Maureen Taylor with Professors Camilla Zimmermann, Jeff Myers and Sandy Buchman
May 14 / 2018
Just like a large city, the body has a several systems in place to dispose of different types of waste. And when one of these systems malfunctions, serious problems can arise. Tracy McGaha, an associate professor of immunology at the University of Toronto and a senior scientist at the Princess Margaret Cancer Centre, has shown that disrupting the process through which dead cells are removed from the body promotes the development of lupus.
May 14 / 2018
Scientists know the most productive collaborations unfold organically — shared interests give rise to shared opportunities and from there, collaborations take hold and productivity deepens. At the Office of the VP International, we’ve developed a strategy that we believe will optimize U of T’s research competitiveness and global impact.
May 9 / 2018
When researchers at U of T’s Tanz Centre for Research in Neurodegenerative Diseases found a genetic mutation related to increased risk of Alzheimer’s disease in 2013, they uncovered a potential drug target. Now, through a key collaboration with San Diego’s Sanford Burnham Prebys Medical Discovery Institute, the scientists are moving their research insights into drug development.
May 8 / 2018
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