The Till & McCulloch Award and Drew Lyall Award presentations, Under the Microscope talks, a Meet the Experts session on careers in academia ... and fabulous cookies.
Lots of great sessions today, plus a trainee poster session and pub night.
The Till & McCulloch Meetings don't officially start until tomorrow, but Whistler is already filling up with regenerative medicine and stem cell researchers from across the country.
Medicine by Design researcher Molly Shoichet, a world-renowned leader in the use of biomaterials to enhance stem-cell delivery, is the recipient of the 2016 Till & McCulloch Award.
Medicine by Design Executive Director Peter Zandstra has been recognized by Engineering Conferences International with this year’s Scale-Up [...]
Dr. John Calarco has joined the University of Toronto as an assistant professor in the Department of Cell & Systems Biology and as a Medicine by Design Associate.
Professor Molly Shoichet is leading one of 20 projects that are receiving Medicine by Design [...]
Peter Zandstra, Executive Director of Medicine by Design, has been appointed a University Professor, the University of Toronto's highest academic rank.
Regenerative medicine is the way of the future for Canadian health care, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says, and two new initiatives are helping strengthen the commitment of U of T and its partners to stem cell research and manufacturing.
Professor Peter Zandstra and Professor Molly Shoichet talk about Medicine by Design.
Read a primer on Medicine by Design.
The University of Toronto is set to cement its position as one of the world’s leading centres for the design and manufacture of cells, tissues and organs that can be used to treat degenerative disease, thanks to a $114-million grant from the federal government.