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Is that 'midlife crisis' really Alzheimer's disease?

Imagine you tell your 55 year-old mom you’re going to get married and she’s too disorganized to help you with the wedding preparations. Or you put your kids on the bus to elementary school and the 57 year-old driver forgets the route. These are real scenarios, drawn from my clinical work with patients who have young-onset Alzheimer’s disease.
Sep 13 / 2018

Appointments & Awards: September 2018

Appointments Neil Shear, President Canadian Dermatology Association and Visiting Professor; Rambam Health Care Campus; Haifa, Israel Antonio Strafella, member of the Institute Advisory Boards for the Institute of Neurosciences, Mental Health and Addiction, Canadian Institutes of Health Research
Sep 10 / 2018

Marzyeh Ghassemi: from MIT and Google to the Department of Medicine

In a first for the Department of Medicine, we have partnered with Computer Science to recruit Dr. Marzyeh Ghassemi following her PhD in Computer Science from MIT and a post-doctoral fellowship at Google.
Sep 10 / 2018

Dermatology: Research Update - Research in-progress Rounds

Research in Progress Rounds is a new initiative in the Division of Dermatology. Every other month, division faculty and residents meet to discuss research projects at various stages of development. The meetings are informal and are meant to provide formative feedback to strengthen each other's work. Items presented can include anything from a barely-formed research question, to a draft grant proposal, to a nearly completed project at the data interpretation phase.
Sep 10 / 2018
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