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Shaping Education Behind the Scenes

Professor Jacqueline James works with students.
Jun 12 / 2017

Major Investment in University of Toronto Medical Research

An innovative drug discovery organization linked to the University of Toronto has received $33 million to strengthen its disease research, which is shared openly with the world.
Jun 12 / 2017

U of T Hosts Forum with CIHR President

The University of Toronto welcomed the Acting President of the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR), Dr. Roderick McInnes, for an open dialogue about the future direction of the funding council. The event was hosted by Professor Richard Hegele, the Faculty of Medicine’s Vice Dean of Research and Innovation, and McInnes was joined by CIHR’s Director General, Adriana Mota. More than 300 researchers participated in the forum, including 180 who participated in the online webcast.
Jun 12 / 2017

Healing Thyself: UofTMed Goes Inside the Issue

This week’s Faculty of Medicine Advancement event, UofTMed Inside the Issue, focused on physician wellness — the theme of the award-winning UofTMed magazine’s Summer 2017 issue. Dr. Susan Edwards, Director of the Faculty’s Office of Resident Wellness, family medicine resident Stephanie Klein, MD student Noam Berlin and Paediatrics Professor Trey Coffey all shared their opinions and experiences with editor Heidi Singer and an audience of 100 alumni, donors, faculty and staff.
Jun 9 / 2017

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UofTMed Magazine

Burnout, suicide, depression, and the emotional effects of mistakes. We address physician wellness in the next issue of UofTMed magazine, out May 30.

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