This September 23-25, we invite you to the Faculty of Medicine’s Homecoming Weekend, featuring our fourth annual gala, Abracadabra: A Night of Magic & Medicine "Imagination & Discovery" in celebration of the uOttawa Brain and Mind Research Institute (uOBMRI).
PLEASE NOTE: In order to register for the Faculty of Medicine signature gala, Abracadabra: A Night of Magic & Medicine, you will need to navigate to a separate registration page: https://abracadabra2016magicmedicine.eventbrite.ca
LIST OF EVENTS
Dean’s Welcome Reception (Alumni and their guests)
Date & Time: Friday, September 23, 2016 from 5 to 7 PM
Location: Lago Bar and Grill, 1001 Queen Elizabeth Dr, Ottawa
Event details: Please join Dr. Jacques Bradwejn, Dean of the Faculty of Medicine, for a private cocktail reception to kick off your Homecoming Weekend and reunite with former classmates and colleagues.
Alumni Awards & Certificates Ceremony (Alumni and their guests)
Date & Time: Saturday, September 24, 2016 from 10 AM to Noon (Refreshments served)
Location: Alex Trebek Alumni Hall, 157 Séraphin-Marion Private, Ottawa
Event details: Alumni and friends are invited to attend a special ceremony honouring the 2016 recipients of the Dean's Awards of Distinction and alumni celebrating 50th, 55th and 60th anniversary years.
4th Annual Faculty of Medicine gala: Abracadabra: A Night of Magic & Medicine, “Imagination & Discovery" (Open to alumni & the public)
Date & Time: Saturday, September 24, 2016 from 7 PM to 12 AM
Please register here: https://abracadabra2016magicmedicine.eventbrite.ca
Alumni & Friends Farewell Brunch (Alumni and their guests)
Date & Time: Sunday, September 25, 2016 from 11 AM to 1 PM
Location: Room 210, Shaw Centre, 55 Colonel By Drive, Ottawa
Event details: We invite you to join Dean Jacques Bradwejn for a gourmet brunch and a relaxing morning with classmates and friends to cap off the weekend. Don't forget to make plans for next year’s homecoming!
When & Where
University of Ottawa, Faculty of Medicine
Founded in 1945, the University of Ottawa’s Faculty of Medicine has grown to become one of our nation’s leaders in medical education and research. Since our inception, we have been providing our students with the skills and experience necessary to address the current and future health care needs of the Canadian population and communities abroad, through our undergraduate and postgraduate medical education programs and our graduate programs in biomedical and population sciences.