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The Bachelor of Science in

Medicine Program of Science in

Faculty of Medicine

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Bachelor of Science in Medicine

The B.Sc. (Med) program gives medical students an opporunity to engage in original academic research, in basic medical, clincial, or community sciences, under the supervision of a member of the Medical Faculty.

The specific aim of the program is to develop within the student, skills at experimental design, hypothesis testing, critical evaluation of data and the effective communication of results.

Faculty of Medicine

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Dr. Henry G. Friesen

B.Sc.(Med) 1958

Gairdner Award

Royal Society of Canada

President of CIHR(MRC)

Order of Canada

Canadian Medical Hall of Fame

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Dr. John H. Dirks

B.Sc.(Med) 1957

Chair of Medicine (UBC)

Dean of Medicine (UofT)

Chair of COMGAN

Royal Society of Canada

Order of Canada

Canadian Medical Hall of Fame

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Dr. Charles H. Hollenberg

B.Sc.(Med) 1955

Chair of Medicine (UofT)

Director of Banting & Best

Diabetes Centre

President & CEO of Ontario

Cancer Treatment and

Research Foundation

Order of Canada

Canadian Medical Hall of Fame

the opportunity to engage in original research in both general and specialized medicine
The opportunity to engage in original research in both general and specialized medicine

Develop skills in research design, hypothesis testing, critical evaluation of data and effective communication of results

B.Sc. (Med) Program

Faculty of Medicine

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Dr. Christopher M. Robertson

B.Sc. (Med) 2005

“Mycophenolicacid inhibits avian reovirusreplication”

Antiviral Research 64 (2004)

Christopher M. Robertson, Laura L. Hermann, Kevin M. Coombs

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Dr. Gary Allan Harding

B.Sc. (Med) 2000

“In Vitro Characterization of Aminoglycoside Adaptive

Resistance in Pseudomonas aeruginosa”

Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy40:6 (June 1996)

James A. Karlowsky, Marilyn H. Saunders, Gary A. J. Harding, Daryl J. Hoban, and George G. Zhanel

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Dr. Harry Ronald Hoff

B.Sc. (Med) 1992

“AcetylatorPhenotype Does Not Predict Acetylation Of Amantadine In Man”

Manitoba Medicine61:4 (1991)

Harry R. Hoff, Daniel S. Sitar and Fred Y. Aoki

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Bachelor of Science in Medicine

The B.Sc. (Med) program gives medical students an opporunity to engage in original academic research, in basic medical, clincial, or community sciences, under the supervision of a member of the Medical Faculty.

The specific aim of the program is to develop within the student, skills at experimental design, hypothesis testing, critical evaluation of data and the effective communication of results.

Faculty of Medicine

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Brett L. Houston

B.Sc. (Med) 2011

“Refinement of the hereditary xerocytosis locus on chromosome 16q in a large Canadian kindred”

Blood Cells, Molecules, and Diseases47:4 (December 2011)

B.L. Houston, T. Zelinski,S.J. Israels,G. Coghlan, B.N. Chodirker, P.G. Gallagher, D.S. Houston and R. Zarychanski

the opportunity to work with basic science and clinical investigators at the university of manitoba
The opportunity to work with basic science and clinical investigators at the University of Manitoba

Establish professional relationships while working on scientific discovery

B.Sc. (Med) Program

Faculty of Medicine

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Dr. Allan R. Ronald

B.Sc.(Med) 1961

Founding member of the Manitoba

Infectious Disease Program

Author of over 500 original articles,

book chapters and reviews

Founding member of Academic Alliance

for AIDS Care and Prevention in Africa

Order of Canada

Canadian Medical Hall of Fame

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Dr. Marc R. Del Bigio

B.Sc.(Med) 1982

Canada Research Chair in

Developmental Neuropathology

Professor, Department of Pathology,

University of Manitoba

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Dr. Terry P. Klassen

B.Sc.(Med) 1982

Founder of Pediatric Emergency Research of Canada (PERC)

Founding Director of the University of Alberta Evidence-Based Practice Center

Director of Research, Manitoba Institute of Child Health (MICH)

Associate Dean, Academic, Faculty of Medicine

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Dr. Arnold Naimark

B.Sc.(Med) 1957

Head, Department of Physiology, University of Manitoba

Dean, Faculty of Medicine, University of Manitoba

President and Vice-Chancellor, University of Manitoba

Royal Society of Canada

Order of Canada

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Bachelor of Science in Medicine

The B.Sc. (Med) program gives medical students an opporunity to engage in original academic research, in basic medical, clincial, or community sciences, under the supervision of a member of the Medical Faculty.

The specific aim of the program is to develop within the student, skills at experimental design, hypothesis testing, critical evaluation of data and the effective communication of results.

Faculty of Medicine

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Dr. Peter Nickerson

B.Sc.(Med) 1986

Professor, Internal Medicine, University of Manitoba

Director, Immunogenetics Laboratory, Canadian Blood Services

Associate Dean, Research, Faculty of Medicine

Fellow, Canadian Academy of Health Sciences (CAHS)

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Dr. Dean Cullen Swedlo
  • B.Sc. (Med) 2005

“Molecular Epidemiology and Prevalence of Macrolide Efflux Genes

mef(A) and mef(E) in Streptococcus pneumoniaeObtained in

Canada from 1997 to 2002”

Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy49:3 (March 2005)

Aleksandra K. Wierzbowski, Dean Swedlo, Dave Boyd, Michael Mulvey, Kim A. Nichol,Daryl J. Hoban, and George G. Zhanel

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Dr. Glen Robert Drobot

B.Sc. (Med) 1996

“Antibiotic Activity in Microbiological Media versus That in Human

Urine: Comparison of Ampicillin, Ciprofloxacin, and Trimethoprim-Sulfamethoxazole”

Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy40:1 (January 1996)

Glen R. Drobot, James A. Karlowsky, Daryl J. Hoban, and George G. Zhanel

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Dr. Abdul-Wahab Al-Khalifa
  • B.Sc. (Med) 2005

“Effect of dietary hempseed intake on cardiac ischemia-reperfusion injury”

American Journal of Physiology: Regulatory, Intergrative and Comparative Physiology292:3 (November 2006)

A. Al-Khalifa, T. G. Maddaford, M. N. Chahine, J. A. Austria, A. L. Edel, M. N. Richard,B. P. Ander, N. Gavel, M. Kopilas, R. Ganguly, P. K. Ganguly, and G. N. Pierce

possibility of publication in a peer reviewed journal
Possibility of publication in a peer reviewed journal

Research performed in medical school could improve residency opportunities

B.Sc. (Med) Program

Faculty of Medicine

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Bachelor of Science in Medicine

The B.Sc. (Med) program gives medical students an opporunity to engage in original academic research, in basic medical, clincial, or community sciences, under the supervision of a member of the Medical Faculty.

The specific aim of the program is to develop within the student, skills at experimental design, hypothesis testing, critical evaluation of data and the effective communication of results.

Faculty of Medicine

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Dr. Tavis Reid Bodnarchuk
  • B.Sc. (Med) 2009

“Evaluation of influenza-specific humoral response by

microbead array analysis”

Canadian Journal of Infectious Disease & Medical Microbiology 22:1 (Spring 2011)

YoavKeynan, TavisBodnarchuk, Stephen Wayne, Yan Li, and Keith R Fowke

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Dr. Charles Noah Bernstein

B.Sc. (Med) 1985

“A Prospective Population-Based Study of Triggers of Symptomatic Flares in IBD”

American Journal of Gastroenterology 105:9 (April 2010)

Charles N. Bernstein, Sunny Singh, Lesley A. Graff , John R. Walker , Norine Miller, and Mary Cheang

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Dr. CassianShing Yee

B.Sc. (Med) 1986

“Degradation of Endothelial Basement Membrane by Human Breast

Cancer Cell Lines”

Cancer Research46 (April 1986)

Cassian Yeeand Robert P.C. Shiu

the opportunity to work with basic science and clinical investigators at the university of manitoba1
The opportunity to work with basic science and clinical investigators at the University of Manitoba

Establish professional relationships while working on scientific discovery

B.Sc. (Med) Program

Faculty of Medicine

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Bachelor of Science in Medicine

The B.Sc. (Med) program gives medical students an opporunity to engage in original academic research, in basic medical, clincial, or community sciences, under the supervision of a member of the Medical Faculty.

The specific aim of the program is to develop within the student, skills at experimental design, hypothesis testing, critical evaluation of data and the effective communication of results.

Faculty of Medicine

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Dr. MaxymChoptiany

B.Sc. (Med) 2009

“Risk factors for acquisition of endemic blastomycosis”

Canadian Journal of Infectious Disease & Medical Microbiology20:4 (Winter 2009)

MaxymChoptiany, Lyle Wiebe, Bill Limerick, Pete Sarsfield, Mary Cheang, Bruce Light, Greg Hammond, Kerry MacDonald, EllyTrepman, Peter Pappas and John Embil

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Dr. Tracy Leanne Crampton

B.Sc. (Med) 2002

“Epidemiology and Clinical Spectrum of Blastomycosis Diagnosed

at Manitoba Hospitals”

Clinical Infectious Diseases (CID)34:15 (May 2002)

Tracy L. Crampton, R. Bruce Light, Greg M. Berg, Michael P. Meyers, Gary C. Schroeder, Earl S. Hershfield and John Embil

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Dr. Kanwal Kumar

B.Sc. (Med) 2005

“Interprovincial spoke-to-hub transport using the Impella Recover LP 5.0 left ventricular assist device as a bridge to long-term circulatory support”

Canadian Journal of Cardiology26:8 (October 2010)

Mina Guirgis, Kanwal Kumar, Shelley Zieroth, Roger Philipp, Alan H. Menkis, Darren H Freed

the opportunity to work with basic science and clinical investigators at the university of manitoba2
The opportunity to work with basic science and clinical investigators at the University of Manitoba

Establish professional relationships while working on scientific discovery

B.Sc. (Med) Program

Faculty of Medicine

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Dr. AmitJagdeo

B.Sc. (Med) 2006

“Negative Attitudes Toward Help Seeking for Mental Illness in 2 Population-Based Surveys from the United States and Canada”

Canadian Journal of Psychiatry54:11 (November 2009)

Jagdeo, Amit;Cox, Brian; Stein, Murray B; Sareen, Jitender

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Dr. Davinder Jassal

B.Sc. (Med) 1998

“Diagnosis of pericardial cysts using diffusion weighted magnetic resonance imaging: A case series”

Journal of Medical Case Reports24:5 (September 2011)

Raja A, Walker JR, Sud M, Du J, Zeglinski M, Czarnecki A, Mousavi N, Jassal DS, Kirkpatrick ID

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Dr. Douglas Kralt

B.Sc. (Med) 2007

“Clinical Characteristics and Outcomes in Patients

with Pulmonary Blastomycosis”

Mycopathologia167:3 (March 2009)

Doug Kralt,Bruce Light, Mary Cheang,Tracy MacNair,Lyle Wiebe,Bill Limerick, Pete Sarsfield,Greg Hammond, Kerry MacDonald,EllyTrepman and John M. Embil

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Bachelor of Science in Medicine

The B.Sc. (Med) program gives medical students an opporunity to engage in original academic research, in basic medical, clincial, or community sciences, under the supervision of a member of the Medical Faculty.

The specific aim of the program is to develop within the student, skills at experimental design, hypothesis testing, critical evaluation of data and the effective communication of results.

Faculty of Medicine

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The Neil John Maclean Health Sciences Library keeps B.Sc. (Med) projects in the UM digital repository in perpetuity

B.Sc. (Med) Program

Faculty of Medicine

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Dr. Bonnie L. Meatherall

B.Sc. (Med) 2004

“Disability and Quality of Life in Canadian Aboriginal and

Non-Aboriginal Diabetic Lower-Extremity Amputees”

Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation 96 (August 2005)

Bonnie L. Meatherall, Mark R. Garrett, Joseph Kaufert, Bruce D. Martin,Monica W. Fricke, Amarjit S. Arneja, Frank Duerksen, Joshua Koulack,Hank M. Fong, J. Neil Simonsen, Lindsay E. Nicolle, EllyTrepman, and John M. Embil

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Dr. Bernard R. Mezon

B.Sc. (Med) 1974

“Differing Populations of Mitochondria Isolated from the Skeletal

Muscle of Normal and Dystrophic Hamsters”

Canadian Journal of Biochemistry 52:11 (November 1974)

B.J. Mezon, K. Wrogemann, M.C. Blanchaer

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Dr. Alia Wetherow Norman

B.Sc. (Med) 2001

“Family physicians and cancer care: Palliative care patients’ perspectives”

Canadian Family Physician 47 (October 2001)

Alia Norman, Jeffrey Sisler, Thomas Hack and Michael Harlos

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Bachelor of Science in Medicine

The B.Sc. (Med) program gives medical students an opporunity to engage in original academic research, in basic medical, clincial, or community sciences, under the supervision of a member of the Medical Faculty.

The specific aim of the program is to develop within the student, skills at experimental design, hypothesis testing, critical evaluation of data and the effective communication of results.

Faculty of Medicine

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Dr. Judy E. Anderson

B.Sc.(Med) 1981

Professor, Department of Human Anatomy and Cell Science, University of Manitoba

Associate Dean, Academic, Faculty of Medicine

Head, Department of Biological Sciences, University of Manitoba

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Dr. Sharon Macdonald

B.Sc.(Med) 1972

Director, J.A. Hildes Northern Medical Unit, Faculty of Medicine

Vice-President and Chief Operating Officer, Community Health Services, WRHA

Head, Department of Community Health Sciences, Faculty of Medicine

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Bachelor of Science in Medicine

The B.Sc. (Med) program gives medical students an opporunity to engage in original academic research, in basic medical, clincial, or community sciences, under the supervision of a member of the Medical Faculty.

The specific aim of the program is to develop within the student, skills at experimental design, hypothesis testing, critical evaluation of data and the effective communication of results.

Faculty of Medicine

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Dr. Mark Oppenheimer

B.Sc. (Med) 2007

“Blastomycosis of Bones and Joints”

Southern Medical Journal 100:6 (June 2007)

Mark Oppenheimer,John M. Embil, Brian Black,

Lyle Wiebe, Bill Limerick, Kerry MacDonald and EllyTrepman

possibility of publication in a peer reviewed journal1
Possibility of publication in a peer reviewed journal

Research performed in medical school could improve residency opportunities

B.Sc. (Med) Program

Faculty of Medicine

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The Bachelor of Science in

Medicine Program of Science in

Faculty of Medicine

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