In the first preclinical study of its kind, researchers use focused ultrasound to deliver treatment to help boost health of brain cells affected by Alzheimer’s
Breakthrough targets restoring the function of neurons vital to learning and memory
Budding brain scientists battle for supremacy
Four trainees at Sunnybrook Research Institute take home awards at the Hurvitz Brain Sciences Research Retreat poster competition
Research team's work on T cells inches toward clinic
Basic science discovery that early T cells, made from stem cells, can develop into mature T cells could change treatment of people with deficient immune systems
Stroke for stroke: How Rui Xu manages his PhD project while being a varsity rower
Trainees’ Post with Rui Xu
Striking a balance: Stecia-Marie Fletcher finds harmony in music amid PhD demands
Trainees' Post with Stecia-Marie Fletcher
Sunnybrook Research Institute’s Peer Network creates a sense of community among trainees
Through professional seminars and social events, the group bridges the gap between students in different labs
Helping to shape the future of focused ultrasound
Trainees showcase their projects and contest for prizes
Their way
With PhDs in hand, two SRI alumni chart custom-fitted courses
Researchers discover that mutations in tumour-halting gene may be useful markers for prognosis
More active p53 gene linked to longer survival for certain cancer patients
Confronting a PhD defence date: Miho Tanaka shares her feelings as she prepares for the big day
Trainees' Post with Miho Tanaka

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