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MoGen Graduate Program Information Sessions

Are you interested in graduate opportunities in the University of Toronto Department of Molecular Genetics? Come learn more about our outstanding graduate programs (PhD, MSc, and Quantitative or Computational Biology Tracks) and how to put your best application together at one of our upcoming information sessions. Talk with Professors in the Department about Graduate study and have your specific questions about the program answered. These sessions are free, but an RSVP is required. Pizza and Pop will also be served. Tell your friends who aren't in MoGen courses! We hope to see you there!

What: MoGen Graduate Program Information Sessions

When: 5-6:30pm on
Tuesday, Nov. 8th (General; MSc/PhD)
Wednesday, Nov. 9th (General; MSc/PhD)
Thursday Nov. 10th (Specific PhD tracks in Quantitative Biology or Computational Biology; QBMG or CBMG)

Where: Medical Sciences Building, InteractHome, Room 4284, 1 King's College Circle


Upcoming Application Deadlines:
Nov. 15, 2016
Jan. 15, 2017

For more information:
General Grad Program Info.
QBMG Track
CBMG Track

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