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Professor Leah Cowen, chair of the department of molecular genetics in the Temerty Faculty of Medicine and an expert on infectious fungal diseases, has been appointed the University of Toronto’s first associate vice-president, research.
The newly created role will see Cowen tasked with enhancing supports for U of T’s scholars, mobilizing funding and boosting even further the quality and impact of research across the university’s three campuses. She will begin the position on March 1, 2021 for a four-year term.
Across Canada and around the world, the pandemic has resulted in severe constraints on international and domestic travel, raising the question:?Will business, educational and personal travel ever return to pre-pandemic levels?
“Countries are going to have to figure out how to open up in some way,” says Professor Vivek Goel. “There are many different pilot approaches being undertaken.”
Six ways U of T researchers – and the Royal Society of Canada – are working to make our lives better
From clean energy and water to urban biodiversity, disability in HIV patients and labour activism in China, the next generation of researchers at the University of Toronto is engaged in tackling some of the most difficult – and pressing – questions of our time.
Six of those researchers were recently recognized for their leadership, talent and the transformative potential of their research by being elected to the Royal Society of Canada (RSC)’s College of New Scholars, Artists and Scientists.
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