Posts Tagged: Craig Simmons
Back in 2021, one year into the lockdown, we sat down with 6 MASc and PhD students from BME, exploring their visions for a world changed in two years’ time. Recently, we had the opportunity to reconnect with these extraordinary individuals and witness the profound evolution of their perspectives.
The Institute of Biomedical Engineering (BME) is thrilled to announce the appointment of Dr. Craig Simmons as its Associate Director of Scientific Research. Dr. Simmons, a distinguished and accomplished researcher, is set to lead BME's strategic initiatives in elevating research excellence and fostering a culture of innovation within the realm of biomedical engineering.
Joseph Sebastian, a BME PhD student and Vanier Scholar at the University of Toronto, has been honored with the prestigious Connaught PhD for Public Impact Fellowship.
Two multidisciplinary teams led by U of T Engineering researchers will train a new generation of experts to address challenges in health care, from organ rejuvenation to more equitable access to treatment for heart failure.
June 13, 2022 | Dr. Craig Simmons’ distinguished contribution in engineering has earned him a place as a fellow in the Canadian Academy of Engineering.
May 18, 2022 | As a PhD candidate in Dr. Simmons' lab , Lily Takuechi is researching the blood-brain barrier and its role in Alzheimer's while leading entrepreneurship development.
March 31, 2022 | Drs. Milos Popovic and Craig Simmons are two BME faculty whose research are funded by this year’s Connaught Innovation Awards.
September 24, 2021 | Professor Craig Simmons was inducted as a Biomedical Engineering Society (BMES) fellow among 19 other internationally recognized scientists and engineers. As a BMES fellow, Dr. Simmons was recognized internationally for his innovative and wide-ranging contributions to both fundamental science and practical applications in the field of mechanobiology.
May 7, 2021 | A new partnership between the University of Toronto and the Ted Rogers Centre for Heart Research is forging new collaborations and designing new technologies to reimagine how high-quality, digital approaches to heart failure can be equitably delivered to all Canadians.
December 13, 2019 | Professors and alumnus elected Fellows of the Engineering Institute of Canada
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