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  • Biomedical and Molecular Sciences

    • The department is a distinguished academic centre engaging a wide range of research endeavours including anatomical sciences, bacteriology, biochemistry, cancer biology, cardiovascular sciences, cell biology, developmental biology, immunology, microbiology, molecular biology, neuroscience, pharmacology, physiology, reproductive biology, toxicology and virology. The breadth and depth of our research has a strong foundation in multi-disciplinary discovery.  Our faculty and trainees collaborate with numerous research institutions locally, nationally and internationally.

  • Pathology and Molecular Medicine

    • The Department of Pathology and Molecular Medicine of Queen’s University and the affiliated University Hospitals Kingston undertakes comprehensive programs in education, research and clinical care.  More than fifty departmental Faculty teach laboratory medicine and the pathogenesis of disease, train the next generation of biomedical research scientists and laboratory physicians, conduct basic and translational research which advances the understanding and treatment of disease and deliver diagnostic services and clinical programs to the people of Southeastern Ontario.

  • Public Health Sciences

    • The home to four graduate programs (MSc Epidemiology, Master of Public Health, MSc Epidemiology (Specializing in Biostatistics), PhD (Epidemiology) and many leading health research units. Particular strengths here include the study of cancer, its causes and its treatment, applied biostatistics and public health, mental health, developmental disabilities, injury, cardiovascular disease, and the health of children from local through international settings.

  • Faculty of Arts and Science Academic Calendar

    • This department will provide information on all Degree Plans, Courses of Instruction, Regulations, Certificate, etc.  
  • University Registrar  

    • Admission Awards, Transcripts, Convocation/Graduation, Exams, Tuition, etc. can be found at the Office of the University Registrar.
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