What is Health Research Selective?
Building on the experience of Inquiry 2HS3, this course provides an opportunity for initiating students, either singly or in small groups, into areas related to health research, from humanities to social sciences and basic medical sciences.
When will this new course start?
Who can apply?
Students who have successfully completed Inquiry 2HS3, Controversies in Health, will be selected after submission of a letter of interest to the course co-ordinator.
What is the course of study?
Students will work singly or in small groups with a faculty member in an area of McMaster's Collaborations for Health initiative. Students will present the information gathered in a special session and will be judged by an independent panel.
Who are the faculty?
Faculty members will be drawn from a variety of departments and schools. In the last offering of this course, students were supervised by Drs. S. Baptiste (School of Rehabilitation Sciences), J. Robertson (Pathology and Molecular Medicine), J. Weaver (History), W. Foster (Obstetrics and Gynecology), R. Henderson (Kinesiology) and S. Raha (Pediatrics),
For more information, please contact:
Dr. PK Rangachari, Professor Emeritus
|Department of Medicine
|Phone: (905) 525-9140 x22526