Posts By: Institute of Biomedical Engineering

New Models for Eye Disease

A research team at UHN's Donald K. Johnson Eye Institute in collaboration with the Institute of Biomedical Engineering at the University of Toronto (U of T) has discovered that transplanted retinal cells can share essential materials with host cells in the lab, offering a promising avenue for delivering therapies directly to damaged areas of the eye.

Celebrating the 40th Student Research Conference (ToBE)

This year's event featured keynote addresses from Nobel Prize winner Dr. Jennifer Doudna, Dr. John-Ross Rizzo from NYU Langone Health, and Dr. Andrew Pelling from the University of Ottawa, all renowned for their groundbreaking work. The conference showcased student research, fostering academic discourse and networking, and included workshops on communication and entrepreneurship.

Fw: AIM Conference Event Promotion

The Science to Business Network Toronto Chapter in partnership with St. Michael’s Hopsital’s Research Student Association is hosting the 5th Annual Academic to Industry Meeting (AIM). AIM is a multi-university full-day careers […]

Fw: Clarivate research and publishing events

Web of Science Core Collection and Platform 1:00pm – 2:15pm, Wednesday, May 22, 2024 Learn about the pioneer of citation indexes, which is also a discovery and bibliometrics tool, where […]

Canadian Hub for Health Intelligence and Innovation in Infectious Diseases awarded $72 million to strengthen talent development and health intelligence

One of the CBRF-funded programs is the Biomanufacturing Hub Network, an immersive talent development program based at the University of Toronto led by U of T University Professor Molly Shoichet (ChemE, BME) along with Darius Rackus, an assistant professor of chemistry and biology at Toronto Metropolitan University, and Gilbert Walker, a professor of chemistry at U of T.
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