Donnelly in the Media
Andy Fraser weighs on a controversial discovery of reversible cell death"
Cell Death Might Be Reversible, and Scientists Are Trying to Find Out Why - VICE|Motherboard
Derek van der Kooy's discovery of retinal stem cells featured among stem cell breakthoughs
How the discovery of stem cells revolutionized medicine - The Globe and Mail
Benjamin Blencowe's team uncovers one protein's sweeping influence on autism:
Introverted mice reveal clues to large swath of autism cases - The Globe and Mail
Autism: Scientists May Be Able To Explain A Third Of All Cases - Huffington Post
Shortage of a Protein Linked to Autism in Mice - The Scientist
Gary Bader&co apply their algorithm, developed for mapping out biological networks, to something more festive:
How to throw the ultimate wine-and-cheese party using the miracle of data - The Washington Post
Become a wine and cheese whiz - The Varsity
Medicine by Design director Peter Zandstra weighs in on the future of US stem cell research:
Funding surges in Canada as Trump win throws U.S. stem cell research in doubt - The Globe and Mail
Wei Zhang's work gets recognized by a Mitacs Innovation Award:
New approach to Ebola, SARS leads to research award - Toronto Star
Mississauga researcher’s path-breaking work opens up many possibilities - Brampton Guardian
Charlie Boone, Brenda Andrews and Fritz Roth tell us where in the genome to look for "good" mutations which might overcome those that cause disease:
Mutation vs. Mutation - The Scientist
Why Some Genetic Miscues Are Helpful - Quanta Magazine
Wiedergutmachende Fehler im Erbgut können Krankheiten verhindern - Austrian Press Agency
Bad genes aren’t always bad news say U of T researchers - U of T News
Frederick (Fritz) Roth is on team awarded $75M to find cures for heart disease:
Brenda Andrews and Charlie Boone's team unveal the first global map of genetic interactions which begins to explain how genes behave in groups:
Giant Genetic Map Shows Life’s Hidden Links - Quanta Magazine
Five Ways Yeast Will Help Save Lives - Discover Magazine
It Took 15 Years to Map Every Gene Interaction in a Yeast Cell - Motherboard|VICE
Landmark Map Reveals the Genetic Wiring of Cellular Life - U of T News
Cindi Morshead features in the article on unregulated stem cell treatments:
Be wary of clinics offering stem-cell treatment - The Globe and Mail
Molly Shoichet explains what's holding stem cell therapy back:
Phillip Kim develops innovative way to design highly-effective protein-based drugs:
Paving the way to efficient and effective drug design - The Varsity
Donnelly director Brenda Andrews weighs in on the federal science funding reforms:
Pushback from scientists forces overhaul of funding system in Canada - The Globe and Mail
Jason Moffat on the potential of gene editing in treating cancer:
Molly Shoichet discovers a potentially quicker way to deliver drugs to where they are needed in the body:
Ben Blencowe's team develops a tool for studying the role of non-coding RNAs:
Brendan Frey's start up Deep Genomics gets featured internationally:
Centre for Commercialization of Antibiodies and Biologics (CCAB), led by Dev Sidhu, partners up with ImmunoBiochem Corp to advance new antibody-based drugs - PR Newswire
Fritz Roth's study on using yeast to hunt for damaging mutations in humans was featured in:
Yeast Against the Machine: How Yeast Could Improve Diagnosis - U of T Medicine News
Yeast Can Do a Lot More Than Make Beer – They Can Tell Us Which of Our Genes Cause Disease - American Council on Science and Health
Gary Bader featured as part of the Stand Up to Cancer Canada's "Dream Team":
Henry Krause's drug-discovery pipeline using genetically engineered fish featured on FairChildTV (in Chinese)
Brendan Frey in People Behind the Science Podcast: Diving Deep into Machine Learning to Read the Human Genome and Understand the Effects of Mutations.
Warren Chan's lab designed shapeshifting nanonaparticles for targetted drig delivery to cancer cells.
Shape-shifting cancer – The Varsity
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau backs commercialization of regenerative medicine led by Peter Zandstra
Justin Trudeau announces funding for stem cell research - Canada Press video
Donnelly Director Dr. Brenda Andrews appointed Companion of the Order of Canada
2015 Order of Canada appointments - The Globe and Mail
Jason Moffat's team used genome editing to find the genes cancers depend on, revealing promising treatment strategies. As featured in:
Now That We Can Edit Cancer's Genes, We Can Make Better Drugs - VICE Motherboard
Scientists map genes essential for cancer to survive - Medical News Today
Molly Shoichet discussing research and Research2Reality on Sirius/XM radio - SIRIUS Satellite Radio
Molly Shoichet on the power of interdisciplinary research - Korean broadcaster EBS
Chris Yip's collaboration with David Sinton (Engineering) helps discover new sperm motion that could improve fertility tratments:
Sperm show U of T researchers a new trick: slithering - The Toronto Star
Scientists See Sperm Slithering For The First Time - Popular Science
Henry Krause's see-through fish offer clear advantage to drug researchers - The Toronto Star
Molly Shoichet talks about her research at TEDxToronto:
Dev Sidhu's Centre for Commercialization of Antibodies and Biologics partners up with biotech giant Celgene to develop cancer therapies
Ben Blencowe's research on evolution of the mammalian brain featured in:
PTBP1: The protein that made us the smartest animals on Earth - International Business Times
Federal government announced historic $114 M grant for Medicine by Design - a project that aims to establish the University of Toronto as a leading centre for regenerative medicine.
Researchers hope $114-million grant will make Toronto a hub for stem cell research - The Globe and Mail
Regenerating the Body - U of T Magazine
Behind the Scenes with Molly Shoichet and Peter Zandstra - Engineering News
Brendan Frey launches a start-up, Deep Genomics, to use machine deep-learning to spot disease-causing genes from genomic data.
Toronto startup aims to shake up genome sequencing market - The Globe and Mail
Meet Deep Genomics, a start-up bringing the power of deep learning to genomics - The Washington Post
This Startup Says AI Can Predict the Effects of Gene Editing - VICE Motherboard
Genetic Background May Determine Disease Severity in Cystic Fibrosis - Cystic Fibrosis News Today
Why Bad Genes Don’t Always Lead to Bad Diseases - U of T News
Dev Sidhu on CBC The National on the cost of antibody-based drug development.
Cancer cures are being found one at a time - Andy Fraser in Toronto Star.
Andrews, Boone and Moffat labs uncover how proteins move around in cells, featured in:
U of T scientists release first comprehensive protein map of a cell - The Globe and Mail
New Map Uncovers the Traffic of Life in a Cell - Medicine News
Igor Stagljar named U of T Inventor of the Year - U of T Research and Innovation
Shoichet, Morshead and van der Kooy's work featured as:
Injectable gel makes inroads against blindness and stroke - The Globe and Mail
Don't put too much faith in home-based gene testing - Fritz Roth in Toronto Star.
Molly Shoichet awarded the L'Oreal/Unesco For Women in Science Award:
U of T biomedical engineer wins women in science prize - The Globe and Mail
Gary Bader's research featured as
A handheld device that can read your DNA - Toronto Star
Amy Caudy profiled in In conversation with Dr. Amy Caudy - The Varsity
Aaron Wheeler awarded NSERC Steacie Memorial Fellowship - U of T News
Ben Blencowe's research on snippets of genes featured as:
Brendan Frey's deep-learning computer system covered in:
Unlocking DNA secrets with a Canadian genome search engine - The Globe and Mail
Machine Intelligence Cracks Genetic Controls - Wired Magazine
The Dark Corners of Our DNA Hold Clues about Disease - Scientific American
Dev Sidhu and Jason Moffat's exciting new venture partnership covered as War chest of discoveries seeds Toronto’s Northern Biologics - The Globe and Mail
The next big fronteer in genetics - Brenda Andrews in EGDE's Connaught issue
Dev Sidhu launches the Centre for the Commercialization of Antibodies and Biologics
New Centre Will Deliver New Treatments for Cancer Patients - Medicine News
This is Where We’ll Find Cures Today’s Doctors Can’t Even Imagine - U of T Medicine Magazine
Fritz Roth and team are writing the Genetic Instruction Manual - Medicine News
Protein Project Could Help Expose Cancer’s Causes - Scientific Amercian
Illuminating the Interactome - The Scientist
Michael Sefton is named a Member of the Institute of Medicine (IOM) of the National Academies, one of the highest honors in health and medicine
Knowledge Exchange - The Donnelly Centre, the Department of Molecular Genetics and SickKids celebrate international collaboration with the Shanghai Institute of Biochemistry and Cell Biology - Medicine News
Peter Zandstra named Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada - U of T Engineering News
Peter Zandstra's collaborative work on cord blood expansion featured in CTV News.
Amy Caudy and Adam Rosebrock announce collaboration with Agilent Technologies to develop gold-standard methods for metabolomics.
Molly Shoichet Receives TERMIS Senior Scientist Award from the Tissue Engineering International and Regenerative Medicine Society Americas - Chemical Engineering and Applied Chemistry News
Gary Bader listed by Thomson Reuters among highly cited researchers in the world:
Highly cited researchers - Thomson Reuters
Examining Canada’s scientific footprint - The Globe and Mail
Meet U of T scholars on Reuters list- U of T News
Aaron Wheeler: Algae-on-a-chip - Chemistry World
The Wheeler lab wins the McLean Award for its work in microfluidics - U of T Research and Innovation
Derek van der Kooy's research featured as Seeing the Possibilities in Stem Cells - Medicine News
Brenda Andrews receives $1 million to lead a project called "Connaught Network for Modeling and Mapping Complex Disease: addressing the global challenge to understand our personal genomes - U of T News
Molly Shoichet is granted the prestigious and distinguished rank of University Professor
Gary Bader contributed to "A draft Map of the Human Proteome" published in Nature.
First drafts for human proteome catalogues - BBC News
CCRM Sits Down With... Molly Shoichet: Perspective on discovery and commercialization of new therapies and tools in regenerative medicine (video)
Glowing Nanoparticles Make Mice Light Up - Warren Chan's research on Good Morning America
The Nano Revolution: More than Human - Warren Chan's research featured on CBC's Nature of Things
Stiffness: a new piece of the breast cancer puzzle - U of T News on Penney Gilbert's research.
Charlie Boone is awarded the Edward Novitzki Prize, from the Genetics Society of Amercia, which recognizes an extraordinary level of creativity and intellectual ingenuity in solving significant problems in genetics research.
DNA-built nanoparticles safely target cancer tumours - Warren Chan's research in U of T News
Nano-superstructures may bring safer chemo - ABC Science
"How do you control the erratic behavior of a stem cell?" Peter Zandstra reveals his secret recipe for producing stem cells and what therapies lie on the horizon (listen to a 5 minute clip). Listen to the whole podcast.
Cindi Morshead collaborates to identify link between pregnant mother's health and baby's brain development - The Globe and Mail
Gary Bader's research is highlighted in a Nature Genetis focus on Pan Cancer Analysis
"Recipes in our Genomes" - Brendan Frey at TEDexToronto
An interview with Peter Zandstra: "The Bioprocessing of stem cells: how to reach the clinic" - Future Medicine
Two new collaborative projects funded by CDQM and OCE, enhancing innovation across Quebec-Ontario boundaries. Also see InDanio Bioscience Inc. founded by Henry Krause.
Professor Benjamin Blencowe apointed Banbury Chair in Medical Research - U of T Magazine
Professor Molly Shoichet named U of T Inventor of the Year.
Professor Brenda Andrews is the recipient of the JJ Berry Smith Doctoral Supervision Award for 2013.
Brudno and Bader awarded $1 million for computational biology research as featured in Decoding of deluge in data - U of T News
Prime Minister of France visits the Donnelly Centre - U of T News
Aaron Wheeler contributed to a cell culture podcast for BioTechniques (run time 1.04.10)
Adam Rosebrock awarded Connaught Innovation Award - U of T News
Igor Stagljar profiled in Croatian-born molecular biologist works hard and plays hard in Canada - Canadian Immigrant
Dev Sidhu, Peter Zandstra and Aaron Wheeler selected as 2012 Inventors of the Year - U of T Research and Innovation
Amy Caudy and Philip Kim receive Early Researcher Awards - U of T News
Dev Sidhu starts company to make a new class of mirror-image molecules - U of T Research and Innovation
Terrence Donnelly profiled in Joy of giving drives health legacy - Toronto Star
Ben Blencowe and Brendan Frey crack the splicing code - Toronto Star
Donnelly Professor Will Ryu in Science magazine: How does a worm wiggle?