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Ahlia Khan-Trottier, PhD
Director.
Welcome to the Division of Teaching Laboratories (DTL) in the Faculty of Medicine! DTL's primary function is to provide laboratory space, technical support and expertise to the academic faculty in delivering undergraduate laboratory courses. We work with various departments in the Faculty of Medicine, as well as several other faculties including Arts and Science, Biomedical Engineering, Dentistry, Pharmacy, Physical Education and Health, and Rehab Medicine. DTL is committed to enhancing the laboratory educational experience of our undergraduate students.
Together with the faculty, we strive to expose students to a wide variety of experimental techniques, from the most basic and classic laboratory skills to modern advanced technologies. As the world of research moves at an ever faster pace, we are continually updating our services to provide new state-of-the-art equipment and facilities to provide our future researchers and clinicians with the most current and relevant training.

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Students regarding laboratory activities in the following courses: PSL 372H from 2005 until 2011 and the Youth Summer Program YSP) from 2008 until 2011
DTL is pleased to announce that Dr. Ahlia Khan-Trottier has been selected to replace Dr. Chris Perumalla as the new director of The Division of Teaching Laboratories.
Dr. Allan Kaplan, Vice Dean, Graduate and Academic Affairs, Faculty of Medicine made the announcement on July 13 2016.
Congratulations to the 2015-2016 Student Award Winners
The Division of Teaching Laboratories are proud to present the 2015-16 DTL Student Award Winners recognizing one student from each of several basic life sciences courses with outstanding achievement..
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Every summer, high school students from across North America and around the world, are invited to get an exclusive glimpse into the world of medicine and medical research by participating in Faculty of Medicine's Youth Summer Program (MED YSP) at Canada’s most prestigious medical school! Click here for more, or to register click here
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Janet Katz
(416) 978-8720
(416) 978-6168 (fax)
janet.katz@utoronto.ca
Medical Sciences Building, Room 3371
1 King's College Circle, M5S 1A8
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