The Biology Student Association (BioSA) represents all students in Biological Sciences programs at University of Toronto Scarborough.
Science Research Panel
In collaboration with the Co-op Students’ Association (CSA), Psychology and Neuroscience Students’ Association (PNDA) and Chemistry Students’ Society (CSU), BioSA with be hosting a Science Research Panel. To know more about the event, click here
Personal Hygiene Drive
BioSA and Hygiene on Wheels are collaborating together to help those in need. To find out more on the Personal Hygiene Drive and how you can get involved, click here
Subject POST Panel
BioSA will be hosting a panel on subject posts. This is a great opportunity to find out more about the biology programs at the University of Toronto Scarborough. To find out more, click here
Interested in becoming a part of the BioSA executive team? Now you can! BioSA will be having their annual elections on April 9, 2018. To find out more and download the application form, click here
Volunteer at University Health Network
BioSA will be holding a Volunteer at UHN information session. To find out more, click here
BIOA02 Review Session
A review session for BIOA02 will be happening on March 14, 2018. For more information, click here
MCAT and Medical Symposium
In collaboration with The Princeton Review, BioSA will be hosting a Medical Symposium. For more information, click here
Toronto General Hospital Volunteer Opportunity
Volunteer Opportunity with Research team at Toronto General Hospital for Summer 2018 is now accepting applications. Training might start in March and April, actual volunteer work will be starting around the end of April. is now accepting applications. (Under the department of medicine, focus on research related to GI and nutrition). Please only apply if you fit the following requirements: more than one full day of availability on Monday, Tuesday or Friday and able to work as early as 7am; have strong medical or scientific backgrounds; ability to handle biological materials; have excellent communication skills and able to commit for at least 6 months with the team; previous experiences working in hospital or in research preferred.
Please send your resume, cover letter, and transcript as well as any other supplementary documents (or questions) to Carrie.email@example.com. Candidate preference will be given to current volunteers at University Health Network and students who can commit throughout next school year.