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IMS50 Scientific Day Recap

Thanks to everyone who attended IMS50 Scientific Day on May 9th. It was a great day of celebrating student and faculty achievements and hearing about all the exciting research being […]

IMS students win 2018 Gordon Cressy Student Leadership Award

Congratulations to our students who received a 2018 Gordon Cressy Student Leadership Award for their outstanding volunteer contributions to the University and wider […]

What exactly is translational research? TRP students tackle this question in BiteSized TRP ep. 1!

Important Dates

Fall session 2018: July 16 - Registration for Fall session begins August 6 - Civic Holiday (University closed) August 24 - Recommended tuition fee payment deadline for students […]

Graduate Student Stress: How PhD student Elli Weisbaum applies mindfulness to her research and herself

By Elli Weisbaum. It’s a snowy evening in February, and what has brought twenty plus graduate students from the Institute of Medical Science (IMS) together isn’t a chance to get fun […]

Faculty Focus: New publications from Dr. Ren-Ke Li

Jiao Li, Shu-Hong Li, Jun Wu, Richard D. Weisel, Alina Yao, William L. Stanford, Shi-Ming Liu, Ren-Ke Li. Young Bone Marrow Sca-1 Cells Rejuvenate the Aged Heart by Promoting […]

Biomedical Communications: Andrea Gauthier, Shelley Wall and Jodie Jenkinson

From: View to the U: An eye on UTM research Comics, gaming, visualizations, healthcare, learning, and communication integrated via visual media in science and medicine. On this […]

Molly Shoichet

Congratulations to IMS Faculty Dr. Molly Shoichet for being named Ontario’s first Chief-Scientist

From www.ontario.ca University Professor and IMS Faculty Member Dr. Molly Shoichet has been named Ontario's first Chief Scientist. In this new and exciting role, Dr. Shoichet will […]

You are what your breathe – lessons from bench to bedside in the field

Dr. Chung-Wai Chow MD, PhD, FRCPC Associate Professor, University of Toronto https://youtu.be/Al4IGLaOygI

Radio-immunotherapy for the treatment of mesothelioma: from bench to bedside

Marc de Perrot MD, MSc Associate Professor of Surgery, University of Toronto https://youtu.be/dwjgHs6OwEU

New directions in cancer imaging: Activating drugs in situ

Naomi Matsuura PhD, PEng Director, Translation and Attrition Department of Medical Imaging, University of Toronto https://youtu.be/FFwj2TIr8hU

Get your Essential Guide for Graduate Students!

Are starting graduate studies in the IMS?  Need a refresher on the ins and outs of pursuing graduate studies at the University of Toronto? Download the 2017-18 Essential Guide for […]

Support for students affected by the US Travel Ban

Posted on behalf of Beatrice Ballarin, International Student Representative, IMSSA I am writing to you in light of the recent change in policy by the US government banning citizens f […]

Using MRI to Assess Kidney Transplants

Anish Kirpalani, Department of Medical Imaging, St Michael's Hospital Using MRI to Assess Kidney Transplants  https://youtu.be/QIVt6L70BsU

Improving the immune systems ability to detect and eliminate HIV

Shariq Mujib, PhD Candidate NEF Blockade Facilitates Eradication of the HIV Latent Reservoir  https://youtu.be/AWbnHd_9yb8

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