IMP Student Wins First Place in Research Contest
April 16, 2019
Andrew Jamroz’s abstract “Prednisone for acute complex regional pain syndrome: A retrospective case series” won the medical student original research category for the CAPM&R 67th Annual Scientific Meeting. Read More >

Please Welcome IMP’s Three Newest Team Members
April 4, 2019
Sarah Lambert, Michelle Hoskins, and Jessica Skelton have taken on various roles at the IMP over the past few months. Read More >

IMP Student Tries Using Human Fat to 3D Bioprint Breast Tissue
March 15, 2019
IMP student Chantell Cleversey and lab manager Meghan Robinson are using liposuction fat and alginate in their attempt to bioprint healthy breast tissue. Read More >

Second-year Students Raise More than $2,500 for Local Charity
March 6, 2019
The Island Medical Program’s (IMP) class of 2021 raised $2,572.56 for the Victoria Cool Aid Society’s (Cool Aid) Community Health Centre at a silent auction in January. Read More >

IMP Students Celebrate Match Day Milestone
February 26, 2019
The Island Medical Program’s class of 2019 celebrated the first-round results of the Canadian Resident Matching Service (CaRMS), which pairs medical students with postgraduate training programs across Canada. Read More >

IMP Team to Participate in Coldest Night of the Year
February 20, 2019
Saturday, February 23, 2019, is the Coldest Night of the Year (CNOY), a national walk-a-thon to support the homeless. This year, a team of students, faculty, staff, and supporters from the Island Medical Program (IMP) will participate in Victoria’s CNOY fundraiser—and they need your support. Team organizer and IMP student Emily Lerhe sat down for […] Read More >

IMP Student Explores how Hollywood Depicts Illness
February 15, 2019
Next week, Island Medical Program (IMP) student Becca Lumley will present the third and final talk in her three-part lecture series exploring how Hollywood depicts illness in film. The main focus of the lecture, titled “(Mis)representing Mental Illness,” will be how mental illness—in particular, mood disorders—is portrayed in cinema. As with the previous two lectures, […] Read More >

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