About the Website
What is new?
We have a brand-new website as of December 2021! We moved to the layout of the Temerty Faculty of Medicine, and gave the structure of the website an overhaul.
The main change we implemented is the navigation. Information is now a mere click away, with an accessible top navigation panel and side navigation lists. We merged information for prospective students with other program information, added more cross-links, and visual elements to highlight content.
Furthermore, we added new content and features:
- Our faculty overview contains research keywords, and we now also have a searchable faculty directory. Interested students can search the keywords to filter our more than 100 faculty members.
- Our undergrad course catalogue can be filtered.
- Our Public Events page will invite guests to our seminars and guest lectures.
- There is a new page for postdocs.
- We gave the Career Development Resources a face-lift, and created a new Health and Wellness section.
- The MoGen retreat is featured more prominently.
- The newsletter page is new, and events and news are featured throughout the website.
- The website has an integrated search function (magnifying glass in the top right corner)
- Try navigating our website on a phone and tablet!
Ideas and suggestions?
- Do you have suggestions for improvements of the website? Do you have ideas for content (a new, exciting publication from your lab? An innovation in one of your courses)? Let us know!
Acknowledgements to website contributors
- 2021 Website Committee: Martina Steiner (chair), Soha Usmani (writer and content creator), Lori Frappier, William Navarre, Barb Funnell, Katrina Soh, Abhishek Atre, Kwame Diko, Dianne Wells and Sean Millar (GSA representative)
- WebPac team: Ishita Luther, Roberta Brown
- Most photographs on the website were taken by MoGen professor Dr. Julie Claycomb. Julie, you have an excellent eye and great skill. Thank you for your work!
- Content creators of the original website: The website has grown over many years, with many hands involved. Thank you so much for all this work over the years.
- Thank you to many others for your input and your feedback!