Including internal IMS-MRL seminars as well as events open to all.
NB: During the Covid-19 situation we are now running our Tuesday seminar series online via Zoom. Please check the events calendar for details.
The IMS-MRL seminar series: four events, taking place weekly during term time, with occasional seminars from visiting scientists.
- External Research Seminars (on Tuesdays at 1.15pm; – sponsored by Astra Zeneca
- Internal ‘Research in Progress’ Seminars (on Tuesday at 1.15pm)
- Internal ‘Hot Topics’ Sessions (on Tuesday at 2.15pm; for 1st year PhD and post-graduate students)
- Mastering Academic Excellence in Metabolic Medicine (MAXIM), sponsored by Eli Lilly. (on Fridays at 1.15pm; sandwiches available from 1.00pm)
- This event has passed.
University of Toronto Insulin 100 Scientific meeting
April 15 @ 8:00 am - April 16 @ 5:00 pm
In celebration of the 100th anniversary of the University of Toronto’s discovery of insulin. Lectures will start online in January 2021, with opportunities for trainees and all colleagues to submit Abstracts/Virtual electronic posters. Participation is free, from registration to abstract submission.
There will be two components to the virtual online meeting:
- Pre-recorded lectures available starting January 2021
- Live, moderated, speaker discussions, abstract & trainee award presentations on April 15 & 16
The Scientific Symposium will provide comprehensive updates on the latest advances in diabetes treatment and management through a series of online educational sessions and live, online, panel discussions with the experts. Educational sessions will include the latest information on the management of diabetes and its complications, practical tips and proven strategies for improving patient care, and translation of the latest diabetes research into clinical practice. These sessions will be recorded for posterity and retained on the Scientific Symposium website as an educational repository for long term access referencing. In keeping with the spirit of Banting and Best, who sold the American patents for insulin to the University of Toronto for $1.00 each, the symposium materials will be complimentary.