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UpCOMING EVENTS


Coffee Talk - How to Select a Graduate Committee?

We’re be kicking off series of Coffee Talks hosted by Dr. Jen Gommerman, our Associate Chair of Graduate Studies, this Nov. 12th in BIMMstro!

Our first talk will be on How to Select a Graduate Committee and is a great opportunity for our first-year students who still need to select a committee or may be confused with the process to ask questions. Senior grad students are also invited to drop by and share their own personal experiences and give advice to our fledgling immunologists.

This is a casual event and coffee/tea and biscuits will be served.

Date: Monday, November 12th from 4:00pm-5:00pm (after Recent Advances)

Location: BIMMstro - 7th floor of MSB

If you have any questions or suggestions, please email Anthony: anthonymh.wong@mail.utoronto.ca.

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UpCOMING EVENTS


Coffee Talk - How to Select a Graduate Committee?

We’re be kicking off series of Coffee Talks hosted by Dr. Jen Gommerman, our Associate Chair of Graduate Studies, this Nov. 12th in BIMMstro!

Our first talk will be on How to Select a Graduate Committee and is a great opportunity for our first-year students who still need to select a committee or may be confused with the process to ask questions. Senior grad students are also invited to drop by and share their own personal experiences and give advice to our fledgling immunologists.

This is a casual event and coffee/tea and biscuits will be served.

Date: Monday, November 12th from 4:00pm-5:00pm (after Recent Advances)

Location: BIMMstro - 7th floor of MSB

If you have any questions or suggestions, please email Anthony: anthonymh.wong@mail.utoronto.ca.

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WHat is IGSA?


The Immunology Graduate Students Association (IGSA) at the University of Toronto is a student-run organization within the Department of Immunology that has one goal: to enhance your graduate school experience.

WHat is IGSA?


The Immunology Graduate Students Association (IGSA) at the University of Toronto is a student-run organization within the Department of Immunology that has one goal: to enhance your graduate school experience.

IGSA

University of Toronto

The Immunology Graduate Students Association (IGSA) is a student-run organization within the Department of Immunology that has one goal: to enhance your graduate school experience. Through social events, intramural sports, the annual departmental holiday party, and retreat, we aim to make your graduate school career memorable and, more importantly, fun! The association is composed of individuals who represent the graduate students in the department in various university organizations such as CUPE and the GSU. Others serve to organize Let's Talk Science events, Blackboard Immunology, and Easton Meet the Speaker lunches. The executive members attempt to bridge the physical distance between labs within the department and provide sometimes much needed advice regarding student life-related issues to incoming and current students.

Co-Presidents

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Lisa Hung

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Tao Chan

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more about us


From regular pub nights to our summer and holiday retreats we are constantly in the process of organizing that next great community fostering event. Get the latest details on what's upcoming here.

more about us


From regular pub nights to our summer and holiday retreats we are constantly in the process of organizing that next great community fostering event. Get the latest details on what's upcoming here.

The Immunology Graduate Students Association (IGSA) at the University of Toronto is a student-run organization  within the Department of Immunology that has one goal: to enhance your graduate school experience.

 

The site is currently under construction, links and information may be missing, but we hope to have it fully functional soon.

Our original website can still be found at igsa.sa.utoronto.ca

 

While your here be sure to check out some of our partner sites:

IMMPress Magazine

Immunology Department