University of Toronto

University of Toronto

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6 Queen’s Park Cres W, Toronto, ON M5S 3H2

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Media - 24.03
Sessional Lecturer - MDSB63H3Y Sound and Visual Media University of Toronto
Economics - 24.03
Financial & Administrative Coordinator University of Toronto
Pedagogy - 24.03
Program Manager, Experiential and Global Learning University of Toronto
Life Sciences - 24.03
Research Associate (Limited Term - 2 years) University of Toronto
Social Sciences - 24.03
Career Development Officer University of Toronto
Health - 24.03
Director, Strategy & Operations University of Toronto
Computer Science - 23.03
Graduate Program Assistant (term) University of Toronto
Administration - 23.03
Executive Coordinator to CAO University of Toronto
Media - 23.03
MScAC Digital Media/Web Officer University of Toronto
Social Sciences - 23.03
Research Coordinator University of Toronto
Administration - 23.03
Residence Service Assistant (5 Month Casual) University of Toronto
Economics - 23.03
MScAC Communications & External Relations Officer University of Toronto
Linguistics/Literature - 23.03
Serials Access Specialist University of Toronto

Health - Mar 24
Health

When Taufik Valiante was a child, his baseball coach's son passed away from severe epilepsy.  "I think that left a pretty indelible mark on me," says Valiante, a senior scientist at the Krembil Research Institute, University Health Network, and an associate professor of surgery in the University of Toronto's Temerty Faculty of Medicine.

Health - Mar 24

Tuberculosis (TB) is preventable and curable, yet it remains one of the world's most deadly infectious threats and a significant global health challenge.

Event - Mar 22

The University of Toronto Mississauga will hold its first All-Nations Powwow  on March 25.

While the world continues to witness the exchange of bombs and gunfire in Urkaine, the University of Toronto's  Ann Komaromi  is involved in the exchange of underground journalism and literature about the former Soviet Union.

Environment - Mar 20

"If you pick a spot in, say, a rainforest, and count the number of different species of lizards within 15 metres and you come up with a number," says Luke Mahler, "What determines that number?" Mahler is an assistant professor in the University of Toronto's department of ecology and evolutionary biology in the Faculty of Arts & Science.

Career - Mar 17

One day she's answering viewers' questions on the  Today Show  in New York. The next, she's giving relationship advice to a sold-out auditorium of executives in Dubai.

Environment - Mar 16

With the increasing popularity of electric vehicles, car-related air pollution will be less of a concern, right? Think again, say a group of University of Toronto researchers who are studying the effects of air pollution from brakes and tires.

University of Toronto researcher  Nazir Kherani  and his collaborators at the startup  3E Nano Inc  have one goal: to design the perfect window.

Health - Mar 23

Earlier this year, Equatorial Guinea declared its first outbreak of Marburg virus disease, with 11 confirmed deaths so far.

Politics - Mar 22

(From left to right: Gwen Burrows, University of Toronto, Annelise Riles, Northwestern University, Daniel Jutras, Université de Montréal, Meric Gertler, University of Toronto, Prime Minister Fumio Kishida, Kohei Itoh, Keio University, Motohiro Tsuch

Members of the University of Toronto community gathered in-person and online Tuesday to mark the International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination (IDERD) .

When the first Ontario Incidence Study of Reported Child Abuse and Neglect (OIS) was published in 1993, province-wide knowledge of child welfare investigation rates and outcomes was scarce. "Whenever I tried to go get data, I couldn't.

Campus - Mar 16

More than a year after Russia invaded Ukraine, universities around the world are taking steps to support scholars affected by the fighting in their country. To date, more 170 Ukrainian institutions of higher education have been damaged and more than 20 have been completely destroyed.

Innovation - Mar 16

When it comes to blood pressure monitoring, Alex Mariakakis and his team are all ears.

Life Sciences - Mar 15

To drive innovation in genomics through commercialization, create socioeconomic growth and cement Canada's position as a world-leader in genomics research and innovation, the federal government is expected to announce the Pan-Canadian Genomics Strategy (PCGS) later this year - funded through an allocation of $400 million announced in the 2021 budget.




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