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E.g., 04/20/2021

The New Normal with Maydianne Andrade (Ep. 19 part two): Scapegoat

April 15, 2021

For University of Toronto students Gigi Hoi and Alfonso Ralph Mendoza Manalo, one of the first steps in dealing with anti-Asian racism is having difficult, honest conversations.

Our Community Anti-Asian Racism, COVID-19 New Normal, Ecology & Evolutionary Biology, Faculty of Arts & Science, Graduate Students, U of T Scarborough, Undergraduate Students
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Commemorative stamp marks 100th anniversary of U of T’s discovery of insulin

April 15, 2021

Among the treasures in the University of Toronto’s archives are letters from grateful diabetic patients and their families addressed to Frederick Banting, who, along with Charles Best, J. J.

Our Community Insulin 100, Temerty Faculty of Medicine, Banting & Best, Diabetes, Insulin, Physiology
two young Black children read a picture book

Elementary school children can learn concepts that stump adults: U of T study

April 14, 2021

Story time took on a new twist in a recent study by Samuel Ronfard, a researcher at University of Toronto Mississauga.

Breaking Research, Our Community Psychology, Research & Innovation, U of T Mississauga
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U of T supports launch of WHO’s vision for global diabetes prevention and management

April 14, 2021

The World Health Organization (WHO) has launched a comprehensive vision for the management and prevention of diabetes at a Global Diabetes Summit hosted by the WHO and the Government of Canada with the collaboration of... Global Lens, Our Community Insulin 100, Diabetes, Meric Gertler, U of T Mississauga

Woman undergoing an eye exam

With a health equity lens, U of T researcher leads study focused on diabetes-related vision loss

April 13, 2021

The University of Toronto’s Aleksandra Stanimirovic is currently leading a study that, she says, underscores the reason she chose to become a health researcher as opposed to a physician.

Our Community Insulin 100, Institute of Health Policy Management and Evaluation, Dalla Lana School of Public Health

PhD student wins Three Minute Thesis contest for presentation on medieval Persian poet

April 13, 2021

What do short stories from medieval Persian literature teach us about today’s political discourse?

Faraz Alidina can tell you – in less than three minutes.

Our Community Temerty Faculty of Medicine, Faculty of Arts & Science, Faculty of Music, Graduate Students, Humanities, Near & Middle Eastern Civilizations, School of Graduate Studies
Almonds spilled on a white table

Is a calorie always a calorie? Not when it comes to almonds, U of T researchers find

April 13, 2021

Researchers at the University of Toronto have found that a calorie labelled is not the same as a calorie digested and absorbed when the food source is almonds.

Breaking Research, Our Community Temerty Faculty of Medicine, Diet, Nutritional Sciences, Research & Innovation
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Excellence is Black award fund to support Black graduate students

April 12, 2021

A new student-led academic award is poised to provide more financial support and mentorship for Black graduate students at the University of Toronto.

Our Community Black Graduate Students Association, Temerty Faculty of Medicine, Black, Cheryl Regehr, Faculty of Law, Graduate Students, Rotman School of Management, School of Graduate Studies

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