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A focus on our people
Yet, while the online puzzle has quickly racked up millions of devotees, it's not the only thing helping people cope with a frigid winter amid the latest – and hopefully last – wave of COVID-19 transmission.
Luke Spooner, a University of Toronto alumnus, has spent than two years supporting the planning and development of a recently launched biosimilars drug initiative in the Northwest Territories – one of only a handful of such programs in Canada.
The initiative will switch patients from original biologic medication to less expensive, highly similar versions known as biosimilars.
In a recent interview with Times Higher Education, University of Toronto President Meric Gertler outlined the steps the university is staking to strengthen its international presence – from student recruitment and entrepreneurship to academic and industrial partnerships.