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Professors Raphael and Hegele

On March 4, 2013, the Department of Laboratory Medicine and Pathobiology (LMP) hosted its annual reception during the United States-Canadian Academy of Pathology Meeting held in Baltimore, MD. This year’s event was attended by approximately 70...

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CaRMS Logo

The Department of Laboratory Medicine and Pathobiology (LMP) is delighted to announce the results of this year’s Canadian Resident Matching Service (CaRMS). As a department with exceptional standards, we continue to attract the most remarkable...

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Professors Diamandis and Ni

Congratulations to Professors Eleftherios Diamandis (MD, PhD, FRCPC, FRSC) and Heyu Ni (MD, PhD) of the Department of Laboratory Medicine and Pathobiology (LMP) for recently being awarded two of six prestigious Graduate Faculty Teaching Awards...

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Drug-resistant gonorrhea

From evading the effects of sulfonamide antibiotics in the 1940s, of penicillin and tetracyclines in the 1970s, and of fluoroquinolones in 2007, gonorrhea has quickly become a major global health threat. In a ground breaking study led by the...

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Dr. David Malkin

On Saturday, January 12, 2013, enthusiastic students from across the University of Toronto gathered at the Medical Sciences Building for the first Undergraduate Conference on Cancer. From engaging seminars and panel discussions to non-profit...

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Stephen Mack and Hubert Tsui

Recognized for their excellence in research, Hubert Tsui, a Department of Laboratory Medicine and Pathobiology's (LMP) Hematological Pathology Resident and Stephen Mack, LMP PhD Candidate, recently won 2012 Exceptional Research Trainee Awards at...

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Photo Mirian Dang

On October 11, 2012, on the first International Day of the Girl, the United Nations recognized Mirian Dang, a summer research student at the Department of Laboratory Medicine and Pathobiology, for her outstanding work in mental health.


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Michael Taylor

Imagine receiving the devastating news that your child has medulloblastoma, the most common form of childhood brain tumour. In the past, your child would face surgery and high levels of radiation. Now imagine a future where a clinician removes...

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