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U of T Engineering partners with NRC to commercialize biomedical innovations

November 26, 2018 | U of T Engineering is partnering with Canada’s National Research Council (NRC) to create a national innovation hub focused on microfluidics.

New PhD Cameron Stewart fills a gap through health tech start-up Mesosil

November 8, 2018 | With his PhD from the Institute of Biomaterials & Biomedical Engineering (IBBME) fresh in hand, Cameron Stewart, CEO of health technology start-up Mesosil, wants to revolutionize your fillings. 

Alumnus wins Douglas R. Colton Medal for Research Excellence

October 24, 2018 | Alumnus Dr. Alphonsus Ng is the recipient of this year’s Douglas R. Colton Award for Research Excellence.

Michael Garton joins IBBME as new faculty member

October 1, 2018 | Michael Garton joins IBBME to embark his research on designing “living drugs”.

IBBME Youth Education Initiative Receives NSERC PromoScience Funding

September 17, 2018 | Professors Dawn Kilkenny and Penney Gilbert are the recipient of the NSERC PromoScience award valued at >$22,000.

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. @ibbme_uoft students: If you're interested in machine learning, this should be a good talk to attend https://t.co/QqXkt571YP

Announced today: #UofTEngineering is partnering with @NRC_CNRC to launch the Centre for Research and Application in Fluidic Technologies ( #CRAFT) — a national innovation hub focused on microfluidics! 🔬 https://t.co/Fc3DwtcSUj https://t.co/EDPZiVSw3i ibbme_uoft photo

Congratulations on Drs. Hai-Ling Cheng, Chris Bouwmeester, and Dawn Kilkenny in their early career professorship awards! @uoftengineering @Rocheleau_QM3 https://t.co/to8NsBVGiW

Want to learn more about our Biomedical Engineering graduate programs? We have several Webinar dates starting next week! Check it out here: https://t.co/0KZ6OQX8aC @uoftengineering @UofT #canada #gradschool https://t.co/HIJ1JfFxNp ibbme_uoft photo

Save the date! IARC 2019 is taking place on May 27th, 2019!! And we have a great line up of speakers!! https://t.co/J0R5DIqpHR
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The study led by @ibbme_uoft researchers involved transplanting healthy pancreatic cells under the skin to produce insulin for blood glucose regulation. #WorldDiabetesDay https://t.co/XyQyt2wTRK

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Dec
13
Thu
12:00 pm Using Wearable Sensors To Docume... @ Lecture Room A & B, Lyndhurst Centre
Using Wearable Sensors To Docume... @ Lecture Room A & B, Lyndhurst Centre
Dec 13 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
Presented by   Dr. Jean-François Lemay   Abstract: Most individuals with a motor incomplete spinal cord injury (SCI) will eventually recover the ability to walk. However, they will also present a higher risk of falling... Read more »
Dec
17
Mon
11:00 am Engineering Opportunities in Can... @ MSB2172
Engineering Opportunities in Can... @ MSB2172
Dec 17 @ 11:00 am – 12:00 pm
For more information go here: https://www.immunology.utoronto.ca/events Dr. Naoto Hirano, MD, PhD Senior Scientist, Princess Margaret Cancer Centre Professor, Department of Immunology, University of Toronto Profile Website Host: Dr. Juan Carlos Zúñiga-Pflücker, PhD
2:00 pm Characterization of CEACAM1 spat... @ Medical Sciences Building, Rm 2173
Characterization of CEACAM1 spat... @ Medical Sciences Building, Rm 2173
Dec 17 @ 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm
For more information go here: http://cettesemaine.utoronto.ca/sites/default/files/Ph.D.Poster.Aminie.Driouchi.pdf Presenter: Amine Driouchi Supervisor: Dr. Christopher Yip Abstract: CEACAMs are cell surface glycoproteins involved in homo- and heterophilic intercellular interactions that control cellular growth, differentiation, tumourigenesis, inflammation and infection. There... Read more »
Jan
16
Wed
9:30 am Graduate Seminar: Marko Mikic (M... @ BA1170
Graduate Seminar: Marko Mikic (M... @ BA1170
Jan 16 @ 9:30 am – 10:00 am
Theme: Engineering in a clinical setting Title: Audio Feedback for Minimally Invasive Surgery Abstract: Minimally invasive surgery (MIS) is increasing in popularity with the advancement of surgical tools and the desire to reduce scarring and... Read more »