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Ontario's First Chief Scientist
Congratulation to Molly Shoichet! On Friday November 17, 2017, Molly Shoichet is named Ontario's first Chief Scientist.
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Maclean's Magazine
In the Dec 7, 2017 issue of Maclean's, Dr. Deepa Kundur highlights many examples of how female engineers have paved the way in making significant advances in engineering, and to change the gender gap. Included in Dr. Kundur's examples is Dr. Molly Shoichet who has recently been appointed Ontario's first Chief Scientist.

Solar Eclipse
On Monday August 21, 2017, much of North America could witness the partial solar eclipse. It began just after 1:00pm. By about 2:30pm, we could witness about two-thirds of the sun covered up. The Shoichet group joined many other labs around King's College Circle, University of Toronto, to view the eclipse. Special thanks to Mike Cooke for the collage of eclipse that he made. The next total solar eclipse won't be until 2024.
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CTV News
A Killam Prize winner's top 5 ideas for getting more women in STEM.

Medicine by Design
Multidisciplinary research teams target blindness and stroke damage using regenerative medicine.

The Times of Israel
Molly Shoichet sits down with Dana Wachter, where she talks about how her passion in science and her love of asking questions, has helped to fuel her career and her success. Her drive to succeed was further enhanced through the encouragement and support from her family, teachers, mentors and role models. She brings this similar strength in her students, and at the same time, to also encourage their creativity. Together, in her lab, researchers work to reverse degenerative disease - and gender discrimination.

Canada Council for the Arts
Molly Shoichet is one of the five recipients of this year's Killam Prizes! The Killam Prize is one of Canada's most prestigious research awards. Photo credit to Sgt Johanie Maheu, Rideau Hall © OSGG, 2017.
• 2017 Killam Prize Photos

Molly Shoichet's receipt of the Killam Prize has garnered a lot of media attention.

Ideas with Paul Kennedy, CBC Radio
(Molly's interview with Paul Kennedy starts at 13.48 and ends at 23 min)

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Quirks & Quarks, CBC Radio

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University of Toronto
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Chemical Institute of Canada
Molly Shoichet celebrates with Grant Allen, Chair of Chemical Engineering & Applied Chemistry, and Rob Batey, Chair of Chemistry, after winning the Kavel Pugi award from the Chemical Institute of Canada
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The Great Hope: Biomaterial Methods for Spinal Cord Injury Treatment
In our Advanced Healthcare Materials paper, we critically evaluate combination strategies that use biomaterials to deliver drugs and/or cells to promote recovery following spinal cord injury.
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Feature of the Month

• Congratulations to Nick Mitrousis on winning the Blue Rock Best Translational Research Poster Award at the Medicine by Design 2017 Symposium. MORE

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Recent Publications

Hettiaratchi MH; Führmann T; Shoichet MS. 2017 "Recent Advances in Regenerative Medicine Approaches for Spinal Cord Injuries", Current Opinion in Biomedical Engineering (invited review), 4: 40-49; doi: 10.1016/j.cobme.2017.08.002
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Ganesh AN; Logie J; McLaughlin CK; Barthel BL; Koch T; Shoichet BK; Shoichet MS. 2017 "Leveraging colloidal aggregation for drug-rich nanoparticle formulations", Molecular Pharmaceutics, 14: 1852-60; doi: 10.1021/acs.molpharmaceut.6b01015
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Logie J; Ganesh AN; Aman AM; Al-awar RS; Shoichet MS. 2017 "Preclinical evaluation of taxane-binding peptide-modified polymeric micelles loaded with docetaxel in an orthotopic breast cancer mouse model", Biomaterials, 123: 39-47; doi: 10.1016/j.biomaterials.2017.01.026
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Fisher SA; Baker AEG; Shoichet MS. 2017 "Designing peptide and protein modified hydrogels: selecting the optimal conjugation strategy", Journal of the American Chemical Society (Invited Perspective), 139: 7416-27; doi: 10.1021/jacs.7b00513
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