The Magazine for the University of Toronto Department of Immunology
Author: Lindsay Cho
Lindsay Cho is a MSc student in the Department of Immunology studying the role of endogenous danger signals in the pathogenesis of autoimmune diseases. Outside of grad school, she enjoys playing the violin and watching movies.
Cleanliness is overrated In 1989, British epidemiologist David P. Strachan reported a relationship between decreasing family size and increasing incidence of allergies in industrialized countries, suggesting that early exposure to...
VR has already changed the world in every way, from medical training to how we view entertainment. As education moves online with the pandemic, how will VR change the classroom? Click the link below to find out! 🕹
One of few positive outcomes from this pandemic was the advent of mRNA vaccines. And with a rise in funding for this research, scientists can continue to improve this technology. Check out this article by @pu_annie to learn everything you need to know!
Have you ever stopped to consider the obstacles and barriers faced by LGBTQ+ scientists? Take a minute to walk in someone else’s shoes, and read this insightful new article by Anthony Wong!