Plan to attend excellent plenary sessions and workshops on topics such as anxiety, bipolar disorders, depression and more. The conference runs 8 am to 5 pm, Saturday, Nov. 23, with a MAINPRO-C course for family physi...
Congratulations to Dr. Dallas Seitz and his team for having one of their papers featured in CBC. To read the article, click here.Congratulations Dr. Seitz!
As with many departments at the Queen’s University School of Medicine, our strength comes from the opportunities for close, personal interaction between students and faculty members and for students to obtain particularly relevant, extensive, hands-on clinical experience. There is great potential for students to benefit from the integration of the clinical and basic sciences in the curriculum and from increased collaboration in education among the clinical disciplines.
Apart from a diverse and clinically focused staff the department also has a number of highly regarded research programs including autism research, mood disorders, sleep disorders and schizophrenia to mention just a few. A majority of these research programs are closely rooted in the existing clinical work that the department undertakes day-to-day.