File photo: A scientist works in a lab. Bernard Gospic/THE VARSITY

ANTIFIBROTIC FACTORS: THE BRIGHT SIDE IN TISSUE REPAIR 

Richard Gilbert, U of T medicine professor and co-founder of Fibrotech, a biotechnology company will present new developments in antifibrotic therapies.

Monday, March 28 

11:20–12:30pm

FitzGerald Building 

150 College Street 

Rm237 

Admission: Free 


BIOETHICS SEMINAR — PATIENT AUTONOMY AND MATURE MINORS

The Joint Center for Bioethics welcomes Andrew Franklin-Hall, assistant professor at the U of T philosophy department. He will be presenting on consent and the competency of minors in making medical decisions independently.

Wednesday, March 30

4:00–5:30pm 

Health Sciences Building

155 College Street 

Rm106 

Admission: Free 


FREE INTRO: WEB DESIGN USING HTML & CSS, TORONTO 

Lemonade School is offering an introductory class on HTML fundamentals and CSS style. You’ll need a laptop with a text editor if you would like to participate in coding. The organizers recommend Sublime Text3.

Wednesday, March 30

6:30–8:30pm

Daniels Spectrum Building 

585 Dundas Street East

Third Floor 

Admission: Free with registration 


REDESIGNING CARE PROCESSES TO MANAGE COMPLEX SENIORS: EXPERIENCES IN PRIMARY AND LONG-TERM CARE 

U of T welcomes Dr. George A. Heckman, associate professor in the Faculty of Applied Health Sciences at the University of Waterloo, to give a talk about long-term care for elderly suffering from chronic disease.

Thursday, March 31 

12:00–1:00 pm 

Institute for Life Course and Aging 

263 McCaul Street 

Third Floor 

Contact event organizers to register

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