Multidisciplinary Health Research Experience (MHRE) Program is an integrative health sciences program that aims to expose undergraduates to the different disciplines and research areas in Health Sciences via online seminars and workshops. Instructors for the program will be composed of experienced graduate and professional students in health sciences at the University of Manitoba.
A competition for undergraduate students to innovate and foster their individual creativity in research. In this research experience, students will receive resources and mentorship as they create research pitches (poster & short abstract) to address this year’s competition theme. This competition is open to ALL fields of STEM (science, technology, engineering and math)
Meet the recipients of the 2021 Forough Khadem Award. Romaniya (Roma) Zayats (PhD) During her undergraduate degree, Roma was a student volunteer for the St. John Ambulance at the University of Manitoba. She was trained as a Medical First ResponderRead more
Meet the graduate students serving on the Health Sciences Graduate Students’ Association Executive Committee.
Dear Health Sciences Students, We hope you are all doing well given the circumstances. We are truly sorry that you have had to suspend your research due to precautions taken to prevent the spread of COVID-19. In line with recommended
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The University of Manitoba Graduate Students’ Association is the parent organization of the HSGSA, which represents all graduate students at the University of Manitoba.
Students volunteering their time and expertise to the Health Sciences Graduate Students’ Association (HSGSA) provide a critical service to the University of Manitoba by furthering its mission to teaching, research, social enterprise and public service.Read more
The Ed Kroeger Mentorship Award is provided by the HSGSA to recognize excellence and distinction in mentorship, teaching, and research.
Health Sciences graduate students have a lounge on the fourth floor of the Brodie Centre (402 Brodie), at the end of the hallway on the right. Come watch satellite TV, play some video or board games, and enjoy your lunch. You can also book the room for student events! Due to the recent Covid-19 pandemic and in line with recommended precautions by the University and public health officials, We are limiting the number of people who can access the lounge to two people at any given time. Please adhere to social distancing and kindly clean your space before you leave