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Alejandro Adem

Opinion | BY ALEJANDRO ADEM | November 25, 2021
At a time when we are preparing to build back better, our most important investment should be to ensure the economic success of future generations of leaders both within and beyond the academic enterprise. We all recognize that the work these young colleagues do is vital for the future of Canada, writes Alejandro Adem. Image courtesy of Pixabay
Opinion | BY ALEJANDRO ADEM | November 25, 2021
Opinion | BY ALEJANDRO ADEM | November 25, 2021
At a time when we are preparing to build back better, our most important investment should be to ensure the economic success of future generations of leaders both within and beyond the academic enterprise. We all recognize that the work these young colleagues do is vital for the future of Canada, writes Alejandro Adem. Image courtesy of Pixabay
Opinion | BY ALEJANDRO ADEM | February 17, 2021
In a crisis year when science and systemic racism were such top-of-mind concerns, it hardly seems necessary to reiterate the critical importance of creating a broadly based, inclusive society. Yet those of us working in the research world must continue to reflect on how our own institutions and practices can be part of the solution, writes Alejandro Adem. Photograph courtesy of Mike Chai/Pexels
Opinion | BY ALEJANDRO ADEM | February 17, 2021
Opinion | BY ALEJANDRO ADEM | February 17, 2021
In a crisis year when science and systemic racism were such top-of-mind concerns, it hardly seems necessary to reiterate the critical importance of creating a broadly based, inclusive society. Yet those of us working in the research world must continue to reflect on how our own institutions and practices can be part of the solution, writes Alejandro Adem. Photograph courtesy of Mike Chai/Pexels
Opinion | BY ALEJANDRO ADEM | November 16, 2020
University of Toronto's Professor Shoichet and her team have been immersed in the area of stem-cell transplants. Their work is geared at helping stroke victims and people with spinal cord injuries recover vision or movement.  Photograph courtesy of Wikimedia Commons
Opinion | BY ALEJANDRO ADEM | November 16, 2020
Opinion | BY ALEJANDRO ADEM | November 16, 2020
University of Toronto's Professor Shoichet and her team have been immersed in the area of stem-cell transplants. Their work is geared at helping stroke victims and people with spinal cord injuries recover vision or movement.  Photograph courtesy of Wikimedia Commons
Opinion | BY ALEJANDRO ADEM | March 30, 2020
With chief science adviser Mona Nemer’s mandate to provide advice on issues related to science and government policies including advising on ways to ensure that scientific evidence supports policy decisions, The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY ALEJANDRO ADEM | March 30, 2020
Opinion | BY ALEJANDRO ADEM | March 30, 2020
With chief science adviser Mona Nemer’s mandate to provide advice on issues related to science and government policies including advising on ways to ensure that scientific evidence supports policy decisions, The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY ALEJANDRO ADEM | February 7, 2019
Canada’s policy goals should reflect the opportunities that come from overseas internships and learning opportunities, says Mitacs’s Alejandro Adem. Photograph courtesy of Daria Shevtsova/Pexels
Opinion | BY ALEJANDRO ADEM | February 7, 2019
Opinion | BY ALEJANDRO ADEM | February 7, 2019
Canada’s policy goals should reflect the opportunities that come from overseas internships and learning opportunities, says Mitacs’s Alejandro Adem. Photograph courtesy of Daria Shevtsova/Pexels