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ORT Meet and Greet
A virtual drop-in social event for UHN trainees and postdocs. Join us for a conversation, games, and a chance to meet your colleagues!

August 4 at 12:00 PM | Register
Submit an abstract! - UHN Postdoc Symposium 
The inaugural UHN Postdoc Symposium will celebrate the excellence and cutting edge research of postdoctoral researchers across UHN. Submit your abstracts for a chance to give a talk during the symposium on Sept.19th!

Submit an abstract by August 11 | More Information and Register
UHN Summer Seminar Series
In this 2-day virtual series for youth aged 14+, students will learn about and explore diverse careers in research, medicine, and healthcare. Speakers will include healthcare practitioners, researchers and research trainees.

August 14-15, 1:00 - 4:00 PM | More Information and Register
Research Innovation and Commercialization at UHN
Join us for a webinar where you'll learn about the commercialization process involved at UHN, including building an understanding of intellectual property, patents, and licensing. The workshop will also highlight resources and support available to entrepreneurs through Commercialization at UHN.

August 17, 3:30 PM | More information and Register
Cancer 360: Presentation Skills
Join the Cancer 360+ Summer Program for a discussion on Presentation Skills. 

August 2, 12:00 PM | Join on Cancer Campus
University & Research Pathways
Join us for an exciting event designed specifically for high school and 1st-year students! Discover opportunities that await you in the world of higher education and research. Topics covered will include university programs, post-graduate research, and the Multi-Organ Transplant Student Training Program (MOTSRTP).

August 2, 4:30 PM | More Information and Register
CIHR Proposal Writing Intensive Course
Join the School of Graduate Studies at UofT for a course on how to write competitive applications for CIHR awards for graduate students conducting health research. Sessions are open to graduate students at UofT. 

August 8 - 11, 9:00 - 10:15 AM | More Information and Register
NSERC Proposal Writing Intensive Course
Join the School of Graduate Studies at UofT for a course on how to write competitive applications for NSERC awards for graduate students in the physical and life sciences. Sessions are open to graduate students at UofT. 

August 15-17, 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM | More Information and Register
Cancer 360: Summer Research Day
The Cancer 360+ Summer Student Program invites you to celebrate the accomplishments of summer students in the Cancer Program at UHN at the annual Cancer 360+ Summer Research Day. 

August 24, 1:00 PM | More information
Falling Walls Lab
The Falling Walls Lab is a global interdisciplinary competition for students and early-career professionals. Pitch your innovative idea in just three minutes, showcasing a breakthrough that positively impacts science and technology.

Apply by August 10 | More Information and Apply
CRANIA Pitch Competition
CRANIA brings together research, clinical and academic expertise across disciplines. We are looking for enthusiastic, innovative and passionate neurotechnological innovators who can solve problems in the neuromodulation environment. We welcome innovators with new, exciting, creative and innovative early-stage change-making ideas that have the potential to make a transformative impact on those with neurological disorders. 

Apply by August 13 | More Information and Apply
Call for applications: ECHO 2023-2024
The Entrepreneurship Cardiovascular Health Opportunities (ECHO) program is a 12-month online training program led by veteran entrepreneurs and high-caliber consultants across a various sectors. ECHO provides innovators of cardiovascular technologies with entrepreneurship training, mentorship, networking, and funding opportunities. 
Apply by August 14 | More Information and Apply
Postdoctoral Fellowship in Regenerative Medicine for Multiple Sclerosis
The Stem Cell Network-MS Canada: Postdoctoral Fellowship in Regenerative Medicine for Multiple Sclerosis is to attract and retain promising post-doctoral scientists to work at the intersection of stem cells, regenerative medicine and multiple sclerosis. 

Apply by August 15, 5:00 PM | More Information and Apply
Job Posting: Specialist 1, Strategic Research Projects
The Strategic Research Projects team at UHN is hiring! The Specialist 1 position is an integral member of the Strategic Research Projects team whose mandate is to foster the growth of the UHN research enterprise through supporting its ongoing strategic priorities. 

Apply by August 28 | More Information and Apply
Job Posting: Postdoctoral Researcher
The Cameron Lab in the Department of Occupational Science and Occupational Therapy at the University of Toronto is recruiting a postdoctoral researcher to co-design a person- and family-centered care model to support people with spinal cord injuries. 

Apply by September 1 | More Information and Apply
Congratulations Fenneke KleinJan on receiving the ORT Conference Award!
Fenneke KleinJan is a Postdoctoral Researcher in Dr. Mitsu Ikura's lab at Princess Margaret Cancer Centre. Her research focuses on fragment-based drug discovery of small GTPases using applied biophysical methods.
Congratulations James Young on receiving the ORT Conference Award! 
James Young is a Postdoctoral Researcher in Integrated Arthritis Care at the Schroeder Arthritis Institute. His current work is focused on evaluating surgical and non-surgical care options for people with osteoarthritis and other musculoskeletal disorders.
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