As medical and allied health professional learners, we encountered an environment that emphasized a “stay strong and carry on” mentality. Were the days long? Yes; accept it. Did work come before personal commitments? Yes; adapt to it. Was there burnout? Yes; adjust to it.
Feb 12 / 2020
The University of Toronto and our hospital partners are working closely together to optimize the management of the Coronavirus concerns across our system.
Feb 8 / 2020
It’s Black History Month and we’re celebrating all the incredible Black researchers, students, faculty and staff at U of T Medicine. From aerospace medicine to local activism and advocacy, our people are making extraordinary contributions to health care, science and their communities. They spoke to writer Julia Soudat about what they’re working on and what drives their work.
Feb 7 / 2020
An elaborate system of filaments, liquid droplet dynamics and protein connectors enables the repair of some damaged DNA in the nuclei of cells, researchers at the University of Toronto have found. The findings further challenge the belief that broken DNA floats aimlessly — and highlight the value of cross-disciplinary research in biology and physics.
Feb 4 / 2020
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