Faculty of Medicine

Alumni

The late Dr. Dina Gordon Malkin, MD ’48, dedicated her time to internal medicine and medical research and was committed to helping young women succeed as health care professionals. Malkin generously gave back to U of T through scholarships, awards and by mentoring MD students. Her son, Dr. David Malkin, spoke with U of T Medicine’s Rohini Chopra about his mom’s commitment to research, philanthropy and on honouring her legacy.

As a medical student, I knew mentorship was important — but that doesn’t mean I made a point of actively seeking it out. If I had, I would surely have avoided a false start to my medical career: embarking on a residency program that wasn’t for me.

While still enrolled in medical school at U of T, Dr. Manveen Puri decided to enrol in the military. He spoke with the Faculty of Medicine’s Karen Lee about his career in medicine and the military.

Upon recognizing a gap in care for those with traumatic injuries, Barbara Baptiste set out to bridge it. The rehabilitation entrepreneur and U of T alumna spoke with the Faculty of Medicine’s Julie Lafford about her career.

Oct 17 "Roots Calling" Film Screening and Dialogue
Other | 5:30pm–7:30pm
Oct
18 – 19
Urology Update 2019
Conference | 7:00am–5:00pm
Oct 18 Oncology Continuing Education Rounds: Dr. J. Feld on HCV and HCC Surveillance Strategies
Grand Rounds | 8:00am–9:00am
Oct 18 Everyday Gynaecology: The Management of Common Gynaecologic Conditions
Conference | 8:00am–3:30pm
Oct
21 – 24
New and Evolving Academic Leaders (NEAL) Program
Course | 8:00am–5:00pm
Oct 23 CIHR Town Hall
Other | 2:00pm–4:00pm
Oct 24 2019 Canada Gairdner Award Laureate Lecture
Symposium | 9:00am–1:00pm

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