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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

Tissue Engineering Pioneer Michael Sefton to Lead Medicine by Design as Executive Director

Engineering professor Michael Sefton has been appointed executive director of Medicine by Design, a University of Toronto initiative that is accelerating discoveries in regenerative medicine research to improve treatments for conditions such as heart failure, diabetes and stroke.
Jun 28 / 2017

Will Clinician-Scientists Define Canada’s Future?

On July 1, Canadians from coast to coast to coast will mark the 150th anniversary of Confederation. Milestones like this often lead to lists, which attempt to enumerate achievements and note the figures who made history. One of the things that has struck me in seeing these lists is how frequently Canadian medical achievements are cited. 
Jun 27 / 2017

A Vision for Giving Back

Toronto’s Nanji Family came to Canada as refugees and promised to pay it forward. Now, they’re helping U of T eye surgeons restore sight—and hope—to people around the world by giving the gift of sight.
Jun 22 / 2017

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