Malcolm Harvey is an articling student in our Toronto office. He has recently completed his J.D./M.B.A. at the University of Toronto, where he also completed an M.Sc. in Laboratory Medicine and Pathobiology. As a graduate student, Malcolm was awarded an NSERC Canada Graduate Scholarship.
While studying at the University of Toronto, Malcolm volunteered with the Ontario Health Professions Appeal and Review Board through Pro Bono Students Canada. He also served as an associate editor for the University of Toronto Faculty of Law Review.
Prior to studying in Toronto, Malcolm earned a B.Sc. in Biological Sciences from the University of Alberta, where he earned multiple NSERC Undergraduate Summer Research Awards.
- In the Media
- “Distinct effects of the mesenchymal dysplasia gene variant of murine Patched-1 protein on canonical and non-canonical Hedgehog signaling pathways,” (co-authors: A. Fleet, N. Okolowsky, and P.A. Hamel), J Biol Chem., April 2014, Vol. 289, No. 15, pp.10939-49