J.K., B.Sc. Loyola, M.Sc. Sask., Ph.D. Guelph

Clinical Professor of Pediatrics

Jacob, J.C., M.B., B.S. Vellore, FRCPC

Clinical Assistant Professors of Pediatrics

Beamont, K., B.Sc.(Hons.), Ph.D. Manchester, M.B., B.S. London, M.R.C.P. (U.K.)

Buckley, D., MB.Ch.B. Sheffield, F.R.A.C.P. Australia

Chrappa, J., M.D. Bratislava, FRCPC

Doherty, D.S., B.Sc. New York, M.D. Vermont, FRCPC

Downton, G., B.Med.Sc., M.D. Memorial, FRCPC

Reid, D., B.Sc. Dalhousie, M.D. Memorial, FRCPC

Clinical Assistant Professor of Pediatrics (Immunology/Allergy)

Hamed, A., M.B., B.Ch. Cairo, M.Sc.(Immunology) Memorial, FRCPC

Clinical Lecturers of Pediatrics

Kamra, P., M.B., B.S. Punjab, FRCPC

Kelly, M., M.B., B.Ch., B.A.O. Dublin, FRCPC

Kwa, P.G., M.D. Taiwan, FRCPC

Van Gelder, R., M.D. Amsterdam

Clinical Lecturer of Pathology (Microbiology)

Ratnam, S., B.Sc., M.Sc. Madras, Ph.D. Delhi, M.P.H. Johns Hopkins

PSYCHIATRY

Professor and Chair

Strong, H.R., M.D. Memorial, FRCPC

Professor of Clinical Psychology

Murray, P.M., B.Sc. Ulster, Ph.D. Stirling, C.Psych.

Associate Professor of Psychiatry

Craig, D.F., B.Sc. McGill, M.D. Alberta, FRCPC

Associate Professors of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry

St. John, K., B.Sc. Mount Allison, B.Med.Sc., M.D. Memorial, FRCPC

White, H.P., B.Sc., M.D. Memorial, FRCPC

Associate Professor of Forensic Psychiatry

Ladha, N.B., M.B. Dublin, FRCPC, D.A.B.P.N.

Assistant Professor of Psychiatry

O'Loughlin, G., DPM, M.Med.(Psychotherapy), MPH, RCS Dublin, FRCPC

Assistant Professors of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry

Bowering, R., M.D. Memorial, FRCPC

Maddigan, B., B.Sc., B.Med.Sc., M.D. Memorial, FRCPC

Clinical Professor of Psychiatry

Sampath, H.M., B.A. McGill, A.M. Columbia, M.A., B.Litt., B.M., B.Ch., D.Phil. Oxon, D.P.M. McGill, FRCPC

Clinical Associate Professor of Psychiatry

Hogan, M.W., B.A. St. Mary's, M.D. Dalhousie, FRCPC

Clinical Assistant Professors of Psychiatry

Angel, J., M.D. Memorial, FRCPC

Campbell, H., B.Sc. Victoria, M.D. British Columbia, FRCPC

Cantwell, T., M.B., B.Ch., B.A.O., D.P.M. Dublin

Collins, D., B.Med.Sci., M.D. Memorial, FRCPC

Coovadia, M., M.Med.(Psych) Witwatersrand

Karagianis, J.L., B.Med.Sci., M.D. Memorial, FRCPC

MacLaughlin, D., M.D., B.Med.Sc. Memorial, FRCPC

Martins, I., B.Med.Sci., M.D. Memorial, FRCPC

Nurse, M., B.Sc. Memorial, M.D. Dalhousie, FRCPC

Clinical Assistant Professors (Clinical Psychology)

Khalili, H., B.S. Tehran, M.S., M.B.A. Kansas, Ph.D. Iowa

Moxley-Haegert, L., B.Sc., B.A., M.A., Ph.D. Concordia

Clinical Lecturers of Psychiatry

Frecker, A., M.D., C.M. Dalhousie, FRCPC, R.C.P.S.C.

Gillespie, F.A., M.B., B.Ch., B.A.O. N.U.I., FRCPC

Hanley, J.B., B.A., B.Ph., B.Th., L.Ph. Ottawa/St. Paul's, M.D. Memorial, FRCPC

Johnson, S.V., B.Sc. Brock, M.D. Padova (Italy)

Niklas, J., M.D., FRCPC Charles University (Czech.)

Clinical Lecturers (Clinical Psychology)

Manocha, S., B.A., M.A. Punjab, M.A. Saskatchewan

Woodrow, J., B.Sc.(Hons.), M.Sc. Memorial

Clinical Lecturer (Occupational Therapy)

Walsh, G., B.Sc.(Biology) Memorial, B.Sc.(Occupational Therapy) Toronto

Adjunct Professor of Psychiatry

Felix Briones, A., B.A., M.A., Ph.D. McGill

RADIOLOGY

Professor & Chair

McManamon, P.J., M.B., B.Ch., B.A.O. Dublin, D.M.R.D., FRCPC

Professor of Radiology (Part-time)

MacLaughlin, E.A., M.B., B.Ch. Ireland, D.M.R.D., FRCPC

Clinical Professor of Radiology

Reddy, E.R., M.B., B.S. India, M.D. Madras, F.R.C.R., FRCPC

Clinical Associate Professors of Radiology

Bridger, S., M.D., C.M. Dalhousie, FRCPC

Collingwood, P.W., M.D. Memorial, FRCPC

Craig, J.C., M.B, Ch.B. Liverpool, FRCPC

Cramer, B.C., M.B., B.Ch., B.A.I. N.U.I., FRCPC

Whelan, R.F., M.D. Dalhousie, FRCPC

Clinical Associate Professors of Radiology (Nuclear Medicine)

Hollett, P., B.Med.Sc., M.D. Memorial, FRCPC, A.B.N.M.

Wesolowski, C., M.D. Poland, FRCPC

Clinical Assistant Professors of Radiology

Bailey, G.A., M.D. Memorial, FRCPC

Bartlett, P.J., M.D. Memorial, FRCPC

Hann, C.S., M.D. Memorial, FRCPC

Harley, R.J., M.D. Memorial, FRCPC

Higgins, G.C., B.Sc. Memorial, M.D. Dalhousie, FRCPC

Martin, B., M.B., B.Ch., B.A.O. N.U.I., FRCPC

O'Keefe, J.B., M.D. Memorial, FRCPC

O'Reilly, M., M.B., B.Ch. Ireland, D.M.R.D., FRCPC

Tiller, W.D.M., M.D. Dalhousie, FRCPC

Walsh, E.A., M.D., B.Ch., B.A.O. N.U.I., M.R.C.P.I. Ireland, L.M.C.C., FRCPC

Clinical Associate Professor of Radiation Oncology

Hong, K.E.M., M.D. Dalhousie, D.M.R.(T) Toronto, FRCPC

Clinical Lecturer of Radiology

Seary, J.M., B.Sc. Memorial, M.B., B.S. London, L.R.C.P., M.R.C.S., FRCPC

Clinical Lecturer of Radiation Oncology

Ganguly, P.K., M.B., B.S., F.R.R., R.C.S.I.

SURGERY

Professor & Chair

Maroun, F.B., M.D. Lebanon, FRCSC

Professors of Surgery

Heughan, C., B.A., M.B., B.Chir. Cantab., F.R.C.S.(Eng), FRCSC, F.A.C.S.

Kwan, A., B.Sc., M.D., C.M., M.Sc. McGill, FRCSC, F.A.C.S.

Professor of Surgery (Thoracic)

Wright, E.S., M.Sc., M.D., C.M. McGill, Ch.M. Liverpool, F.R.C.S.(Ed.), F.R.C.S.(Eng.), FRCSC, F.A.C.S., F.C.C.P.

Associate Professors of Surgery

Pollett, W.G., B.Sc., M.D. Dalhousie, FRCSC

Richardson, V.J., B.Sc., Ph.D. Sheffield

Smith, I., M.D. Toronto, FRCSC

Assistant Professors of Surgery

Boone, D.C., B.Sc., M.D. Memorial, FRCSC

Cramton, A.M., B.Med.Sc., M.D. Alberta, FRCSC

George, R.L., M.D. Queen's, FRCSC

Assistant Professor of Surgery (Urology)

Pike, J.G., M.D. Memorial, FRCSC

Assistant Professor of Medicine

Green, J., B.Sc., M.Sc. British Columbia, C.F.M.G.

Clinical Professors of Surgery

Kennedy, R., M.D., C.M. McGill, FRCSC

Neary, A.J., M.D. Dalhousie, FRCSC

Professor (Part Time)

Payton, B.W., M.B., B.S., Ph.D. London

Clinical Associate Professors of Surgery

Battcock, G.W., M.D., C.M. Dalhousie, FRCSC

Blackwood, H.J., M.D., C.M. Dalhousie, FRCSC

Fitzgerald, G., M.D. Toronto, FRCSC

Clinical Associate Professors of Surgery (Ophthalmology)

Conway, V., B.Sc. Memorial, M.D. Dalhousie, FRCSC

Lawton, R.D., M.D. Dalhousie, FRCSC

Lockwood, P., M.B., Ch.B. Leeds, FRCSC

Clinical Associate Professors of Surgery (Otolaryngology)

Edgecombe, J.M., M.D., C.M. Dalhousie, FRCSC

Smith, T.J., M.D. Dalhousie, FRCSC

Clinical Associate Professor of Surgery (Urology)

Dow, D., M.B., Ch.B. Edinburgh, F.R.C.S.(Ed.), FRCSC

Clinical Associate Professors of Orthopaedic Surgery

Duff, F., M.D. Dalhousie, FRCSC

Jones, H., M.B., B.S. Hong Kong

Landells, D.G., M.B., Ch.B. Glasgow, FRCSC

Peddle, D.B., M.D. Dalhousie, FRCSC

Shapter, A.E., M.D. Dalhousie, FRCSC

Clinical Assistant Professor of Surgery (Neurosurgery)

Murray, G.P., B.Sc., M.Sc., B.Med.Sc., M.D. Memorial, FRCSC

Clinical Assistant Professors of Orthopedic Surgery

Hogan, T.G., B.Sc., M.D. Memorial, FRCSC

Landells, C., B.Med.Sc., M.D. Memorial, FRCSC

Lewis, B.D., B.Sc., M.D. Memorial, FRCSC

Noftall, F., B.Med.Sc., M.D. Memorial, FRCSC

Rockwood, P., B.Med.Sc., M.D. Memorial, FRCSC

Squire, D.S., B.Sc., M.D. Memorial, FRCSC

Turner, N.S., M.B., Ch.B. Edinburgh, FRCSC

Clinical Assistant Professors of Surgery

Addetia, A., M.B., Ch.B. Makerere, FRCSC

Felix, W.A., M.D. Dalhousie, FRCSC

Gardiner, P., B.Sc., M.D. Dalhousie, F.R.C.S.C.

Hanna, A., M.B., Ch.B. Cairo, FRCSC

Hoddinott, K.M., B.Sc., B.Med.Sc., M.D. Memorial, FACS, FRCSC

McClellan, E.S., B.S. Maryland, M.D. Mexico, FRCSC

Melvin, K., B.Sc. Memorial, M.D. Dalhousie, FRCSC

Thavanathan, M.J.M., M.B., B.S. Sri Lanka, FRCSC

Clinical Assistant Professor of Surgery (Otolaryngology)

Burrage, K., M.D., B.Sc., B.Med.Sc. Memorial, FRCSC

Clinical Assistant Professor of Surgery (Ophthalmology)

Bense, M., M.B., Ch.B. Pretoria, FRCSC

Clinical Assistant Professor of Surgery (Pediatrics)

Price, D., B.Med.Sc., M.D. Memorial, FRCSC

Clinical Assistant Professor of Surgery (Plastic)

Anderson, K., B.A. Memorial, M.D. Dalhousie, FRCSC

Jewer, D.D., B.Sc.(Hons.), B.Med.Sc., M.D. Memorial, FRCSC

Clinical Assistant Professor of Surgery (Urology)

Best, L., M.D. Autonoma de Guadalajara, FRCSC

Clinical Assistant Professor of Surgery (Veterinary)

Husa, L., MVDr. Kosice

Clinical Lecturer of Surgery

Wells, M.K., B.Sc., B.Med.Sc., M.D. Memorial, FRCSC

Clinical Lecturers of Surgery (Ophthalmology)

Devan, S., M.B., B.S. Ceylon, Dip.Ophthal. England, FRCSC

McNicholas, J., B.Sc., M.D. FRCSC

Clinical Lecturer of Surgery (Orthopedics)

Deane, R.H., M.B., Ch.B. Capetown, FRCS Glasgow, FRCS South Africa, FRCSC

Clinical Lecturer of Surgery (Otolaryngology)

Tjan, E.T., M.D. Taiwan, FRCSC

Clinical Lecturer of Surgery (Urology)

Drover, D.N., B.A., B.Med.Sc., M.D. Memorial, FRCSC

Adjunct Professor of Surgery (Oncology)

Ford, C.H.J., B.Sc., Ph.D. London, F.I.Biol. London

COMMUNITY MEDICINE

BEHAVIOURAL SCIENCES

Professor of Clinical Psychology

Murray, P.M., B.Sc. Ulster, Ph.D. Stirling, C.Psych.

COMMUNITY MEDICINE

Professors of Family Practice

Patey, P., B.Sc. Memorial, M.D., C.M., M.Sc. McGill, C.C.F.P., F.C.F.P.

Robbins, C., B.Sc., M.B.A. Memorial, M.D. Dalhousie, C.C.F.P., F.C.F.P.

Associate Professor of Community Nutrition

Moore-Orr, R.D., M.S. Iowa, M.Sc., D.Sc. Harvard

Associate Professor of Community Health

Bavington, B., B.A. Graceland College, M.D. Toronto, D.T.M.H. Liverpool, M.P.H. Johns Hopkins, F.A.C.P.M., FRCPC

Clinical Assistant Professors of Community Medicine

Dawe, J.D., R.N. St. Clare's, B.A. Memorial, C.H.E.

Donovan, C., B.Med.Sc., M.D. Memorial, M.H.Sc. British Columbia

Fitzgerald, B., B.Comm. Memorial, M.H.Sc. Toronto

Roberts, A., B.Sc., M.D. Memorial

Roberts, P., B.A., M.A., M.D. Dalhousie

Clinical Assistant Professors of Public Heath

Noseworthy, G., B.Sc., B.Med.Sc., M.D. Memorial, M.H.Sc. Toronto

Stratton, F., B.Med.Sc., M.D. Memorial, M.H.Sc. Toronto

EPIDEMIOLOGY AND BIOSTATISTICS

Professor of Statistics

Bartlett, R., B.Sc., B.Ed. Memorial, M.Sc. Manitoba, Ph.D. Waterloo

Professor of Epidemiology

West, R., M.Sc., Ph.D. McGill, Fellow IMLS UK

Associate Professor of Biostatistics

Gadag, V., B.Sc., M.Sc. Karnatak, M.Phil., Ph.D. Poona

Associate Professor of Epidemiology

Buehler, S.K., A.B. Illinois College, M.A. Indiana, Ph.D. Memorial

Assistant Professor of Epidemiology

Aldoori, W., M.D. Cairo, M.P.A., D.Sc. Harvard

Associate Professor of Medicine (Nephrology)

Harnett, J., M.B., B.Ch., B.A.O. Cork, M.R.C.P.I.

Assistant Professor of Medicine (Nephrology)

Barrett, B.J., M.B., B.Ch., B.A.O. Cork, M.Sc. Memorial, FRCPC

Assistant Professor of Medicine (Gastroenterology)

Fardy, J., B.Med.Sc., M.D. Memorial, M.Sc. Western Ontario, FRCPC

Assistant Professor of Medicine (Respiratory)

Fox, G.A., B.Sc., B.Med.Sc., M.D. Memorial, FRCPC

GENETICS

Professor of Population Genetics

Bear, J.C., B.A. U. of Pennsylvania, Ph.D. Newcastle upon Tyne

Professor of Pediatrics (Clinical Genetics)

Ives, E., M.B., Ch.B. Glasgow, M.S. Michigan, FRCPC, FCCMG

HEALTH CARE DELIVERY

Professor of Social Medicine

Segovia, J., M.D., M.P.H. Buenos Aires

Associate Professor of Community Medicine (Part-time)

Warrick, H.J., M.B., B.S. London

Assistant Professor of Health Policy and Health Care Delivery

Neville, D.B., B.N. Memorial, M.Sc.N. Toronto, S.M., Sc.D. Harvard

Clinical Assistant Professor of Health Care Delivery

Williams, R., M.D. Dalhousie, C.C.F.P.

Clinical Assistant Professor of Health Administration

Paulse, B., B.N. Memorial, M.P.H.A. Dalhousie

OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH

Professor of Medicine (Rheumatology) (Part-time)

Martin, J.R., M.D., C.M. McGill, M.R.C.P., FRCPC, F.A.C.P.

Clinical Associate Professor of Occupational Health

Cook, R.G., B.Sc., M.D. Memorial, B.Ed. Dalhousie, M.P.H. Michigan

CONTINUING MEDICAL EDUCATION

Assistant Dean & Director

Miller, R.T., M.D. Western Ontario, C.C.F.P., F.C.F.P.

OFFICE OF ACADEMIC DEVELOPMENT

Director

Hansen, P.A., B.Sc., M.S. Akron, Ph.D. Memorial

MEDICAL HUMANITIES

Professor of Medical Ethics

Langford, M.J., B.A., M.A. Oxford, M.A. Cambridge, Ph.D. London

John Clinch Professor of the History of Medicine

Crellin, J., B.Pharm., M.Sc., Ph.D., L.R.C.P., M.R.C.S., M.R.Pharm.S. London

Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine and Medical History

Parsons, W.D., B.Sc., M.D., C.M. McGill, FRCPC

Professor of Anthropology

Anderson, R.R., B.A. Knox, M.A. Emory, Ph.D. Missouri

Associate Professor of Folklore

Goldstein, D.E., B.A. Memorial, M.A., Ph.D. Pennsylvania

Associate Professor of English Language and Literature

O'Dwyer, B.T., B.A. St. Mary's, M.A. Memorial, P.G.Dip. The Hague, Ph.D. Edinburgh

CENTRE FOR OFFSHORE & REMOTE MEDICINE (MEDICOR)

Director

Manson, H., M.B., Ch.B. Aberdeen, F.F.A.R.C.S. (England), FRCPC

Associates

LeDez, K., M.B., Ch.B. Dundee, FRCPC

Martin, J.R., M.D., C.M. McGill, M.R.C.P., FRCPC, F.A.C.P.

O'Shea, C., L.R.C.P.S. and P.I. Dublin, M.D.

Patel, K., L.M.R.C.S., M.R.C.P. (Ireland)

Patel, V., L.M.R.C.S., M.R.C.P. (Ireland)

Snellen, J.W., M.D. Leiden, Ph.D. Nijmegen

OFFICE OF RURAL MEDICINE

Co-ordinator - Student Programmes

Kirby, F., B.Sc., B.Ed., M.Ed. Memorial

TELEMEDICINE CENTRE

Chairman

House, A.M., M.D., C.M. Dalhousie, FRCPC

HEALTH SCIENCES LIBRARY

Associate University Librarian (Health Sciences)

Beckett, G., B.A. Simon Fraser University, M.L.S. McGill

Head, Public Services

Barnett, L., B.Sc. McGill, M.L.I.S. Dalhousie

Reference Librarians

Howse, D., B.A. Memorial, M.L.I.S. Western Ontario

Sheehan, C., B.A. Memorial, B.L.S. Toronto, M.Phil. Memorial

Wotherspoon, S.M., B.A. Queen's, B.L.S. Toronto

Head, Technical Services

Deluney, E., B.A.(Hons.) Memorial, M.L.I.S. Western Ontario

Systems Librarian

Morgan, P., B.A. Memorial, M.L.S. McGill

MEDICAL SCHOOL LABORATORIES

Manager

Miller, M.E., B.Sc., M.Sc. Memorial

HEALTH SCIENCES INFORMATION AND MEDIA SERVICE

Manager

Beckett, G., B.A. Simon Fraser, M.L.S. McGill

SURGICAL RESEARCH LABORATORY DIRECTOR

Husa, L., MVDr. Kosice

ADJUNCT PROFESSORS

Adjunct Professor of Medicine

Parsons, S.E.R., C.L.F.P., M.R.C.F.P.

Adjunct Professor of the History of Medicine

O'Brien, P., B.A. Queen's, M.A. Memorial


FACULTY OF MEDICINE

BACKGROUND

The Faculty of Medicine of Memorial University is the youngest of the 16 Canadian Medical Schools and was one of the four schools suggested by the Hall Royal Commission on Canadian Health Services in its 1964 report.

A series of meetings was begun in 1963 between representatives of Memorial University, the Newfoundland Medical Association, and the Department of Health of the Government of Newfoundland and Labrador. Following the Hall Commission's recommendation and on the basis of positive advice from Dr. J. Wendell MacLeod, Executive Secretary of the Association of Canadian Medical Colleges, and Dr. Chester B. Stewart, Dean of Medicine at Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Memorial University established a Commission in 1965 to undertake a feasibility study. The late Dr. J.A. MacFarlane, formerly Dean of Medicine at the University of Toronto, and a member of the Hall Royal Commission served as chairman. The MacFarlane Commission's recommendation that a Medical School be established at Memorial University was confirmed independently by a Royal Commission on Health Services for Newfoundland. The chairman of this latter Commission, Lord Brain, an eminent British medical educator, and his advisors, reported that the location of a Medical School in the province was a necessary step in the provision of adequate medical services for Newfoundland.

Dr. Ian Rusted, a local physician who had been involved in the early negotiations and had taken the initiative in introducing continuing medical education for doctors in the province, was appointed Dean of Medicine in 1967. Under his leadership, faculty members were recruited, the undergraduate programme was initiated and the first medical students were admitted in 1969. The existing programmes of postgraduate training and continuing medical education were strengthened and the spectrum of medical education was subsequently completed in 1971 with the initiation of a programme of graduate studies leading to the degrees of M.Sc. and Ph.D.

The undergraduate curriculum was designed to foster integrated learning and to permit contact with patients early in the student's training. To facilitate this integrated approach the administration of the school was set up as a nondepartmental system based on three Divisions: Community Medicine and Behavioural Sciences, Basic Medical Sciences and Clinical Sciences.

Initially the Medical School was housed in temporary buildings. With joint funding by the Federal and Provincial Governments, a Health Sciences Centre was constructed on the North Campus of the University and was officially opened in 1978. This modern building, occupied by the Medical School and the General Hospital, contains a large Health Sciences Library, a Medical Audiovisual Centre, an Animal Care Unit, auditorium, lecture and seminar rooms. The multipurpose teaching laboratories can be readily adapted for different types of teaching and demonstration. The structure of the Health Sciences Centre facilitates integration between basic scientists, clinicians and allied health workers in the hospital, the University and the community. Clinical research facilities are located adjacent to basic research units and some research laboratories provide services in clinical investigation. Services such as cafeteria and stores are common to the Medical School and the General Hospital.

The General Hospital is part of a network of teaching hospitals in St. John's and throughout the province. The conventional use of major referral centres as teaching resources is complemented by the availability of Regional and Community Hospitals to provide valuable clinical experience for undergraduate and postgraduate students.

In contrast to many other schools, the class size at Memorial's Medical School is small. This permits ready contact between students and faculty, and has obvious advantages in clinical teaching. At present normally 60 students are admitted annually to the first year of the undergraduate medical programme.

OBJECTIVES OF THE FACULTY OF MEDICINE

The objectives of the Faculty of Medicine are consistent with the objectives of Memorial University of Newfoundland in developing and maintaining excellence in the quality of its academic standards and of research, establishing programmes to meet the expanding needs of the province and of providing the means to reach out to all the people.

The Faculty seeks to attain these objectives through an organizational structure which allows optimum interaction among the various disciplines within the Medical School and with other Faculties and Schools as appropriate.

The organizational structure includes interactions with hospitals and other institutions affiliated with the University. The term 'Medical School' refers to the wider organizational structure of the Faculty of Medicine within the University and the Affiliated Hospitals and institutions.

The specific objectives are:

1) To engage in programmes of education which will produce medical doctors and scientists for Newfoundland and Labrador and, to the extent possible, for other parts of Canada and elsewhere.

a) Educational programmes have been developed for

(i) undergraduate medical students proceeding to the degree of M.D.
(ii) postgraduate clinical trainees proceeding to qualifications for licensure and/or certification in various specialties.
(iii) graduate students proceeding to advanced degrees in the medical sciences and post-doctoral fellows obtaining advanced research training.
(iv) practicing physicians participating in continuing education programmes aimed at maintaining and improving competence.

b) The major educational programme is that for medical students proceeding to the M.D. degree.

(i) Such students, from a wide variety of social and scholastic backgrounds, are admitted primarily from the Province of Newfoundland and Labrador, and to the extent possible, from the rest of Canada and elsewhere. Admission is limited and is based on competition using criteria inclusive of academic achievement, motivation, personal and emotional characteristics.
(ii) The students are provided with the opportunity to acquire the requisite knowledge of the medical sciences, to develop in a supervised setting the methods and skills required for patient care, to become familiar with the principles and practices of preventive medicine and to acquire attitudes and awareness of ethical principles essential to the care of the sick and to the maintenance of health.
(iii) The students are encouraged to engage in independent study to foster the habit of personal responsibility for further professional education and training.

2) To contribute to knowledge through research conducted in the Medical School and in collaboration with other elements in the University, the Affiliated Hospitals and in the community.

3) To be involved with the Affiliated Hospitals and other hospitals and institutions in the provision of quality patient care in all communities of the Province and to seek improved methods in the provision of health care.

4) To co-operate with other health care professionals, institutions and agencies, in activities leading to improved education, research and health care.

AFFILIATED TEACHING HOSPITALS

Within St. John's (under the Health Care Corporation of St. John's)

- General Hospital
- Grace General Hospital
- Dr. Charles A. Janeway Child Health Centre
- St. Clare's Mercy Hospital
- Waterford Hospital

Outside St. John's

- Baie Verte Peninsula Health Centre
- Captain Wm. Jackman Memorial Hospital
- Carbonear General Hospital
- Central Newfoundland Hospital
- Charles S. Curtis Memorial Hospital
- Dr. Everett Chalmers Hospital
- Dr. G.B. Cross Memorial Hospital
- Green Bay Health Care Centre
- James Paton Memorial Hospital
- Notre Dame Bay Memorial Hospital
- Western Memorial Regional Hospital

OUTLINE OF TEACHING PROGRAMME

(See Outline of Medical Training diagram.

The Medical School offers a four-year course of studies leading to the degree of M.D.

The first two years of medical studies comprise the preclerkship phase of the curriculum. Basic medical sciences are taught primarily in the first year of medical studies. Upon completion of this course, the integrated study of disease course commences. The course includes an interdisciplinary study of all major bodily systems. In addition, the student learns about the major diseases and their manifestations as preparation for participation in the clinical clerkship.

During both the first and second years of medical studies, the students undertake instruction in community medicine and clinical skills. At the end of the second year, the student is expected to be able to take a history, perform a thorough physical examination and to derive a logical diagnosis.

In the final portion of the MD programme, the student alternates through the major specialties in hospital and community settings. In this two-year portion of the curriculum, the student participates in the clinical care team and begins to assume the responsibilities which are associated with the care of patients.

To meet the licencing requirements in Canada, students in their final year of studies sit the examinations set by the Medical Council of Canada. After the award of the M.D., the doctor completes a minimum of two years further postgraduate training before being eligible for a licence to practice in the province.

The Faculty of Medicine has a firm commitment to Continuing Medical Education. A variety of short courses are offered in St. John's and in a number of other centres. In addition, tutors travel to about 20 regional centres, mainly based in hospitals throughout the Province and individual programmes are provided as `Clinical Traineeships'.

The programme of Graduate Studies in Medicine has strengthened and many graduates from outside the Province have come to Memorial Medical School to pursue courses of study and research leading to the degrees of M.Sc. and Ph.D. in Basic and Clinical Sciences and Community Medicine.

POSTGRADUATE MEDICAL TRAINING PROGRAMMES

Postgraduate medical training is offered in programmes leading to certification by either the College of Family Physicians of Canada or the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada. These are full-time training programmes which contain a considerable element of "learning by doing" in a tightly controlled environment consisting of hospital and community teaching units which are carefully and continually supervised by Faculty. In these teaching units, each student can exercise responsibility, to a degree dependent on his/her abilities, as determined by frequent evaluation performed by the tutors. Our postgraduate training programmes are accredited by the College of Family Physicians of Canada or the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada and the appropriate licensing authority.

Postgraduate entry positions are available through the Canadian Residency Matching Service. For further information write to:

The CaRMS Office
Suite 802, 151 Slater Street
Ottawa, Ontario K1P 5H3

Telephone: (613) 237-0075

FAMILY MEDICINE

The University offers a two-year residency in Family Medicine. This leads to eligibility for certification by the College of Family Physicians of Canada.

RESIDENCY TRAINING PROGRAMMES

Memorial University offers specialty training programmes in Anesthesia, Internal Medicine (and subspecialty in Nephrology), Neurology, Obstetrics/Gynecology, Orthopedics, Anatomic Pathology, General Pathology, Pediatrics, Psychiatry, Radiology and General Surgery.

Internal Medicine and Pediatrics offer a straight programme in the first year of the training programme. The normal period of training in Internal Medicine or Pediatrics is four years post-M.D.

In the remaining specialty programmes offered by Memorial University, broad-based clinical training is offered as the first year of the training programme. The total length of each of these programmes is five years; excepting General Surgery which is a total length of six years.

CLINICAL FELLOWSHIPS

A sixth year of postgraduate study (Clinical Fellowship) may be available to residents who have completed specialty training requirements. These fellowships may be primarily directed to the clinical area, to teaching, or to research.

REGISTRATION

Postgraduate Trainees are registered each year as students of Memorial University.

LICENSURE IN THE PROVINCE OF NEWFOUNDLAND

All trainees must be eligible for and obtain an educational license from the Newfoundland Medical Board.

Advice will be provided by the Postgraduate Medical Studies Office.

RESEARCH

In addition to its commitment to teaching, the Faculty of Medicine strongly supports the research activities of its members. Programmes have been designed to attract postdoctoral fellows and students interested in studying for the M.Sc. and Ph.D. degrees. Areas of strength have emerged in Endocrinology and Metabolism, Gastroenterology, Human Genetics, Immunology, Molecular Biology, Neurosciences, and Cardiovascular Sciences including Epidemiology, with a number of other projects in Clinical and Community Medicine. The approach to research in this Faculty is multidisciplinary and interaction among the divisions of Basic Sciences, Community Medicine and Clinical Sciences is encouraged.

REGULATIONS FOR THE DEGREE OF DOCTOR OF MEDICINE

ADMISSION TO THE FACULTY OF MEDICINE

1) All applications for entry to the programme of studies leading to the M.D. degree are dealt with by the Admissions Office of the Faculty of Medicine and must be submitted to that office on or before the closing date (normally November 15th). No application received after this date will be considered. An application processing fee of $50.00 is required from all applicants.

2) Applications are reviewed after the closing date by the Admissions Committee of the Faculty of Medicine. This Committee has the delegated authority of the Faculty Council to admit or decline to admit students, following guidelines and procedures acceptable to that Council.

3) Admissions will normally be to the first year of medical studies. In exceptional circumstances, admission with advanced standing may be offered.

4) Entry to medical school is on the basis of competition for a fixed number of places. The Admissions Committee takes account of an applicant's academic background, performance on the Medical College Admissions Test (MCAT) and information on an applicant's personal characteristics and achievements as given by the applicant, by referees' reports and, in some cases, by personal interviews. Priority is given to applicants who the Admissions Committee determines are bona fide residents of this province. No discrimination is made on the basis of sex, religion, race or marital status. Age by itself is not used as a basis for selection or rejection. Both age and the length of time away from full-time studies may be taken into consideration.

5) The Admissions Committee's decision to admit or decline to admit an applicant will be made on the basis of the competition for entry in the year of application and will be determined by the Committee's judgement of the likelihood of an applicant succeeding in the academic and professional studies leading to the award of the M.D., and in the eventual practice of medicine.

6) To be eligible for admission, an applicant shall have completed a bachelor's degree including the prerequisite subjects of two courses in English at a recognized university or university college before admission. In exceptional circumstances an application may be considered from someone who does not expect to hold a bachelor's degree at the time of admission.

Such an applicant will have completed at least 20 courses including the prerequisite subjects of two courses in English at a recognized university or university college before admission and be a student who has work related or other experience acceptable to the Admissions Committee.

The word ''course'' is taken to mean a unit of work in a particular subject taken in one semester. No application will be considered from a candidate who cannot produce evidence that the above requirements have been met or will have been met by the time of entry to the Medical School.

In addition, all applicants must write the new MCAT (introduced in 1991) prior to the application deadline.

7) Each applicant is responsible for ensuring that all the required information on the application form, e.g. transcripts, MCAT scores, referees' reports, is supplied to the Admissions Committee, and for providing any further information required by this Committee. An application is not considered complete until these documents have been received.

8) The Admissions Committee may request that a candidate attend an interview.

9) The University may require you to submit to a medical examination by a physician selected by the Medical School.

10) Notification of the Committee's decision will be made to candidates by letter signed by, or on behalf of, the Chairman of the Admissions Committee. No other form of notification can be considered to be official.

11) The letter of acceptance will give the successful applicant fourteen (14) days in which to confirm that he/she will accept the place offered. The signed intention to accept the offered place must be accompanied by a deposit of $100 which will be credited towards tuition fees. The deposit will be forfeited if the applicant subsequently declines the place.

If no reply to the offer of a place is received within fourteen days, the offer by the Faculty of Medicine will be withdrawn on the appropriate date, and the applicant will be informed of this by letter.

12) The Admissions Committee, at its discretion, may grant deferral of admission for one year to a maximum of two successful applicants in the first round of offers for any one admission cycle. An applicant must request a deferred entry at the time of responding to an offer of admission. The first round of offers are normally confirmed by mid-June and requests for deferral are considered by mid-July.

13) Successful applicants must normally complete a certified Basic Cardiac Life Support course before beginning medical school.

14) Unsuccessful applicants who wish to re-apply for admission are required to submit the application forms relevant to the year of re-application and will be required to enter the competition in that year.

15) An unsuccessful applicant has the right to appeal against the decision of the Admissions Committee not to offer him/her a place, if it is felt by the applicant that the decision was reached on grounds other than those specified in paragraphs 1-4 above. The appeal should be made in writing within fourteen days of the notification of the decision and should be directed to the Dean of Medicine. The letter should state clearly and fully the grounds for the appeal. If the Dean of Medicine, in consultation with the Registrar, judges the grounds to be sufficient, the formal appeals mechanism will be initiated.

EVALUATION AND PROMOTION

1) Subject to the approval of Senate, the overall policy of evaluation and the planning of the programmes of studies leading to the degree of M.D. are the responsibility of the Undergraduate Medical Studies Committee, which is a standing committee of the Council of the Faculty of Medicine. Responsibility for scheduling and co-ordinating courses rests with an elected Year Co-ordinator in collaboration with the chairpersons of courses taught in a year or section of the curriculum.

2) Each student is expected to complete the work of the class as described in the current regulations of the Faculty of Medicine for each year of the programme and to pass the prescribed academic and professional examination. In this context, the professional evaluation will cover, not only the skills expected of a student, but personal conduct and relationships with peers, patients, hospital personnel, faculty and staff.

3) For years 1 and 2, evaluations of each student's performance are conducted by the course chairs and instructors in each course or course components. The results of these evaluations are expressed on a three point internal scale as outstanding, pass or fail.

In the third and fourth years, evaluations covering discipline rotations, electives and selectives are conducted by the discipline coordinators and the electives and selectives coordinators. There is an internal five point scale of outstanding, above average, average, below average and fail. The applied basic and life science academic course taught during the clerkship is graded in the same fashion as courses in the preclerkship phase of the curriculum.

a) Students will be informed by the Year Co-ordinator or the Chairperson of the course subcommittee of the results of each evaluation and of any concerns that have arisen about performance.

b) It is the responsibility of the student to consult immediately with the Year Co-ordinator and/or the Chairperson of the subcommittee of any course in which concerns about performance have been expressed. Within one week of receiving notification of the grade for a course, a student may submit a request to the Year Co-ordinator for reconsideration of the grade awarded or for reread of paper.

c) At any time during the year, the student is responsible for notifying the Year Co-ordinator of any circumstances which could affect his or her individual performance in the work of the class.

4) a) The Student Promotions Committees are standing committees of the Faculty Council and are composed of the Year Co-ordinator and the Chairpersons of the relevant course subcommittees. It is the responsibility of the Student Promotions Committees to monitor each student's progress for each year of the undergraduate curriculum on the basis of grades submitted by the course Chairperson.

b) The Student Promotions Committee will review the results of all evaluations in any year. On the basis of this review, this Committee will decide which students should be promoted to the next year of studies. In reaching its decisions the Student Promotions Committee will take into account professional, as well as academic factors, and any special circumstances which may warrant consideration.

5) Following the completion of each academic year, the Student Promotions Committee will report to the Faculty Council:

(i) the number of students in the class who are to be promoted and the circumstances under which promotions have not been recommended;

(ii) the grades to be awarded to students for recommendation to the Registrar for entry on the official university transcript for each student;

(iii) the names of those students who are deemed eligible for the award of the degree of M.D. for recommendation to the Senate.

6) The Student Promotions Committee may require students to pass additional examinations or to do remedial work before being considered for promotion. Students with a "Fail" grade in any course cannot be promoted, such students may be allowed to repeat the entire course or any appropriate section and must pass an appropriate evaluation before being permitted to proceed in the programme. The amount and quality of makeup required of a student is at the discretion of the Student Promotions Committee, but it cannot be undertaken while any other course is in progress, nor if the student's full participation in subsequent courses is in any way jeopardized.

7) The Student Promotions Committee may decide not to promote students who have shown consistently weak performance even if grades of "Pass" have been achieved in all courses, if it is anticipated that performance in the subsequent year would be adversely affected by the unsatisfactory progress.

8) A student who is deemed by the Student Promotions Committee to be unsuitable for promotion may be required to repeat all or part of the studies in any year, or may be required to withdraw either conditionally or unconditionally.

a) If a student is required to repeat a year on the grounds of unsatisfactory academic performance, his or her performance in the repeated year must be at a level at which no remedial work or supplementary evaluation is required. If this standard is not met, the Student Promotions Committee may require the student to withdraw unconditionally.

b) Normally the option to repeat a year on the grounds of academic difficulties can only be offered to a student once during his/her M.D. programme. This restriction may be waived if it has been demonstrated that the student's academic performance has been adversely affected by other factors acceptable to the Student Promotions Committee and duly authenticated.

c) If the Student Promotions Committee requires a student to withdraw conditionally, the Year Co-ordinator will report to the Dean of the Faculty of Medicine the nature of the conditions to be met and the time period specified for meeting the conditions. The Dean may then recommend to the Registrar that the student be permitted to withdraw. Any student who has been required to withdraw conditionally may be readmitted once the conditions have been met. If the conditions are not met within the specified time limit, the student may be required to withdraw unconditionally.

d) If a Student Promotions Committee requires a student to withdraw unconditionally, the Year Co-ordinator will report the decision and the basis upon which it was reached to the Dean of the Faculty of Medicine. The Dean may then recommend to the Registrar that the student be required to withdraw from the programme. Any student who is required to withdraw unconditionally and who wishes to re-enter the Faculty must apply in competition to the Admissions Committee.

9) A student has the right to make a formal appeal against a decision of the Student Promotions Committee. However, this appeal cannot be made on the basis of the grades awarded in individual courses, as the student will normally have had the opportunity of contesting grades immediately after notification. A formal appeal by a student against the decision of this Committee must be made on grounds other than the grades awarded, e.g., default of procedure. This appeal should be made in writing, clearly stating the basis for the appeal and should be directed in the first instance to the Registrar of the University. The Registrar, in consultation with the Dean, will determine whether or not the grounds stated are sufficient to warrant a formal hearing of the appeal.

10) In addition to the above clauses, the Faculty of Medicine reserves the right to require a student to withdraw from the programme at any time when acceptable cause is demonstrated. In such cases, the Dean, on behalf of the Faculty, shall recommend such withdrawal to the Registrar who will then take appropriate action. Any such action is subject to the right of appeal by the student. An appeal should be made in writing clearly stating the basis for the appeal and should be directed in the first instance to the Registrar of the University. The Registrar, in consultation with the Dean, will determine whether or not the grounds stated are sufficient to warrant a formal hearing of the appeal.

11) Upon completion of an academic year, a student in good academic standing may elect to withdraw temporarily from studies, e.g., to pursue graduate studies after completion of the second year. Voluntary withdrawal at other times and for other reasons may be permitted in accordance with Section P, Withdrawals from University, General Academic Regulations (Undergraduates). In all cases, the intent to withdraw voluntarily should be discussed beforehand with the Year Co-ordinator of the current year and the Year Coordinator of the academic year to which the student plans to return. On receipt of an application from a student for voluntary withdrawal, the Dean, after consultation with the appropriate Year Co-ordinator, may recommend to the Registrar that a student be permitted to withdraw without prejudice for a stated period of time. At the end of this period of withdrawal, the student, in consultation with the appropriate Year Co-ordinator, should ensure that sufficient revision and preparatory work is undertaken to allow studies to be resumed readily.

In the absence of good cause, any such student who does not resume studies on the specified date may be deemed to have left the programme.

CURRICULAR REQUIREMENTS (DOCTOR OF MEDICINE)

Students entering the Doctor of Medicine programme to begin study as of September 1996 will follow the curricular requirements outlined below. Students who entered the programme prior to September 1996 will be governed by curricular requirements in effect at the time of their admission.

After candidates for the degree of Doctor of Medicine have successfully completed all four years of Medical Studies, the Student Promotions Committee can recommend to Faculty Council that the degree of Doctor of Medicine be awarded.

COURSE LIST

The courses in the first two years of medical studies, also known as the preclerkship phase of the medical curriculum, form an integrated continuum. Each of the four courses is composed of several individual components. The third and fourth year of medical studies provides clinical experience in the affiliated teaching hospitals and community sites of Memorial University. The student will be a member of the patient care team and will have graded and supervised responsibility. Students will also be required to attend seminars and lectures within the clerkship and will also be required to attend a preclerkship preparation course immediately prior to starting the clinical rotations.

COURSES IN THE FIRST AND SECOND YEAR OF MEDICAL STUDIES

5600. Basic Science of Medicine I. (6 credit hours) This is an integrated course with several components including biochemistry, physiology of excitable tissues, systems physiology, immunology, cell biology, genetics, microbiology, nutrition, pharmacology, pathology and anatomy. This course introduces students to the biology of the normal human and provides the foundation of the basic science of medicine. A wide range of teaching methods are used including lectures, small group sessions, laboratory demonstrations, seminars and open discussions. The principles of research are also introduced and the student may initiate research opportunities that are carried through subsequent courses in the curriculum.

5610. Clinical Skills I. (6 credit hours) Students are first introduced to the main elements of the medical interview and techniques of counselling. The student is then expected to acquire skill in examining normal individuals and eliciting symptoms and signs in patients and presenting the findings in a logical and comprehensive manner. Emphasis is placed on developing a sympathetic and understanding approach to the patient being examined. The course also provides an integrated approach to clinical symptoms and signs as manifestations of disordered function or structure. Ethical issues playing a significant role in assessment and management of clinical problems are considered.

5640. Community Medicine I. (6 credit hours) This course introduces several subject areas in community medicine including health promotion, disease prevention, biostatistics, epidemiology, social and organizational factors in health, environmental and occupational health, community nutrition and behavioural sciences. Lectures and small group sessions are complemented with practical experience obtained through group research projects and field teaching in the community in both a rural and urban context. Aspects of medical ethics relative to community medicine are integrated throughout the course. Emphasis is placed on understanding the determinants of health and illness and the context in which they occur.

5650. Integrated Study of Disease I. (9 credit hours) This course will involve studying diseases of the major organ systems. This will include integration with the pathophysiological basis of disease, pathology and pharmacology. The course will also include the relevant aspects of preventive medicine, clinical genetics, clinical epidemiology and occupational medicine.

6600. Basic Science of Medicine II. (6 credit hours) Continuation of Basic Science of Medicine I.

6610. Clinical Skills II. (9 credit hours) Continuation of Clinical Skills I.

6640. Community Medicine II. (9 credit hours) Continuation of Community Medicine I.

6650. Integrated Study of Disease II. (9 credit hours) Continuation of Integrated Study of Disease I.

COURSES IN THE THIRD AND FOURTH YEAR OF MEDICAL STUDIES

Year three is approximately 12 months duration beginning September and continuing to the following September. It is composed of the core courses 7200-7250 and some elective courses. Year four begins immediately upon completion of year three and continues to the following May. Year four includes elective and selective courses and course 7280.

7200. Internal Medicine. (9 Credit Hours)

7210. Surgery. (9 Credit Hours)

7220. Psychiatry. (9 Credit Hours)

7230. Pediatrics. (9 Credit Hours)

7240. Rural Family Practice. (9 Credit Hours)

7250. Obstetrics/Gynecology. (9 Credit Hours)

7260-7269. Electives. (15 Credit Hours)

7270-7279. Selectives. (18 Credit Hours)

7280. Applied Basic and Life Science Academic Course. (3 Credit Hours)

COURSES OFFERED BY THE FACULTY OF MEDICINE FOR NON-MEDICAL STUDENTS

310A and 310B. Human Physiology (F) and (W). (Same as Biochemistry 311A and 311B) Topics covered are the properties of nerves and muscle cells, the nervous system, the special senses, blood and body fluids, the cardiovascular system, digestion, respiration, renal function, endocrinology and reproduction. Integration of the body's systems in maintaining homeostasis will be emphasized.

Prerequisites or Co-requisites: Biochemistry 3100. Permission of Instructor or Associate Dean of Basic Sciences for students other than Biochemistry Majors.

Lectures: Three hours per week.
Laboratory: Up to three hours per week.
Registration: Limited to 48 students.

Priority for entry into this course will be given to students in the following programmes: Biochemistry, Nutrition, Dietetics, Experimental Biology.

4300. Introduction to General and Autonomic Pharmacology. (Same as Biochemistry 4220.) This course will deal with the general principles of pharmacology (receptors, absorption, distribution, metabolism, pharmacokinetics), drugs affecting peripheral nerve transmission and the cardiovascular system.

4301. General Pharmacology. This course will deal with drugs affecting the central nervous system, the kidney, hormone secretory systems, as well as a study of antibiotic action and toxicology.

Prerequisites: Biochemistry 3100, and 3102 and Medicine 310A and 310B, or their equivalent, or at the permission of the Instructor or the Associate Dean of Basic Sciences. Absolute course requirement for 4301 is 4300.

Lectures: Two hours per week.
Laboratory: Three hours per week.
Registration limited to 25 students.

NOTE: Courses 4300 and 4301 will be offered at least every other year and interested students should contact the Associate Dean of Basic Sciences, 737-6897.


Outline of Medical Training

Studies at University Bachelors Degree
Admission to Medical School

1st Year M.D.

5600. Basic Science of Medicine I

5610. Clinical Skills I

5640. Community Medicine I

5650. Integrated Study of Disease I

6600. Basic Science of Medicine II

2nd Year M.D.

6610. Clinical Skills II

6640. Community Medicine II

6650. Integrated Study of Disease II

3rd Year M.D.

Clerkship Preparation Course

Clerkship I

Alternating through:

7200. Internal Medicine

7210. Surgery

7220. Psychiatry

7230. Pediatrics

7240. Rural Family Medicine

7250. Obstetrics/Gynecology

4th Year M.D. Clerkship II

Alternating through:

7260-7269. Electives

7270-7279. Selectives

7280. Applied Basic & Life Science Academic

Course

Award of M.D.

Medical Council of Canada Qualifying Exam
Admission to Postgraduate Medical Studies

Straight

Speciality

Programmes

4 Years

Internal Medicine

Pediatrics

Speciality Programmes

5 + Years

Anesthesia General Surgery

Obstetrics/Gynecology Neurology

Anatomic Pathology Orthopedics

Psychiatry Radiology

General Pathology

Subspecialty Programmes

Nephrology

Residency Training

2 Years

Family Medicine

Royal College

Examination

Royal College

Examination

College of Family Physicians

Examination

Eligibility for Licensure


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