The Rogers Foundation announces a second landmark gift, building on its $130 million gift in 2014, to sustain the Ted Rogers Centre for Heart Research in perpetuity and bring the promise of precision cardiac health to patients across Canada and globally. In 2014, the...
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The Legacy of Insulin Discovery: Origins, Access, and Translation Symposium
November 26, 2020 @ 1:00 pm - 8:00 pm EST
To kick-off the 100 year anniversary of the discovery of insulin, University of Toronto is hosting a virtual symposium on November 26, 2020, entitled The Legacy of Insulin Discovery: Origins, Access, and Translation. The symposium is part of the Royal Society of Canada’s Celebration of Excellence and Engagement (COEE) which will take place both virtually and in-person from November 23-29, 2020.
As a U of T graduate student, you are invited to attend the whole COEE for the discounted price of $25, by using the discount code UTORONTO upon registration.
If you are interested in attending just the U of T symposium, you can register for no charge by using this U of T only link by November 22, 2020.