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Welcome to Graduate & Life Sciences Education

GLSE encompasses two major education activities in the Temerty Faculty of Medicine – Graduate Education and Undergraduate Education in the Life Sciences including Arts and Science and other interdivisional teaching.  GLSE also oversees the activities of the Department of Teaching Labs (DTL).  GLSE advocates for graduate and undergraduate students and promotes innovative education in the heart of Canada’s largest health care research hub.

Jan 24, 2022
The Graduate Peer Support Network (GPSN) is offering a peer mentorship program with rolling registration throughout the year for any students seeking support to navigate the challenges of graduate school.
Jan 19, 2022
Fourteen new or renewed Canada Research Chairs, including Professor Ana Andreazza, have been awarded funding for work in inflammatory rheumatic diseases, medical biophysics, physical therapy and other fields.  
Jan 6, 2022
The Department of Medical Biophysics is now accepting applications for the 2022 Summer Research Program for undergraduate students.

This is to inform you that the application portal for the 2022 Summer Research Program is now open. Please note that the application deadline is Monday, January 24, 2022.

Reflecting on Black History Month 2022 https://t.co/WwVtC752le https://t.co/EsDUfZPbYz

If this is your first time joining a fitness class hosted by GPSN, please fill out the following mandatory form prior to attending class: https://t.co/6WHLbGCD7g
Date: Every Monday
Time: 7:00-8:00 pm
https://t.co/ZVLG9NbaT5
Meeting ID: 914 6413 7587
Passcode: yoganights https://t.co/3hRS5YbE2W

Check out what our student Jaspreet Randhawa has to say about her experience and the program. Read and watch now! https://t.co/DCVd3rO8VH https://t.co/7cGMEHi0t1

Information Session for Course-based and Professional Master’s Programs
Date: March 2, 2022
Time: 12:00pm-2:00pm
Location: Online Via zoom
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GLSE Talks: One Minute Video Competition Winner - Anne van der Meij (Biochemistry Postdoc)

Dirt(y) microbes save the day! Dying soil is an invisible crisis at our feet and endangers our food supply. However, with the help of billions of microbes, that largely determine soil chemistry, we'll be able to take control.
Anne Van der Meij