The Canadian Association for Research in Regenerative Medicine (CARRM) is a non-profit organization promoting the research of stem cells, and their potential to cure chronic illnesses in the future. A multi-chaptered organization already established at many universities, CARRM’s goal is to promote awareness of stem cell research and its enormous potential, as well as raise funds for such research.
The Health & Wellness Club of UOIT/DC is a club that promotes the three major aspects of a healthy lifestyle: Mental Health, Nutrition and Fitness. We want to encourage all students to keep bettering themselves and challenge themselves to one of the three pillars. We want to connect students to networks where they can find help, we want to hold events where students can learn, have fun and take part of the Health & Wellness community
The aim of health speaks is to spread awareness of the social determinants of health and to promote a healthy, caring and equal community on campus. Health speaks strives to inform, educate and promote the social determinants of health to students and the Durham Region community through engaging and informative activities.
Heart4Heart is a student-run non-profit organization that focuses on
running fundraising events to provide life-saving heart surgery to
children with congenital heart defects in numerous third world
countries by raising funds and spreading awareness.
Public Health UOIT-DC is a club that emphasizes the importance of the current issues in the public health sector. PH aims to spread the message of universal and equitable basic health care, and the opportunities in the public health care available to all students. The goal of this society is to help the student body to gain perspective about the different career opportunities in public health field, promote different aspects of public health (healthy eating, healthy active living, clean water & sanitation, disease prevention etc.).
Students Investing in Brain Research and Development (SIBRD) aspires to get students involved in on-campus events while raising funds for brain cancer research in collaboration with Brain Tumor Association of Canada. We also aim to increase awareness of the SABCR Symposium competition for undergraduate students held by the association and SABCR at McMaster University.