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As high school students, Ikran Ali and Zaky Hassan weren’t even aware they could pursue careers in laboratory medicine and health research.
Today, Ali is a fifth-year PhD student in the Temerty Faculty of Medicine’s Institute of Medical Science at the University of Toronto, where she conducts orthopaedic research on bone healing and infection. Hassan, meanwhile, is a second-year master’s student in the faculty’s department of biochemistry who investigates the structural biology of coronavirus spike proteins.
A new University of Toronto course explores Black mental health from a public health perspective amid mounting evidence that the COVID-19 pandemic has had inequitable effects on the wellbeing of racialized Canadians.
Offered by the Dalla Lana School of Public Health this fall, Fundamentals of Black Mental Health examines specific racialized challenges facing Black people and the most effective treatments and interventions related to addiction, mood and anxiety disorders, dementia and psychosis.
Undergraduate students at the University of Toronto are getting an inside look at how municipal officials are dealing with the pandemic and other issues shaping urban life.
“City Challenges, City Opportunities in 21st-Century Toronto,” a third-year Faculty of Arts & Science course, invites about 200 students from U of T and seven other post-secondary institutions to participate in regular online meetings with City of Toronto staff.