MBiotech Program News

25/11/2009 - 10:28 - U of T Mississauga to offer biotechnology program for newcomers to Canada

The University of Toronto Mississauga, in partnership with U of T's School of Continuing Studies and AstraZeneca Canada Inc., will offer a program in biotechnology for internationally trained professionals, beginning in January 2010. On Nov. 25 at AstraZeneca Canada Inc, the provincial government announced $2.5 million to fund the new...

18/11/2009 - 10:00 - M.Biotech Teaching Faculty, Guojun Yang, Profiled

Professor Guojun Yang matches his laboratory perfectly--the impeccably neat, organized and curious researcher is clearly at home amidst the gleaming metal, sparkling test tubes and advanced electronics found in his corner of U of T Mississauga. From the spotless counters and colourful trays, it's not obvious that Yang, an assistant professor...

10/04/2009 - 10:51 - MBiotech Assistant Director Secures Funding for MTI

AUSTIN, TX—Molecular Templates Inc. (MTI), a biopharmaceutical company with a novel protein platform for the development of new cancer therapeutics, today announced it has secured $2.5 million in financing from Santé Ventures. Proceeds from this financing will be used to continue product development and conduct human clinical trials...

26/01/2009 - 10:37 - MBiotech Students Take Top Honours at Venture Capital Competition

Students from U of T Mississauga’s MBiotech program are on a winning streak. For two consecutive years, an MBiotech team has triumphed over U of T MBA student teams to take top Canadian honours at the Venture Capital and Innovation Competition (VCIC), which took place Jan 26-28, at the Rotman School of Management...

21/01/2009 - 11:00 - MBiotech Students Combine Science and Business to Find Solutions for Ontario farmers

Students combine science and business to find solutions for Ontario farmers From left: Zoe Yi Zhang, Kavisha Jayasundara, Nadia Lushina and Bahram Behnam Azad   Most students are pleased if their work impresses their lecturers. For students in U of T Mississauga’s Master of...

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