Community Email Bulletin

University of Toronto’s Master of Health Science (MHSc) in Translational Research

April 13, 2021

The University of Toronto’s Master of Health Science (MHSc) in Translational Research is an interprofessional graduate degree program for students who want to learn strategies to more effectively translate research to impact.   The two-year competency focused degree employs collaborative and self-directed “learning by doing” to challenge students to think differently.  Students explore strategies, competencies,… Read more »

$20,000 KITE scholarships for Graduate Students with Disabilities

April 13, 2021

KITE website: https://kite-uhn.com/scholarship/td-graduate-scholarship   Here are additional links for LinkedIn, Instagram and Facebook posts promoting the TD scholarship:  https://www.linkedin.com/feed/update/urn:li:activity:6787371064759599104 https://www.facebook.com/torontorehabinstitute https://www.instagram.com/p/CNaTvabLjDW/  

Life Science Career Expo | One month away!

April 13, 2021

    Dear Trainees, We are excited to share with you the Life Sciences Career Expo: Pathways to Success, which is taking place in one month and has 300+ registered attendees! The LSCE is a virtual, national, multi-day careers conference designed to bring together trainees from across Canada with educators, researchers, industry partners and government stakeholders. These professionals have… Read more »

BiophysTO Lunchtime Seminar Series on Thursday, April 15th at 12:00 noon

April 12, 2021

The Role of Intrinsically Disordered Proteins in Sensing Membrane Curvature Prof. Wade Zeno Department Chemical Engineering, University of Southern California The ability of proteins to sense membrane curvature is essential for the initiation and assembly of curved membrane structures in a variety of cellular processes. Established mechanisms of curvature sensing rely on proteins with specific… Read more »

Call for Applications: Transformative Student Research & Leadership Opportunity

April 9, 2021

Transformative Student Research & Leadership Opportunity   The Reach Alliance is an international community of multidisciplinary student and faculty researchers investigating complex global challenges and addressing the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals.   Join a global network of diverse, talented leaders with a shared passion for understanding how to reach those that are hardest to… Read more »

CPO Virtual Seminar Series – Dr. Daniel Durocher

April 9, 2021

The Centre for Pharmaceutical Oncology (CPO) at the Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy is pleased to invite you to a virtual seminar by Dr. Daniel Durocher on Wednesday April 21, at 11am via Zoom. Please see zoom details in interactive poster below.      Speaker: Dr. Daniel Durocher  Date: Wednesday, April 21st at 11:00 am  Location: Zoom; Meeting ID: 881 3150… Read more »

Temerty Faculty of Medicine Crowdsourced Cookbook Initiative

April 8, 2021

Email to students and faculty:   Calling ALL departments of Temerty Faculty of Medicine: on behalf of LMP, we are proud to announce the Temerty Faculty of Medicine Crowdsourced Cookbook!  We are proud of our students and faculty, not only for their commitment to science, but also their commitment to the Toronto community. This initiative… Read more »

Temerty Faculty of Medicine Crowdsourced Cookbook Initiative

April 7, 2021

Calling ALL departments of Temerty Faculty of Medicine: on behalf of LMP, we are proud to announce the  Temerty Faculty of Medicine Crowdsourced Cookbook!  We are proud of our students and faculty, not only for their commitment to science, but also their commitment to the Toronto community. This initiative is in efforts to unify our… Read more »

BiophysTO Lunchtime Seminar Series tomorrow, April 8th at 12:00 noon

April 7, 2021

Understanding Multiple Sclerosis Using Translational and Reverse-Translational Approaches Prof. Jennifer Gommerman Department of Immunology, University of Toronto Mounting evidence suggests that a diverse, balanced gut microbiome supports neuronal health. Altered microbial community structures have been reported in Parkinson’s, depression, schizophrenia, Autism, Anxiety conditions and Alzheimer’s. Moreover, two independent studies have used germ free mice receiving… Read more »

Happening This Week: Stories Through Research 2021!

April 5, 2021

Happening This Week: Stories Through Research: UofT Student Experiences from the Innovation Hub April 5th-9th, 2021 Daily from 12-1pm EST over Zoom   Register at uoft.me/StoriesThroughResearch This April, the Innovation Hub will host a week-long series highlighting five design research projects. In each ZOOM event, attendees will hear key insights from students who did the research,… Read more »

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