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UHN’s Office of Research Trainees (ORT) is a resource for all current and prospective postdoctoral fellows and graduate, undergraduate and co-op students. At the ORT, trainees will find everything there is to know about being a part of the strong supportive research environment at UHN.

Visit the ORT website to learn more about research training at UHN; read the ORT’s monthly newsletter, The ORT Times; connect with the ORT community via social media; and explore the wealth of resources designed to encourage academic and professional success, including funding opportunities and career development workshops.

http://uhntrainees.ca/

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The ORT Times 2019 March Edition is Now Available

 
The UHN Office of Research Trainees (ORT) is proud to announce the 2019 March Edition of The ORT Times! The ORT Times is a monthly e-newsletter focused on UHN trainees featuring news and editorials about trainee life, articles to help developing researchers get the most out of their training experience at UHN, tips on career development, and research training opportunities within and outside of UHN.   


Highlights from the March Issue
Feature Stories:

  • Creating an Online Presence 
  • Bringing Cell Therapies to Clinic
  • The Role Model that STEM Needs
  • Relationship Building in Academia 

Conference Reports: Read Ashley and Azadeh's conference reports.
 
Read and download the full February Edition now!
For other interesting articles written for The ORT Times, past issues of the ORT, visit ORT’s website here!
 

  • Past Issues of The ORT Times
    For a complete list of past issues of The ORT Times, click here.
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UHN’s Office of Research Trainees (ORT) is a resource for all current and prospective postdoctoral fellows and graduate, undergraduate and co-op students. At the ORT, trainees will find everything there is to know about being a part of the strong supportive research environment at UHN.

Visit the ORT website to learn more about research training at UHN; read the ORT’s monthly newsletter, The ORT Times; connect with the ORT community via social media; and explore the wealth of resources designed to encourage academic and professional success, including funding opportunities and career development workshops.

http://uhntrainees.ca/