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U of T's Molly Shoichet on getting more women into STEM

University Professor Molly Shoichet is recognized for her work in regenerative medicine (photo by Roberta Baker)

U of T's Molly Shoichet discusses how to boost female enrolment in STEM with CTV News.

The university professor in the Faculty of Applied Science & Engineering is the 2017 Killam Prize winner. She is a Canada Research Chair in Tissue Engineering, recognized for her work in regenerative medicine, tissue engineering and drug delivery, for everything from curing blindness to strokes.

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She says more women should be hired in leadership roles and female students should be actively recruited.

Read her five ideas for getting more women in STEM