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In the Face of Tragedy, We Find Inspiration and Commitment

I welcome you to a new year knowing that our hearts are heavy with grief. Last week we lost two members of the U of T Medicine community in the crash of Ukrainian International Airlines Flight 752 outside of Tehran, Iran. 
Jan 15 / 2020

Faces of U of T Medicine: Dr. Andrea Boggild

Dr. Andrea Boggild, her administrative team, graduate students and medical and undergraduate science trainees
Jan 15 / 2020

U of T Based Program Inspiring the Next Generation of Scientists

The Amgen Scholars Canada Program welcomes 15 undergraduate students each year to the University of Toronto to participate in a hands-on research experience. The program brings together students from across the country to help shape and inspire the ‘scientists of tomorrow’.  McMaster student Allysia Chin was one of the students who participated in the 2019 cycle of the Amgen Scholars Canada Program. Working in Professor Molly Shoichet’s lab, Chin conducted research around glioblastoma, an aggressive form of cancer that originates in the brain. 
Jan 14 / 2020

Most Engineered Nanoparticles Enter Tumours Through Cells, Not Between them, U of T Researchers Find

University of Toronto researchers have discovered that an active rather than passive process dictates which nanoparticles enter solid tumours, upending decades of thinking in the field of cancer nanomedicine and pointing toward more effective nanotherapies.
Jan 13 / 2020
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29 – 31
Global Health Primer: Applying Global Lessons to Enhance Local Practice
Course | 9:00am–5:00pm
Jan 30 Global Health Resident Research Showcase
Research Day | 6:00pm–9:00pm
Feb 1 Trauma-Informed Care and Advances in Refugee Healthcare
Symposium | 8:00am–2:00pm
Feb 5 WebPac Training
Workshop/Seminar | 3:00pm–5:00pm
Feb
6 – 8
Coming Together to Co-create Health Equity – an Indigenous Community Health and Research Conference
Conference | 7:15am–4:30pm
Feb 23 Annual Update in Emergency Medicine
Conference | 7:00am–4:00pm
Feb 29 Black Physicians' Association of Ontario Annual Health Symposium
Symposium | 8:00am–4:00pm

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