How to get Involved?
There are many ways to get involved. Graduate students and postdocs can support our endeavours by attending our social events, volunteering or donating to our philanthropic events and by joining the PGSA. The PGSA holds elections in the summer. Announcements are sent to all graduate students via e-mail prior to the election dates with more precise details.
How to contact us?
If you have any questions about the PGSA or about the graduate Pharmacology & Toxicology program at the University of Toronto, feel free to reach out!
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The purpose of the Graduate Supervisory Experience Survey is to explore the supervisory experience of our research stream graduate students. The results will help ensure the best educational experience for our graduate students. Link: https://t.co/8Th7uLN65CRead More
TODAY AT 6PM ON ZOOM! We are excited to welcome Dr.Alex Cressman to join us as part of our Alumni Talk series and discuss his career path in medicine. Feel free to bring questions for our guest!Read More
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Be sure to check out our next discussion in the PharmTalks series happening TODAY AT 1PM on discord! We will be talking about how our lives have been impacted by the past year of COVID closures.Read More
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Join us on Tuesday March 2nd 7 - 8:30PM for a round of general knowledge trivia, including an audio Guess-the-Song section. Prizes will be awarded to the winners! Registration form and Zoom links in email!Read More
PGSA is proud to present our newest initiative - PharmTalks. PharmTalks are monthly hangouts to gather, socialize, and discuss graduate school matters faced by students and young professionals. The first session will highlighting Imposter Syndrome on Feb 26th 12 - 1PM via Zoom https://t.co/Sb5RWzxMVWRead More