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HEALTH CARE, TECHNOLOGY, AND PLACE is a strategic research and training initiative based at the University of Toronto. HCTP is funded by the Institute of Health Services and Policy Research at the Canadian Institutes of Health Research.


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HCTP Fellows

We welcome the Fellows for 2014-2015!

Name Department/Faculty Institution
PhD
Tavis Apramian Schulich School of Medicine and Dentistry Western Univ
Marina Bastawrous* Rehabilitation Science Univ of Toronto
Celine Cressman* Inst of Health Policy, Management & Evaluation Univ of Toronto
Julia Gruson-Wood Science & Technology York Univ
Rachel Victoria Herron Geography Queen's Univ
Tuck-Voon How* Inst of Biomaterials & Biomedical Engineering Univ of Toronto
Tizneem Jiancaro* Rehab Science & Inst of Biomat & Biomed Eng Univ of Toronto
Margot McMain-Klein* Rehabilitation Science Univ of Toronto
Daniel Nagel Faculty of Health Sciences Univ of Ottawa
Farzan Sasangohar* Mechanical & Industrial Engineering Univ of Toronto
Nelson Shen* Inst of Health Policy, Management & Evaluation Univ of Toronto
Lesley Ann Tarasoff* Dalla Lana School of Public Health Univ of Toronto
Tiffany Tong* Mechanical & Industrial Engineering Univ of Toronto
Daniel Vena* Inst of Biomaterials & Biomedical Engineering Univ of Toronto
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Adrian Guta English Language & Literature Carleton Univ
Emily Nalder Rotman Research Institute Baycrest Hospital
Natalie Waldbrook Geography York Univ
PhD Collaborative Program
Naazish Bashir Inst of Health Policy, Management & Evaluation Univ of Toronto
Vicki Komisar Inst of Biomaterials & Biomedical Engineering Univ of Toronto
Ying Ling Lin Inst of Biomaterials & Biomedical Engineering Univ of Toronto
Juliana Yi Inst of Health Policy, Management & Evaluation Univ of Toronto
Rossini Ying Kwan Yue Inst of Health Policy, Management & Evaluation Univ of Toronto
 *also enrolled in the HCTP Doctoral Collaborative Program

Events

Seminar: September 17 - Daniel Nagel & Catherine Schryer
3-4:30 p.m. HSB 412, 155 College Street
Registration not required.

HCTP Seminar Series 2013-2014: The seminar webcasts are posted online. Please check the Seminar Search Page to view the presentations.

Research & Social Media Workshop: Slides and webcast are available online. You can download the slides and view the presentations here.


Please check the HCTP Academic Calendar for the 2013-2014 HCTP activities.


(Last Update: August 25, 2014)

 

 
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