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  • Homecoming 2018
    Thank you to everyone for making this year's homecoming full of old friends, new friends
    and more great memories.
  • The School of Rehabilitation Therapy
    celebrates its 50th Anniversary!
  • Placing Patients at the Centre
    One of the great joys of these last eight years as dean has been working alongside one of Canada’s most well-known and talented scientists, Dr. Roger Deeley.
    Roger’s successes are many, but importantly, a very major one just opened its doors this morning – the W. J. Henderson Centre for Patient-Oriented Research.
  • Canadian Blood Services Awards
    Cynthia Yeung and Sana Khan representing the CFMS (Canadian Federation of Medical Students) at Queen's University
    and Rachel Strauss & Brianna Rector from the Queen’s University Blood Team (QUBT) achieved the highest number of new blood donors in 2016.
  • QCPU Grand Opening
    QCPU is a leading research group in the development, preclinical testing and commercialization
    of new therapies for heart, lung, blood and vascular diseases.
  • Ask questions, seek answers,
    advance care
    and inspire change
    Improving the health and well-being of our population
    through educating and training exceptional health science
    professionals
  • Welcome all new Faculty!
    New Faculty Welcome Breakfast & Showcase at the University Club in the George Teves dining room.
    A great opportunity to hear from the Decanal leadership team and meet fellow Faculty.
  • Wed Nov 8th, 8:00 am to Thu Nov 9th, 4:30 pm

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Dean's Blog

Dr. Richard Reznick
Dean, Faculty of Health Sciences, Queen's University


2017-10-16

Dear Ms. Murphy

Two weeks ago, we had the honour of having you at Queen’s University as an International Visiting Scholar, funded in part…

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