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Sachin Kumar (BSc 2012 TRIN, MSc 2015)
Department of Laboratory Medicine & Pathobiology, Faculty of Medicine

An accomplished researcher and community health advocate, MD/PhD...

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By Geoffrey Vendeville

“This is how we can help the scientific community fight this virus.”

University of Toronto researchers based at Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre and a McMaster University scientist have...

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Author: Jim Oldfield

An elaborate system of filaments, liquid droplet dynamics and...

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In response to the rapidly emerging 2019 novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV) situation, LMP faculty have formed an...

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The Department of Computer Science in the Faculty of Arts & Science and the Department of Laboratory Medicine and Pathobiology in the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Toronto invite applications for up to two full-time tenure stream...

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Professors Kaveh Shojania and Rita Kandel
Author: Liam Mitchell

Isaac Kohane, who aims to turn hospital data systems into "living laboratories," to...

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Written by Ann Perry and Jovana Drinjakovic

Medicine by Design is strengthening the University of Toronto as a global leader in regenerative medicine with a new investment of as much as $20 million in research that will accelerate...

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By Rahul Kalvapalle

The University of Toronto is creating three new tenure-stream faculty positions in deep learning, a sub-discipline...
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By Richard Blackwell

Choong Chin Liew was a visionary research scientist whose work on cardiovascular genetics is still paving the way for early detection of a wide variety of diseases from simple blood tests...

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By Katie Sullivan

Researchers at the University of Toronto and University Health Network have found that standard pathology grading for the most common...

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We are pleased to congratulate the faculty members in LMP who received aproval for promotion effective july 1, 2019.  These promotions are richly deserved and a testatment to the significant academic contributions and impact of these individuals...

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Professor Karim Mekhail, Amanda Hall and Lauren Ostrowski

Written by: Jim Oldfield

Research from the University of Toronto has shown that in some neurodegenerative diseases, two hallmarks of cell aging — protein aggregation and a type of DNA instability, previously thought to be...

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Assistant Professor Sonya MacParland, Associate Professor Ian McGilvray, Professor Gary Bader

A map of the cells in the human liver has been created by University of Toronto researchers and the University Health Network Transplant Program, revealing for the first time differences between individual cells at the molecular level which can...

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Dan Drucker

Two University of Toronto researchers and one alumnus will be awarded prestigious Innovation Awards in Toronto Wednesday night by the Ernest C. Manning Awards Foundation for their breakthrough innovations that are also commercially viable.

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New chair in ALS research Dr. Janice Robertson

The James Hunter Family Chair in ALS Research will boost research into developing therapies to treat and find a cure for the devastating neurological disease that leads to paralysis and death.

Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), also...

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PhD Student Roxanne Oshidari (pictured left) with Prof. Karim Mekhail

By: LInda Quattrin

Understanding precisely how damaged DNA gets repaired is an important avenue in developing better treatments for various diseases such as cancer.

Molecular biologists at work in this field sought...

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We are pleased to congratulate the six faculty members in LMP who received approval for promotion effective July 1, 2018.  These promotions are richly deserved and a testament to the significant academic contributions and impact of these...

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LMPSU Co-Presidents Negar Khosraviani, Ramana Trivedi

Repair and Recovery: Facets of Fibrosis (RRFF) January 13, 2018

A one-day conference providing attendees with a strong foundation of the current state of fibrosis research, while emphasizing new discoveries and the road...

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