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Graduate student Diana Topolnitska in her lab.

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Rady grad student profile: Diana Topolnitska’s love of science inspires her cancer research

July 31, 2023 — 
UM Today sat down with Topolnitska  to talk about her pathway to a PhD program and what motivates her to conduct immuno-oncology research.

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A female student working in a laboratory.

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Rady grad student profile: Helgi Kuzmychova studies glioblastoma and its resistance to therapies

July 26, 2023 — 
Helgi Kuzmychova has always been fascinated by molecular biology, particularly with how it relates to cancer research.

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Dr. Olubukola-Olatosi sits on a small couch. Behind her is a sign that reads "tooth paste." The two "o's" in tooth form eyes and there are eyebrows above them and a mouth below. A smiling plush tooth with one tooth is also behind her.

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Rady grad student profile: Dr. Olubukola Olatosi passionate about early childhood oral health

July 24, 2023 — 
Dr. Olubukola Olatosi’s PhD research combines her passion for pediatric dentistry with public health.

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Md Mahamudul Haque wears a lab coat in a research lab. He inspects a petri dish.

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Rady grad student profile: Md Mahamudul Haque investigating new ways to combat bacterium

July 17, 2023 — 
Md Mahamudul Haque is in a battle with a pathogenic microbe.

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Six people sit around a meeting-room table.

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Grad students learn about environmental impact of health systems

June 30, 2023 — 
Attending the Summer Institute on Sustainable Health Systems opened Mackenzie Alexiuk’s eyes to how the delivery of health care impacts the environment.

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Seyed Mojtaba Hosseini pointing to his research poster

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Grad students recognized at UM student health research forum

June 28, 2023 — 
Over 130 graduate students from across the province, and representing a variety of health disciplines, presented their research in this year’s poster competition at the Manitoba Student Health Research Forum (MSHRF) as part of the three-day event at the Rady Faculty of Health Sciences. “This event is all about the grad students. It provides opportunity for them to present their research, refine their communication skills and be recognized for their achievements through the large suite of awards,” said Dr. Samantha Pauls, assistant professor at the College of Pharmacy and co-chair of the MSHRF.

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