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UofT: Molecular Genetics Information Sessions

The Molecular Genetics Dept at U of T (http://www.moleculargenetics.utoronto.ca/index/) is hosting two graduate information sessions on November 15 and 19  that are open to all undergraduates and/or MSc students interested in exploring graduate opportunities at U of T.  Our department encompasses almost 100 different labs and we're particularly interested in recruiting undergraduates with diverse science backgrounds including biology, biochemistry, chemistry, mathematics, bioinformatics and computer sciences.

For anyone not interested in traveling to TO, there's also a link to a pre-recorded session:  http://j.mp/mogen-uoft

Many thanks,

Bri Lavoie,
MoGen recruitment committee co-chair




Join us to learn more about MoGen’s M.Sc. and Ph.D. programs and the world-class research opportunities we offer our students. Or watch a pre-recorded session at http://j.mp/mogen-uoft

Graduate Studies Information sessions
Fri Nov 15, noon-1 pm (Moved to November 22 due to a conflict.)
CCBR Red Room
160 College St

Wed Nov 19, 3-4 pm
MSB 2173
1 King's College Circle


Application information: http://j.mp/apply2mogen

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