Dr. Nardin Samuel is a medical resident at the University of Toronto in neurosurgery, a field she says is fascinating and rapidly evolving. In this Q&A, Samuel discusses the misconceptions regarding the specialty, what she likes about neurosurgery and how she would advise medical students choosing a specialty.
Mar 4 / 2020
As one of the oldest remaining traditions on campus at the University of Toronto, Daffydil is a medical student organized theatrical production that has taken place annually for more than 100 years.The production draws on the creative talents of over 70 medical students to act, direct, script-write, compose, choregraph and more to pull the show together and doubles as a fundraiser for cancer research, as all proceeds of Daffydil are donated to the Canadian Cancer Society.
Feb 19 / 2020
It’s Black History Month and we’re celebrating all the incredible Black researchers, students, faculty and staff at U of T Medicine. From aerospace medicine to local activism and advocacy, our people are making extraordinary contributions to health care, science and their communities. They spoke to writer Julia Soudat about what they’re working on and what drives their work.
Feb 10 / 2020
About 6,000 medical students a year use the Canadian Resident Matching Service (CaRMS) to find postgraduate medical training programs. As one might expect, countless sites online offer information about CaRMS, and some of it is inaccurate. To help students find the best information, Dr. Laila Premji has created a list of common misconceptions about CaRMS and provided helpful insights into the process.
Feb 6 / 2020