A Formula for Success â€” Right Time, Right Place and Right People
Emeritus University Professor Lap-Chee Tsui accepted the 2014 Henry G. Friesen International Prize in Health Research last week, and he gave a moving address at the event.
U of T Researchers Make Unusual Cellular Connection
Researchers led by Helen McNeill, a Professor in the Department of Molecular Genetics, have revealed an exciting and unusual biochemical connection. Their discovery has implications for diseases linked to mitochondria, the primary sources of energy production within our cells.
Genetic Testing Uncovers Unknown Autoinflammatory Disorder
Living with unexplained fevers, feeding problems, an occasional rash and other seemingly unrelated symptoms dominated the first seven years of Claire Gvozdanovicâ€™s life. It wasnâ€™t until Prof. Ronald Laxer helped identify a unique genetic mutation that Claire and her family finally had answers.
U of T Medicine Community Members Recognized for Personal Service
Several Faculty of Medicine community members have won a 2014 Arbor Award. The University of Toronto created the Arbor Awards in 1989 to recognize volunteers for their outstanding personal service to the University.
Studying Health in the First Moments of Life
Thanks to a unique exchange between U of T and Swedenâ€™s Karolinska Institute made possible by former Toronto Maple Leafs Captain Mats Sundin, Jessica Weidner and Sophie Petropoulos are helping to advance fetal health in important new ways.