Disability, Art and Antiquity

21 Feb 2018 - 4:34pm
Bronze Statuette - depicting an emaciated hunchback, now in the Staatliche Museum, Antikensammlung, Berlin. My photo.

A stroll through any museum is proof enough that the ancient Greeks and Romans were dedicated to perfection of the human form, but according to one U of T Mississauga researcher, the ancient world also offers up evidence of a different population—one with diverse body types and abilities—if only you know where to look.

New report reveals how to attract foreign investment to Toronto

20 Feb 2018 - 4:28pm
David Wolfe

A new first-of-its-kind report co-authored by a University of Toronto Mississauga researcher is poised to play a pivotal role in driving economic growth in the Greater Toronto Area.

A match made at UTM: Secret romance began on campus

14 Feb 2018 - 11:46am
Puneet Kohli and Imre Gams pose in their wedding attire.

From a  secret romance to a fairy tale ending—the love story of U of T Mississauga alumni Puneet Kohli and Imre Gams has it all.

Medicine expands Occupational Therapy program to UTM

14 Feb 2018 - 11:11am
students walking in atrium at TDHSC

The Faculty of Medicine is expanding its occupational therapy program to the University of Toronto Mississauga beginning this September. The expansion will allow the MScOT program to increase the number of available spots from 90 to 130, and builds on the success of the Mississauga Academy of Medicine (MAM), which began at UTM in 2011.

UTM researcher awarded Marie Sklodowska-Curie fellowship

12 Feb 2018 - 3:39pm
Photo of researcher Emiel Visser

Biophysicist Emiel Visser has become the first U of T Mississauga researcher to be awarded a Marie Sklodowska-Curie Actions Global Fellowship. Visser, who is a member of the Milstein Laboratory for Biological Physics, will investigate new techniques that could help to stop antibiotic-resistant bacteria in its tracks.