Professor of Medicine, McGill University
Dr. Rose Goldstein is a professor in the Faculty of Medicine and the former Vice-Principal of Research and Innovation at McGill University from 2010 to 2017. In 2017, Dr. Goldstein completed the Directors Education Program (DEP) from the Institute of Corporate Directors (ICD).
Dr. Goldstein has previously held several noteworthy positions, including Vice-President of Research at the University of Calgary and Vice-Dean of Academic Affairs, Faculty of Medicine, at the University of Ottawa. Dr. Goldstein has also served as a board member for many not-for-profit organizations, including the Board of Directors of the Sisters of Charity of Ottawa Health Services, University Technology Inc., McGill University Health Centre, Jewish General Hospital, Canadian Technion Society, Montreal InVivo and Research Canada.
Dr. Goldstein’s clinical activities included general rheumatology with a particular interest in osteoporosis and women’s health. As a clinician-scientist, Dr. Goldstein’s research focuses on the immunogenetics of rheumatic disease and cellular basis of rheumatoid arthritis, as well as the exploration of gender and health topics in medical training, and the study of conflict resolution in health care and medical education.
Dr. Goldstein earned her Bachelor of Science and Medical degrees from McGill and completed her clinical training at the Universities of Toronto, Ottawa and Texas.