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U of T Molecular Genetics, graduate information session

Please join the Department of Molecular Genetics  for two graduate information sessions on October 26th from 3-4 pm  and November 7th from 2-3 pm in the Donnely Center--CCBR Red room (160 College Street).

It's a great opportunity to learn more about our world class graduate program, our rotation system that helps  students find the perfect lab and mentor for them as individuals, and the tremendous breadth of research of our ~100 faculty members.

If you can't join us but have questions about our graduate program or the admissions process (application deadlines are November 15, January 15 and May 1st), please do not hesitate to email our graduate coordinator at

More information can be found on our departmental web site:  and applications forms (on-line) are at

Hope to see you all!

Cheers, Bri Lavoie

-- Brigitte D. Lavoie, Associate Professor,
Dept Molecular Genetics, University of Toronto
1 King's College Circle, Medical Sciences Bldg #4278
Toronto, Ontario, CANADA.   M5S 1A8

Office:  1-416-978-6123
Lab:     1-416-946-8144
FAX:    1-416-978-6885


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