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Alex Palazzo wins award for excellence in graduate teaching

2 February 2020|0 Comments

Alex Palazzo was awarded a 2019-2020 Faculty of Medicine Graduate Teaching Award for Mid-Career Excellence in Graduate Teaching and Mentorship.

Professor Palazzo was one of two recipients honoured with the faculty teaching award in this category, to recognize and celebrate outstanding contributions to graduate education.  Candidates are nominated by their Graduate Unit through a student (or […]

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Biochemistry Department Retreat 2019

7 September 2019|0 Comments

The 2019 Biochemistry Retreat was a huge success. Members of the department spent September 4th to the 6th up at Geneva Park where they heard talks from students, postdocs, faculty and invited speakers. In the midst of all this, department members partook in a scavenger hunt, fireside singing and other group activities. the department also […]

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Scott Prosser named UofT Distinguished Professor

22 May 2019|0 Comments

Professor Scott Prosser has been awarded the title of UofT Distinguished Professor of Biophysical Chemistry. This award recognizes individuals with highly distinguished accomplishments who exhibit and maintain an extraordinary level of activity in their research and scholarly work, and have achieved pre-eminence in their field in line with the University’s stated objectives and emerging priorities.

Congratulations!

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Five Biochemistry Graduate Students win big at the Annual 2018 American Crystallographic Association meeting

27 July 2018|0 Comments

Congratulations to graduate students: Matt McCallum, Andreea Gheorghita, and Thomas Bateman for winning the Pauling Poster Prizes and Ondrej Halgas and Natalie Bamford for winning the Taylor & Francis Biomolecular Crystallography Poster Prize and the Louis Delbaere Pauling Poster Prize, respectively, at the 2018 American Crystallographic Association (ACA) meeting held at the Sheraton Hotel, Toronto, July 22-26.

A special congratulations to Andreea Gheorghita for […]

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Joel Watts named Canada Research Chair in Protein Misfolding Disorders

7 May 2018|0 Comments

Dr. Joel Watts was named a Tier 2 Canada Research Chair in Protein Misfolding Disorders for his research on understanding the relationship between groups of misfolded proteins and the progression of degenerative brain disease, such as Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s diseases. Congratulations!