Summer Program Draws Emerging Stem Cell Researchers from Around the World to U of T

When Aileen Gracias wanted to learn more about creating stem cell therapies and building companies connected to discoveries in regenerative medicine, returning to the University of Toronto was an easy choice.  Gracias, who graduated with a bachelor's degree in biochemistry and biomedical toxicology from U of T in 2011, is one of 12 emerging researchers from universities around the world who have converged in Toronto for Summer by Design, a month-long pilot program hosted by Medicine by Design in collaboration with the Rotman School of Management and Centre for Commercialization of Regenerative Medicine (CCRM). 
Jul 17 / 2017

Supporting Diversity Through Community

Dr. Ayo Odutayo speaks with students.
Jul 6 / 2017

Sharing by Law: Open Science Takes a Legal Approach

A partnership between the Structural Genomics Consortium (SGC) at the University of Toronto and U of T’s Faculty of Law has yielded a new concept that could change the way scientists share research tools.
Jul 5 / 2017

Training Jamaica’s New Leaders in Forensic Pathology

Children of late philanthropist G. Raymond Chang honour his legacy, investing in the often overlooked but critical field of forensic pathology in Jamaica.
Jun 29 / 2017


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