Lewis E. Kay

U of T’s Lewis E. Kay named Canada Gairdner International Award Laureate

Yezarni Wynn and Chika Oriuwa

U of T Launches Black Student Application Program to Strengthen Diversity in Medical School

Igor Stagljar and Jamie

New Hope for Parkinson’s as Elusive Proteins Come to Light

From the Dean

Dean Trevor Young,

MD, PhD, FRCPC, FCAHS

Medicine in Dangerous Times

From the earliest days of this Faculty, our students, professors and alumni have delivered medical care in the midst of adversity.

As we mark Red Cross Month, Professor Anna Banerji, our Faculty Lead for Indigenous and Refugee Health, asks what more we can do.

Read Professor Banerji's Message

Mondays in The Star:

Doctor's Notes (Preview)

Why tuberculosis remain a problem in Canada

Here in Canada, about 1,600 new cases of TB are diagnosed every year — but don’t let that number fool you.

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