Why I love teaching: Dr Danielle Bentley on engaging students in embryology

“I love that moment when something clicks and everything makes sense - you see it in a students’ eyes”, smiles Dr. Danielle Bentley as she speaks about her passion for teaching in the Temerty Faculty of Medicine, “It's amazing to watch students when they have that moment”.
Apr 21 / 2021

Raising awareness of infertility

April 18th to the 24th marks Canadian Infertility Awareness Week, a time in which we reflect on the challenges of infertility and rally to support those in our community.  Dr. Danielle Bentley, who teaches embryology on our MHSc in Laboratory Medicine, spoke about why it is important to raise awareness of infertility.
Apr 19 / 2021

Research focus: Bo Wang and machine learning in biomedicine

Artificial Intelligence (AI) can be seen across many fields from smartphone technology to self-driving cars, and our home entertainment systems. However, its adoption into healthcare and medical research is in its infancy and there is little acceptance of AI in a clinical setting to date.
Mar 30 / 2021

How experimenting with machine learning changed the future for a PhD candidate

Joey Silburt is in the final stages of completing his PhD in the Department of Laboratory Medicine & Pathobiology in the Temerty Faculty of Medicine. Having a fascination for gene therapy, he joined Dr. Isabelle Aubert’s lab.
Mar 26 / 2021