The B.Sc. (Med.) program gives medical students an opportunity to engage in original research, either in basic medical sciences or clinical or community health, under the supervision of a member of the Medical Faculty (or a faculty member from an approved institution). The aim of the program is to provide medical students with the opportunity to:
- Develop skills at research design, hypothesis testing, critical evaluation of data and effective communication of results.
- Discover whether they would like to continue as a researcher, either through continuing into a formal graduate program during or after medical school or as a clinician researcher.
- B.Sc.(Med) students students will expand their clinical skills through a one-half day/week clinical placement arranged by their supervisor. This is a mandatory component of the B.Sc.(Med) program.
How Does the Program Work?
FAQ's (Frequently Asked Questions)
Who Can Apply to the Program
BSc Med Application Information
2013 Abstract (Supervisor) Deadline is October 1st ✓
2013 Application (Student and Supervisor combined) will be open October 5th✓
2013 Application deadline November 16th 2013 Selection Committee Meeting December 16th 8:00 A106 Chown Building
2013 B.Sc.(Med) Dissertation Event will be held August 22nd, 2013 7:30 - 1:00 p.m.
2013 MMSF Interim Award Competition call for applications will go out Feb 1, 2013. Deadline for applications is March 1, 2013.Good luck to all applicants. Awards to be presented at the Joe Doupe Lecture Event on September 5th, 2013. Winners will not be advised prior to this event. Please attend.
B.Sc.(Med) Celebration and Joe Doupe Lecture Event September 5th, 2013
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Canadian National Medical Students Research Symposium
2010 B.Sc. (Med.) Program Portfolio
2011 B.Sc. (Med) Program Portfolio
2012 B.Sc. (Med) Program Portfolio
2012 B.Sc.(Med) Abstracts for 2012/2013 program
2013 B.Sc.(Med) Abstracts for 2013/2014 program
Current Program Documents, Forms and Guidelines
For further information, please contact;
Office of the Associate Dean (Research)
Faculty of Medicine
University of Manitoba
A108 Chown Building
753 McDermot Avenue
Winnipeg, Manitoba R3E 0T6