The COVID-19 pandemic has brought unprecedented challenges and the world is swiftly adapting to new normals. At the TRP, we strongly believe in disruptive reforms when faced with obstacles and one such obstacle that we’re faced with is networking. The physical distancing guidelines solicit a change in the way we network.
Join André Picard, health columnist with The Globe and Mail, and leading U of T clinicians, researchers and educators as they explore the future of discovery, collaboration and equity in the Temerty Faculty of Medicine.
The final installment in this three-part virtual series will be a conversation on continuing inequities in health care, with a focus on how new approaches to career-spanning medical education are helping physicians develop as advocates for change that will benefit their patients and their communities.
So you want to learn about the ongoing pandemic from a scientific perspective?
The Laboratory Medicine and Pathobiology Students Union at the University of Toronto proudly present "COVID-19: Investigating a Viral Phenomenon," the 9th installment of our annual conference series.
Join us on January 9th, 2021 as we take a deep dive into the amazing research conducted by renowned scientists on the SARS-CoV-2 virus.
Women's College Research Institute and the Peter Gilgan Centre for Women's Cancers at Women's College Hospital in partnership with the Canadian Cancer Society, are introducing a new virtual series of free one-hour seminars. This series will highlight the most relevant advances in hereditary breast and ovarian cancer research over the last several years, with a focus on topics that are important to women who carry a BRCA1 or BRCA2 mutation. The speakers include leaders in hereditary breast and ovarian cancer research and treatment.