Whether it's jumping into an unknown research project with both feet or choosing random ingredients to cook with, Jiro Inoue, PhD, is eager to try new things. This led him to Robarts Research Institute, where he is solving arrhythmia problems.
Double honours recognize research excellence Sarah Svenningsen, PhD'16, received the inaugural John P. Robarts Award and the 2016 Collip Medal. She is pursuing a career in respiratory research with the hope of changing patient outcomes for the better.
Varsity rower makes waves in and out of the water For some, balancing a rigorous athletic schedule while completing a PhD would seem intimidating, if not impossible. But it’s the only way Adam Rabalski knows how to keep a balance between his greatest passions: rowing and research.
Studentships to fund translational breast cancer research Thirteen exceptional trainees have recieved Translational Breast Cancer Research Studentships, based on the scientific quality of their project, their academic record, and the relevance of the project to translational breast cancer research.
Scientific symposium tackles chronic lung disease Take part in an investigative look into chronic lung disease at the 2016 J. Allyn Taylor International Prize in Medicine Symposium on November 10. You will hear from the 2016 Taylor Prize co-recipients Drs. Stephen Holgate and Malcolm Sears. Trainees are welcome to attend.
Learn about some of the hottest topics in health Join us on October 1 for a community lecture focused on topics related to health and issues that are making headlines, including the Zika virus, drug safety and marijuana use. This informative lecture will feature Dr. Walter Siqueira, Steven Laviolette, PhD, and Dr. Michael Rieder.
Top stories from June 2016 Current Affairs Did you miss the June 2016 issue of Current Affairs? Read the top stories on the 10 trainees who represented the School at the Canadian Student Health Research Forum, celebrating the spring convocating class with Lori Lowes, and cultivating creativity and inspiration in research.