Professors Penney Gilbert and Bryan Stewart obtained cells from people living with Duchenne muscular dystrophy to grow miniature muscles and study the genetic disorder outside the body
Researchers from two labs at the University of Toronto have discovered a novel way to test self-repair of skeletal muscle, and this method has the potential to rapidly advance the development of treatments
Eleven newly funded projects will advance research in areas from environmental monitoring to cancer detection
Two multidisciplinary partnerships led by U of T Engineering researchers are developing implantable biomaterials that accelerate injury recovery, from car accidents to heart attacks.
CRC program aims to help the country attract and retain research leaders in engineering and the natural sciences, health sciences, humanities and social sciences
Early Researcher Awards support U of T Engineering research on smart materials, cancer technology and more
Awards provide critical support that helps promising scientists and engineers in the first five years of their academic careers build their research teams