The Graduate Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences offers exciting seminars featuring scientists from across Canada and around the world, with occasional seminars by our own faculty and members of other departments at U of T and surrounding hospitals/institutes. These seminars provide an opportunity for all to meet outstanding, world-renowned scientists. Seminar speakers also schedule additional time for informal discussions with faculty and students. Regular attendance at seminars is required of all graduate students.
Graduate Departmental Seminar Series Requirement
All graduate students are required to attend the departmental seminars each year:
- Full-time students: a minimum of eight (8) departmental seminars per academic year
- Part-time/Flex-time students: a minimum of four (4) departmental seminars per academic year.
Students may fulfill up to 50% of their annual quota at sanctioned external seminars.
2019-2020 Graduate Departmental Research Seminars Schedule
The Role of Oxoguanine Glycosylase 1 (OGG1) as a DNA Damage Repair Enzyme and Epigenetic Modifier in Mitigating the Neurodevelopmental Disorders Initiated by Levels of Reactive Oxygen Species
Dr. Rob Macgregor
Telephone: (416) 978-7332
Graduate Program Assistant
Telephone: (416) 978-8896