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Celebrating women in science

Celebrating women in science

Women in science are vital to Sunnybrook, and to the future of health-care. Watch a short video highlighting just a few of the amazing women working in various science roles at Sunnybrook.

More news

Scientists awarded $5.7M in CIHR grants

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SRI spinoff company launched in the emerging field of T cell therapy

About SRI Spotlight, our new e-newsletter

I am pleased to share with you the inaugural edition of SRI Spotlight. Our intention with this e-publication is to highlight the innovative work of our teams as they drive toward achieving Sunnybrook’s vision of inventing the future of health care.
We hope this publication will contribute to a sense of community not only among our research team, but also with our clinical colleagues and our partner institutions.
In our first issue, we have highlighted a number of successes and advances the SRI team has made recently and we are celebrating International Day of Women and Girls in Science, which is Tuesday, February 11, 2020.
We are proud to feature just some of the many talented women at SRI, who are both role models and leaders in their fields. We hope this will help encourage more women to pursue careers in science.
I hope you like our first issue and if you have ideas for topics we can cover in future editions, please let us know.
Thank you,
Kullervo Hynynen
Vice President Research and Innovation
Sunnybrook Research Institute

Upcoming events

Patient Engagement in Research
Friday, February 14

SRI scientists in the news

Pioneering patient with extreme OCD sees success with new psychosurgery
CTV News - featuring Dr. Nir Lipsman

Handheld device "prints" new skin directly onto wounds 
Futurism - featuring Dr. Marc Jeschke

In the social media spotlight

In the first preclinical study of its kind, Dr. Isabelle Aubert and PhD student Kristiana Xhima used focused ultrasound to deliver a treatment deep inside the brain to help boost the health of brain cells affected by Alzheimer’s disease. Read more and share this post on LinkedIn!
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