2013 MATS SUNDIN FELLOWS NAMED
Former Toronto Maple Leafs captain and National Hockey League superstar Mats Sundin worked with other donors to help start the fellowship, which provides advanced postdoctoral training in human development. One candidate from each university will complete up to two years of postdoctoral research at the other’s institution. Read full story posted on U of T News. Faculty of Medicine Announcement
Photo: Mats Sundin with Fellows Sophie Petropoulos (L) & Jessica Weidner (R).
(From left to right) Dr. Ola Hermanson (KI), Professor Stephen Lye (Executive Director of the IHD), Sophie Petropoulos, Jessica Weidner, Mats Sundin, Professor Stephen Matthews and Kenneth Macartney (Canadian Ambassador to Sweden).
Photos courtesy the Canadian Embassy in Sweden. Posted Friday, August 23, 2013
THE MATS SUNDIN FELLOWSHIP IN DEVELOPMENTAL HEALTH
We are delighted to announce the launch of the Mats Sundin Fellowships in Developmental Health. The elite and highly prestigious Mats Sundin Fellowship will identify two outstanding individuals to undertake advanced postdoctoral training; one at the KI (Stockholm) and one at the U of T. Each Sundin Fellow will be supervised by a world-leading researcher in human development at either the KI or the U of T. For example, a Canadian trainee will, as a Mats Sundin Fellow, be engaged in research for up to 2 years located at the KI. Details of the award and Application Guidelines are attached.
Posted Friday, February 10, 2012