Helping Students Prepare for CaRMS - Faculty Interest Survey

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Faces of U of T Medicine: Kevin Wang

MD/PhD graduate  Kevin Wang and Nobel laureate Michael W. YoungMD/PhD graduate Kevin Wang and Nobel laureate Michael W. Young

Students Delve into Cancer Experience, With Patients as Teachers

PATIENT TEACHERS DEMETRA TURNBULL AND JENNIFER SCHULTZ, WITH PROFESSOR JORY SIMPSON (PHOTO BY MARCELLO SILLES)PATIENT TEACHERS DEMETRA TURNBULL AND JENNIFER SCHULTZ, WITH PROFESSOR JORY SIMPSON (PHOTO BY MARCELLO SILLES)

Computing for Medicine: Phase 1 Application 2018-19

This program is a 20-month-long commitment offered to first year medical students at the University of Toronto. To achieve a Certificate of Completion, this program requires 100% attendance of the Phase 1 and 2, attendance of at least 5 of the 6 seminars in Phase 3, and completion of all exercises and assignments. Additionally, students must be in good academic standing throughout the duration of the program. If students are faced with academic difficulty, a meeting with the faculty may be requested and the participant may be asked to withdraw from the program. 

Faces of U of T Medicine: Sujen Saravanabavan

MD Student Sujen SaravanabavanSujen Saravanabavan is passionate about helping others. In addition to his medical studies, the third-year student is also an active member of various student leadership groups. This weekend, he’ll be presented with an MD Financial Management Student Leadership Award at the Canadian Federation of Medical Students (CFMS) Spring General Meeting in Halifax.

Medical Students March For a Permanent Fix to Residency Shortages

Dozens of medical students from U of T and across the province gathered at Queen’s Park on April 25 to press political leaders for a long-term solution to the lack of residency spots for graduating medical students.

U of T Working for MD Student Success

Nine MD students from the University of Toronto found spots in the second round of residency matching released today by the Canadian Resident Matching Service (CaRMS).

Still, there are not enough residency spots available to qualified medical school graduates in Canada, an issue that medical schools and students from U of T and beyond are working hard to address across the system. In the 2018 MD class, 20 students remain unmatched.

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