Molly Shoichet leads $19 million project to fast-track bio-manufacturing training

Molly Shoichet (ChemE) is leading a $19 million project aimed at accelerating bio-manufacturing training. Her initiative, which involves collaboration with over 20 industry partners, focuses on providing young scientists with the necessary experience to swiftly enter the bio-manufacturing field, thereby bolstering Canada’s capacity to respond to future pandemics.

Read the full Globe and Mail news article here.

Molly was also featured in a U of T Engineering article that details her work on this project within the Biomanufacturing Hub Network (BioHubNet) talent development program which she leads at U of T, along with Darius Rackus, an assistant professor of chemistry and biology at Toronto Metropolitan University, and Gilbert Walker, a professor of chemistry at U of T.