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From the Dean

Dean Trevor Young,

MD, PhD, FRCPC, FCAHS

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The gentle hum of summer has turned into the mighty roar of fall as classes resume. Across our campuses, students return — eager for the excitement of learning and research.

While we look forward to the year ahead, let’s pause for a moment to recognize what we achieved in the academic year that was. I am pleased to share with you the 2016-17 Dean’s Report, which focuses on our accomplishments in three key activities: Prepare, Discover and Partner.

Read the Message from Professor Trevor Young

Mondays in The Star:

Doctor's Notes (Preview)

Physical activity should be accessible to all amputees

Literature suggests that 11 to 61 per cent of people with lower limb amputations participate in sports and/or physical activities.

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