The Magazine for the University of Toronto Department of Immunology
Author: Sintia Teichman
Sintia is a PhD student at The University of Toronto studying targeted immunosuppressive strategies for organ transplant rejection. In her spare time she enjoys reading, traveling, experimenting in the kitchen, and spends more time than she should with her head in the clouds.
[caption id="attachment_2779" align="alignright" width="300"] Image credit: Unsplash.[/caption] As a child, I spent much of my time hiding behind a book until one day my parents, increasingly despondent at my penchant...
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