TGH- Multi-Organ Transplant Student Research Training Program (MOTSRTP) Fall/Winter 2013-14 session “Call for Trainees”
The TGH- Multi-Organ Transplant Program, University Health Network is proud of its multidisciplinary approach to patient care. Transplant patients from all organ groups benefit from our team of multidisciplinary health care professionals, most of whom specialize in the field of transplantation, and work exclusively within the Multi-Organ Transplant Program.
Our multidisciplinary team includes nephrologists, surgeons, transplant coordinators, social workers, psychiatrist/psychiatric nurses, physiotherapists, nutritionists, primary care nurse practitioners, and other specialists.
The syllabi/applications for the 2013-14 Human Biology Research Projects are now posted under Courses > Research Projects.
Applications for TA positions starting September 2013 and January 2014 will be posted soon. When announced, please visit the Jobs at HMB for the list of course openings, instructions and deadlines.
TGH- Multi-Organ Transplant Student Research Training Program (MOTSRTP), Toronto General Hospital
“Open House Information Session”
Date: Friday March 22, 2013
Venue: Toronto General Hospital, 585 University Ave Munk Building, 11th floor, Room 11c-1272
Overview – Multi-Organ Transplant Student Research Training Program will be hosting an open house session for interested students wishing to partake in our program during the 2013 summer and 2013-14 fall/winter sessions.
Please see attached flyer for more information.
Please plan to attend our Roundtable discussion on
INFECTIOUS DISEASES AND GLOBAL HEALTH
with Dr. Kevin Kain
Director, Sandra A. Rotman Laboratories, Sandra Rotman Centre
Director, Global Health Program, McLaughlin Center for Molecular Medicine;
Director, Center for Travel and Tropical Medicine, University Health Network
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 4TH, 2013 12-1PM
400-155 College Street at the Global Health Division, Dalla Lana School of Public Health
More details and RSVP from http://www.eventbrite.com/event/4944766931
The University of Toronto Chapter of the United Nations Development Program will be hosting a conference on January 30 at Hart House from 5-8pm on the topic of international food security and sustainability. Please see attached flyer for more details.
In conjunction with the Department of Human Biology at the University of Toronto, the Neuroscience Association for Undergraduate Students
(NAUS) is hosting the third annual Canadian University Life Sciences Challenge, hosted at the U of T St. George campus on the weekend of February 1st-3rd. This challenge is modeled after competitions like CBC's Reach for the Top and Jeopardy.
2013 SUMMER STUDENT PROGRAM
Now Accepting Applications
The Sandra Rotman Centre and Grand Challenges Canada’s Summer Student Program offers students a unique opportunity to engage in meaningful, real-life work in the field of global health. We are looking for passionate and driven individuals to engage with one of our exciting opportunities.
Application Deadline: January 31, 2013
For more information and to apply online, please click HERE
2013 Summer Students
Please direct your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line "Summer Student Program."
Human Biology Program Distinguished Lecturer:
"Reading the Human Genome"
Dr. Sydney Brenner, D. Phil, FRS
2002 Nobel Prize Laureate in Physiology or Medicine
Senior Distinguished Fellow of the Crick-Jacobs Center, Salk Institute
Event date: Tuesday, January 15th, 10 AM
Location: MacLeod Auditorium, Medical Sciences Building, University of Toronto
Host: Dr. Vince Tropepe, Director Human Biology Program, Associate Professor Cell and Systems Biology, University of Toronto