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Our Year of Making History

Bonjour, Aanin, Boozhoo, Tanshi, Kwe Kwe, Hello, To make history is to do something important that has not been done before and will be remembered for a long time. This year—2022—is the year that we, NOSM University, are making history. Imaginative. Inventive. Inquisitive. Inspiring. That’s what I think of the...

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$1 million CIHR grant supports University-City Partnerships

A $1 million grant from the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) aims to improve local health outcomes for residents of Thunder Bay and Ottawa through partnership between academic researchers, universities, and municipalities. NOSM University, City of Thunder Bay, and Lakehead University are collaborating with t...

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Join the NOSM University $10K Social Accountability Challenge

Working on a climate change project or planning community-led work in planetary health and social determinants of health? Or maybe you and your Indigenous community or organization aims to connect youth with Elders and Knowledge Keepers to visit with each other to learn about the land and talk about the effects of climate c...

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NOSM University alumna, Dr. Mélanie Patrie, named new Francophone Education Lead

NOSM University announces Dr. Mélanie Patrie as the incoming Francophone Education Lead for residency programs, effective June 20, 2022. Dr. Patrie is a passionate Francophone who completed her MD and residency at NOSM. As a medical student, she was a member of the Francophone Reference Group as a student representative a...

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Dr. Rony Atoui named NOSM University’s new Program Director of Surgical Foundations

NOSM University announces Dr. Rony Atoui as the incoming Program Director of the Surgical Foundations residency program, effective July 1, 2022. Dr. Rony Atoui is a cardiac surgeon practising at Health Sciences North (HSN) since 2011 and an Associate Professor at NOSM University. He is a member of many international societ...

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NOSM University recognized for commitment to Northern Ontario’s Francophone community

NOSM University is the recent recipient of the Réseau du mieux-être francophone du Nord de l'Ontario Award of Recognition honouring community partners for their contributions and efforts to improve access to, and equity of, French-language services. “This is an honour for which we are very grateful, and it’s one th...

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NOSM University respectfully acknowledges that the entirety of the University’s wider campus of Northern Ontario is on the homelands of First Nations and Métis Peoples. The university buildings are located on the territory of Fort William First Nation in Thunder Bay and the Anishinabek Nation, specifically Atikameksheng and Wahnapitae First Nations, in Sudbury.

NOSM University is a proud recipient of the 2019 Charles Boelen International Social Accountability Award, presented by the Association of Faculties of Medicine of Canada. In 2013, NOSM University received the prestigious ASPIRE award, which recognizes international excellence in social accountability and medical education.

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