Faculty of Medicine


Data Mining to Help Prevent Future Brain Injuries

U of T researchers used a novel data mining approach to uncover the most common medical problems affecting people in the time before they suffered a traumatic brain injury (TBI). The results can be used to better predict and prevent these life-altering incidents.
Apr 29 / 2019

Cowen to Lead CIFAR Interdisciplinary Research Program

Drug-resistant germs like the fungus Candida auris are making their way into hospitals around the world, stumping scientists who are trying to trace their often-mysterious origins. But a group of international researchers from a diverse range of disciplines, including microbiology, evolution, food security and immunology, are hoping that by working together they can address the potential harm to humans, wildlife and agriculture.
Apr 29 / 2019

Scherer Wins Killam Prize

Stephen Scherer is one of two U of T faculty members awarded a 2019 Killam Prize. He was recognized for having "revolutionized our understanding of the human genome through his research." 
Apr 25 / 2019

The Spirit of Invention

Each year, we host a showcase of student inventions and ingenuity. Each year, I leave inspired and awed by the creativity and drive that make such creations possible. Not only does it display the promise of our Faculty — to do what can’t be done — but it’s evidence of our commitment to innovation.
Apr 24 / 2019
May 28 CGEn Making Whole Genome Sequencing accessible to all Canadian Researchers
Workshop/Seminar | 2:30pm–3:30pm
May 29 – Jun 2
Alumni Reunion
Other | 6:00am–8:00pm
May 29 2019 PGME Global Health Day on Women, Girls and Global Health
Other | 1:00pm–6:00pm
May 29 MHSc Translational Research - Info Session
Workshop/Seminar | 4:00pm–5:00pm
May 29 Women in STEM: Leading and Reading Book Club
| 5:00pm–6:30pm
May 30 A Woman in Between: Searching for Dr. Victoria Chung Book Launch
Lecture | 3:00pm–4:30pm
May 30 Childhood Bilingualism from the Perspectives of Research and Clinical Practice
Lecture | 6:30pm–7:30pm


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