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  • Scott Prosser and Oliver Ernst organize 16th GPCR Retreat

    Scott Prosser and Oliver Ernst organize this year’s Great Lakes GPCR Retreat at Hockley Valley Resort (80 km northeast of Toronto). A workshop “Tools for Structural Neurobiology” organized by the Canada Excellence Research Chair in…
  • Warren Lee interviewed by CTV on flu treatment findings

    Dr. Warren Lee, critical care physician and cell biologist with St. Michael’s Hospital, teamed up with drug researchers at Sunnybrook Hospital to test Vasculotide, a new drug treatment that prevents lung blood vessels from leaking…
  • Graduate Professional Development mentioned in the National Post!

    Preparing graduate students to be market-ready through Biochemistry’s own GPD is mentioned in today’s National Post. BCH2024H GPD classes will be offered once again in the Fall and Winter of 2015-2016. Class size is limited…
  • Recent Graduates, Ruth Milkereit and Avinash Persaud, publish paper in Nature Communications

    Mammalian Target of Rapamycin Complex 1 (mTORC1) is a master regulator of energy metabolism, protein synthesis, cell and animal growth, and it is implicated in numerous diseases, including cancer. Influx of essential amino acids such…
  • Research Day 2015

    More than 200 attendees and 80 posters contributed to another highly successful Research Day. Held in the Medical Sciences Auditorium with posters in the Stone Lobby, we also enjoyed a BBQ lunch on the “patio” in between. As…