All Events

Apr 7, 2020
3:00pm–4:00pm
MBP 1015Y Student Seminars
STUDENT NAME SEMINAR TITLE SUPERVISOR

Nader Allam

Pancreatic cancer and the effects of Stereotactic Body Radiotherapy (SBRT)...

Alex Vitkin

Michal Kazmierski

Deep prognostic modelling in head and neck cancer...

Benjamin Haibe-Kains

Maryam Arianpouya

Parallel Radiofrequency Transmission Method for safe MRI of Patients...

Simon Graham

Apr 8, 2020
4:00pm–5:00pm
MBP 1015Y Student Seminars
STUDENT NAME SEMINAR TITLE SUPERVISOR

David Dai

Purification of the mammalian tuberous sclerosis complex for structural studies...

Mohammad Mazhab-Jafari

Anastasia Smolina

BOLD MRI for chronic fetal hypoxia

John Sled

Meinusha Govindarajan

Identification of novel cell surface therapeutic targets for high-grade serous ovarian cancer

Thomas Kislinger

Apr 14, 2020
3:00pm–4:00pm
MBP 1015Y Student Seminars
STUDENT NAME SEMINAR TITLE SUPERVISOR

Monica Bell Vila 

Transcranial Alternating Current Stimulation for Stroke Recovery

Bojana Stefanovic 

Rojin Anbarafshan 

Microbubble cloud behavior under exposure regimes relevant to Ultrasound-mediated mechanical ablation

David Goertz 

Esther Matus 

TBD

Jean Gariepy 

Apr 15, 2020
4:00pm–5:00pm
MBP 1015Y Student Seminars
STUDENT NAME SEMINAR TITLE SUPERVISOR

Annie Ha

Building Prostate Cancer Secretome Proteome Library for Labelfree Quantification Screening

Thomas Kislinger

Tristan Kenney

Structural Characterization of MYC and...

Linda Penn

Gregory Kent

Modelling definitive haematopoiesis using human pluripotent stem cells

Gordon Keller

Apr 22, 2020
4:00pm–5:00pm
MBP 1015Y Student Seminars
STUDENT NAME SEMINAR TITLE SUPERVISOR

Kristine Keon

CryoEM studies of small molecules bound to V-ATPase 

John Rubinstein

Peter Lin

TBD

Linda Penn

Alex Liu

TBD

Steven Chan

Apr 29, 2020
4:00pm–5:00pm
MBP 1015Y Student Seminars
STUDENT NAME SEMINAR TITLE SUPERVISOR

Kate MacDonald

Micronuclear heterogeneity following genotoxic stress

Shane Harding

David Nie

Understanding the Role of Type I Protein Arginine Methyltransferases (PRMTs) in Triple-Negative Breast Cancer Cheryl Arrowsmith

 Ethan Malkin

TBD

Scott Bratman

May 6, 2020
4:00pm–5:00pm
MBP 1015Y Student Seminars
STUDENT NAME SEMINAR TITLE SUPERVISOR

Cathy Ong Ly

Exploring Bias in Medical Data

Chris McIntosh

Jenna Park

Signal transduction pathways regulating neuroblastoma metastasis

Meredith Irwin

Olga Sirbu

Investigating the relationship between the leptomeningeal microenvironment and metastatic medulloblastoma cells.

May 11, 2020
6:00pm–8:30pm
Student Event

The MBP Career Development Association is excited to announce that our annual Career Alumni Networking Night will be held on May 11th, 2020 at Hart House's Great Hall from 6-8:30 PM.

The night will be a rich opportunity to network with students and alumni across diverse career paths, including entrepreneurship, policy, consulting, pharma, and more.

Further details regarding networking and registration will follow. If you have any suggestions for the event, please email them to mbpcda@gmail.com.

In the meantime, slot the networking night into your calendar!

May 13, 2020
4:00pm–5:00pm
MBP 1015Y Student Seminars
STUDENT NAME SEMINAR TITLE SUPERVISOR

Yue Feng

Understanding the role of mitochondrial ClpXP in AML

Aaron Schimmer

Jillian Sprenger

Prognostication of breast cancer outcomes using a novel method of polarized light microscopy for stromal analysis

Alex Vitkin

Tristan Woo

TBD

Faiyaz Notta

May 20, 2020
4:00pm–5:00pm
MBP 1015Y Student Seminars
STUDENT NAME SEMINAR TITLE SUPERVISOR

Mark Zaidi

Quantitative digital pathology to evaluate hypoxia and proliferation in the tumor microenvironment relative to perfused vasculature

Brad Wouters

Masroor Bayati

TBD

Juri Reimand

Parwaiz Nijrabi

TBD

Razq Hakem

May 26, 2020
9:00am–5:00pm
MBP Event

The James Lepock Memorial Student Symposium is an important MBP event, commemorating the significant contributions of the Dr. James Lepock to research and the Department of Medical Biophysics and provides an opportunity for MBP students to present their research in a conference setting. The JLM Symposium fosters scientific debate across disciplines, streams and institutes. MBP students have the opportunity to showcase their research in the form of either a scientific poster or oral presentation at the Symposium, and best presenters are recognized with merit awards.

May 27, 2020
4:00pm–5:00pm
MBP 1015Y Student Seminars
STUDENT NAME SEMINAR TITLE SUPERVISOR

Quin Xie

Understanding heterogeneity in Type I Diabetes pathogenesis and Teplizumab treatment response in light of humoral immunity against gut microbiome

Jayne Danska

Alaleh Zamiri

TBD

Brian Raught

Brianne Laverty

TBD

David Malkin