Black History Month: What's Your Advice for the Next Generation?

February is Black History Month and we asked some members of the UofTMed community to share their advice for the next generation of Black students who are interested in clinical or research careers. 
Feb 5 / 2019

Leaders Discuss Transforming Research Discoveries to Improve Patient Care

Leaders in the basic sciences, clinical epidemiology and patient care discussed how best to translate research into new treatments for patients at a recent event presented by the Department of Medicine and the newly established Eureka HUB for Translational Research.
Feb 4 / 2019

Research on Chicken Pox Virus Paves Way for Promising HIV Vaccine

A study led by researchers at the University of Toronto and the University of Manitoba has brought science one step closer to using the chickenpox virus to develop a vaccine against HIV.
Feb 1 / 2019

UofTMed Alum: How a Rise in Gun Violence Made Me an Advocate

I was second on call the evening of the Danforth shooting on July 22, 2018. As a surgeon with a subspecialty in trauma surgery, emergency general surgery and critical care based at St. Michael's Hospital, I spent that night operating on shooting victims; repairing holes in organs, arresting hemorrhage and resuscitating patients out of profound shock and back to life. 
Jan 31 / 2019
1 – 28
Black Futures: A Series of Programs Using the Lens of Afrofuturism to Explore and Present Arts, Dialogue and Well-Being
Other | 7:00am–9:00pm
Feb 19 Cinema Medica: Bending the Arc
Other | 6:00pm–9:00pm
20 – 23
Daffydil: The Musical
| 8:00pm–8:00pm
Feb 23 2019 BPAO Annual Health Symposium
Symposium | 8:15am
24 – 27
32nd Annual Update In Emergency Medicine
Conference | 6:30am–4:00pm
Feb 26 Regulatory Jurisdictions in Medical Devices
Workshop/Seminar | 5:00pm–7:00pm
Feb 28 – Mar 29
Leading Transformation: Building Adaptive Capacity - Advanced Learning Program at IHPME
Course | 8:30am–5:00pm


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