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To select the winner of the [[B.J. Kaufman CTU Teaching Award]] and the [[Morley Lertzman Subspecialty Teaching Award]].  +
The Department of Internal Medicine Community Engagement Subcommittee exists as the members believe we must be invested, engaged and active in contributing back to our community.  +
Collect prospective data for Critical Care and Medicine research, operations and quality control.  +
The objective of the Diabetes Research Group is to provide both basic and clinical research in diabetes. The research group has a core of successful investigators who have received recognition nationally and internationally through competitive research funding and clinical contracts.  +
Department financial strategy  +
Established in 1994, the [ IBD Clinical and Research Centre] has received international attention and recognition. It has the largest IBD database in North America. In collaboration with researchers at Johns Hopkins University, this research group is studying the prevalence of NOD2 gene abnormalities in Manitobans with Crohn's Disease.  +
To screen and recommend selections for clinical path [[Junior Faculty Development Program|Junior Faculty Development]] applicants.  +
The principal goal of the liver diseases research group is to enhance the understanding and thereby develop more effective therapy for inflammatory disorders of the hepatobiliary system. Much of the research being performed employs recombinant DNA physiology, animal models and patients with viral hepatitis. The results are relevant to other common liver disorders including alcoholic hepatitis, fatty liver, drug-induced hepatitis, primary biliary cirrhosis and primary sclerosing cholangitis. Ongoing collaboration with other groups further contribute to the success of this program. For example, colleagues in pathology have documented the appearance and nature of the inflammatory cells as well as the magnitude of the reparative processes by advanced immunocytochemical and electron microscope techniques, while colleagues in radiology are assessing the severity of diseases and rapidity of its resolution by standard radiologic studies and MRI.  +
The objective of the Manitoba Centre for Proteomics and Systems Biology (MCPSB) is to provide core expertise and services in several areas of relevance to the biological and medical research community in Manitoba and Canada. These areas include but are not limited to bioinformatics, proteomics, protein separation, mass spectrometry, monoclonal antibody production and high content image analysis. The MCPSB is dedicated to research involving the analysis and functional characterization of proteins in the context of the organism. This includes the application and development of approaches for isolation, identification and characterization of proteins and their interactions in health and disease.  +
Decisions around the [[Neurology Specialty Education Program]]  +
Discussions with Department of Internal Medicine Program Directors (D-PGME Meetings)  +
Improve quality of healthcare within the Department of Medicine, assist coordination of quality improvement initiatives, and ensure that departmental quality improvement projects are in line with the department of Internal Medicine strategic plan and goals  +
oversee the [[Residency Education Fund]]  +
[[Section Head Reviews]]  +
Advises the Department Head on all Departmental Affairs.  +
What does this committee do?  +
To connect, mentor and advocate on behalf of academic women in science  +