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News Category: Carmen Logie

6 projects that highlight the imperative to “Let communities lead” on World AIDS Day 

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  Ending AIDS is withing our reach, but to achieve this goal, communities need to be leading […]

International Water Justice exhibit makes its Canadian debut

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This fall, researchers from the University of Toronto’s Factor-Inwentash Faculty of Social Work are bringing an international […]

Carmen Logie receives a CAHR-CANFAR Excellence in Research Award from the Canadian Association for HIV Research

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Professor Carmen Logie received national recognition last week at the 32nd Canadian Conference on HIV/AIDS Research (CAHR […]

Watch, listen and read: FIFSW faculty offer a wealth of resources for those interested in learning more on World AIDS Day about the fight against HIV

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  December 1st is World AIDS Day — a day for people worldwide to unite in the fight […]

World AIDS Day Q&A: Professor Carmen Logie on HIV prevention, stigma and care among refugee and displaced youth

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  In honour of World AIDS Day on December 1st, we spoke to Carmen Logie to learn […]

Eunjung Lee and Carmen Logie promoted to the rank of full professor

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The Factor-Inwentash Faculty of Social Work is delighted to share the news that Eunjung Lee and Carmen […]

Addressing intersectional stigma and discrimination is essential to ending the HIV epidemic

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In June 2022, the American Journal of Public Health published a special issue titled Addressing Intersectional Stigma and […]

Carmen Logie promotes arts-based methods for illuminating gender in community-based research

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The Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR)’s Institute of Gender and Health publishes a “Meet the Methods […]

Carmen Logie is named co-chair of the 31st Annual Canadian Conference on HIV/AIDS Research


The 31st Annual Canadian Conference on HIV/AIDS Research (CAHR 2022) takes place virtually April 27 to 29. Held […]

Carmen Logie is using data science to rethink water practices and equity in India through a collaborative, cross-disciplinary project funded by U of T’s Data Sciences Institute

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The Data Sciences Institute (DSI) at the University of Toronto has announced funding for 17 cross-disciplinary research […]