Founded in 2016 at the University of Toronto, GSGGB - The Global Society for Genetics and Genome Biology, is an international organization that strives to advance scientific research towards better treatments and cures for genetic disorders. We aim to accomplish our vision through a wide-spectrum of innovative projects, fundraising events, academic seminars, conferences, as well as local community and global outreach initiatives.
GSGGB focuses mainly on educating both its members and the public about genetic diseases. We strive to raise awareness about a wide array of genetic conditions, from the very rare Hutchinson–Gilford Progeria syndrome to the very common cystic fibrosis. GSGGB will also invite guest speakers who are leaders in their field of research, to talk about their research and educate the club members about the topics discussed. Furthermore, we try to raise funds for foundations such as the Canadian Gene Cure foundation to support research grants and clinical studies in the field of genetics.
Fragile X Syndrome
Red Green Colour Blindness
First founded as the U of T Genetics Society (GSUT).
Featured Dr. Justice, head of Genetics and Genome Biology at the Hospital for Sick Kids.
Featured Dr. Pearson, a leading researcher in Genetics and Genome Biology at the Hospital for Sick Kids.
"Life According to Sam" is a documentary that takes you through the remarkable life of Sam Berns, a boy who suffers from an extremely rare rapid-aging disorder known as Hutchinson-Gilford Progeria Syndrome.
Featuring world leaders in cancer research to learn about groundbreaking work on cancer stem cells.
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Bringing together world-renowned experts to shed light on the pioneering work in molecular medicine research done in Toronto, with an emphasis on genome editing.