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The Student, Alumni, Faculty Engagement Committee (SAFE)

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At the Institute of Medical Science, we understand that the success of our graduate students is not only a result of the academic training they receive while in our program, it is also dependant on the relationships they cultivate and their experiences beyond the classroom and the lab.

The betterment of human health through scientific discovery, innovation and translation is a result of collaboration, imagination, and ingenuity. The IMS is the largest graduate program at the University of Toronto and provides a unique opportunity for students to engage with expert scientists and clinicians whose expertise cross a wide spectrum of disciplines.

The IMS Student, Alumni, and Faculty Engagement Committee serves to connect all members of the IMS to foster an engaged community of students, faculty, and alumni, in order to create a more complete learning environment that places importance on the academic, professional, social, emotional, and mental well-being of our students.  Members are invited to serve a one-year term. The committee meets monthly, and additional, or ad hoc meetings may be called as necessary.

The SAFE Committee organizes a variety of initiatives throughout the year culminating with the ‘BIG EVENT’.  Learn more about our past events: