GRADUATE & LIFE SCIENCES EDUCATION

Message from the Vice Dean

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Allan S. Kaplan MSc MD FRCP(C)
Vice Dean, Graduate and Academic Affairs

I would like to take this opportunity to share with you some of the strategic priorities for GLSE that my colleagues and I will continue to work on over the next year.   These priorities stemmed in part from the recommendations that resulted from the former Dean’s Task Force on Innovation and Transformation in Graduate Education, which provided us with a template for the future growth and development of GLSE in the Faculty of Medicine.  

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