LMP Student Union (LMPSU)
About the Student Union
The Laboratory Medicine and Pathobiology Student Union (LMPSU) serves as the representing body for all undergraduate students enrolled in the Laboratory Medicine and Pathobiology Specialist Program, or any students who enrol in a pathobiology course.
The executive team, a group of elected individuals motivated to improve and enrich the undergraduate experience, act as your go-to ambassadors for information, ideas, and support; we are dedicated to providing you with the support and services you need to make your academic career something you cherish.
To that end, the LMPSU acts as:
- Your sounding board; we want to make sure your questions and concerns are brought to the administration and that your comments about the program are heard
- Your academic support team; we offer past tests for almost all LMP courses, and organize academic seminars meant to engage you in challenging ethical and scientific issues
- Your social organizers; our social team works to provide you with engaging activities and awesome apparel to welcome you into the pathobiology family!
- Your collaborators; we want to hear your ideas and work with you to implement them, be they academic or social in nature
The LMPSU also organises the annual Undergraduate Research Conference.
How can you get involved?
It’s simple: keep up to date by visiting our Facebook page,follow along with our list-serv e-mails, or attend any of our events – we’d love to get to know you and hear what you think!
Executive team 2022 - 2023
Co-Presidents: Bonnie Yang and Britney Feng
VP Academic: Kevin Chen
VP Finance: Leo Xu
VP Social: Rachelle Lee
External Affairs Director: Linus Schweizer
Internal Affairs Director: Fiona Cui
3rd Year Specialist Representative: Mika Sun
2nd Year Specialist Representatives: Steven Ding and Riley Denise Alvarez
Webmaster: Wenda Zhang
Graphic Designer: Alan Ren
Britney is a undergraduate student in our Specialist Program in Pathobiology and has just become co-president of LMPSU.
Several LMP students are featured, including LMPSU Co-President, Karen Mao.
LMPSU co-presidents Karen Mao and Ziqi Liu talk about organising the 9th annual research conference: COVID-19: Investigating a viral phenomenon.
Undergraduate conference shows laboratory medicine’s role in understanding, diagnosing and treating COVID-19
On Saturday January 9th, 2021, the Laboratory Medicine & Pathobiology Student Union (LMPSU) in the Temerty Faculty of Medicine, University of Toronto, held its 9th annual research conference: COVID-19: Investigating a viral phenomenon.