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The Student-Senior Isolation Prevention Partnership
MedSoc’s SSIPP has proven so successful, it has attracted 96 med students and gone national …...
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Gratitude and Appreciation
Thank you to Meds alumni who generously supported MAA programs and helped today’s medical students become tomorrow’s physicians. Their support means the world to the...
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Reconciling medical education and health care for Indigenous peoples
Much needs to be done to reconcile medical education and health care for Indigenous peoples. Here’s what’s underway now....
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Who was Dr. Peggy Hill?
When Dr. Marion Hilliard (Class of 2T7) took to the high-school stage to speak about her career as an obstetrician/gynecologist, Marguerite (Peggy) Hill sat enthralled....
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The Dr. Marguerite (Peggy) Hill Lecture Series on Indigenous Health
The annual Dr. Peggy Hill Lecture, one of the university’s oldest standing initiatives in Indigenous Health, has welcomed a variety of insightful speakers....
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What's a Class to do?
Although the pandemic has slammed the brakes on many class activities, the Class of 9T4 continues to raise funds for medical students. And the Class of 6T0, well...
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In Memory of Dr. Peter Dent
Peter created the first multidisciplinary program in immunology and virology, and founded McMaster Children’s Hospital in Hamilton....
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Don't Let History Repeat Itself
You are only the second of our classes, 2020 being the first, in the last 100 years to graduate during a pandemic....
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On Becoming a Physician
Childhood experiences with the social determinants of health led Rakshith Gangireddy, Class of 2T2, to want to help communities...
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Alumni startups help ease pandemic
The COVID-19 pandemic creates unusual circumstances and atypical needs. Fortunately, startups led by U of T Med alumni are at the ready to meet many of the new requiremen...
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