MHSc Translational Research Program (TRP)
TRP student, Dr Danielle Weidman shares “Tips for tough task of telling a kid they have cancer: Doctors’ Notes”
To provide transformative experiential educational opportunities through training, support and mentorship for innovators who catalyze the transformation of (scientific) discoveries into problem-solving designs with tangible benefits for human health.
AR/VR Seminar: “Developments in Medical Realities” by Andrea Bielecki, President of INVIVO Communications Inc.
A workshop was held on May 17th at the TRP by INVIVO Communications...
Our second-year graduate students, Catherine Rivers and Haley Roher,...
TRP student Craig Madho and Jonathan Chio share their Pillars of Health Experience with the Science Community: IMS Magazine
There are two questions that I am often asked by perspective...
Written By: Craig Madho, MHSc Translational Research Candidate “Wait...
Congratulations to TRP student Craig Madho on winning the Roncari...
Shape YOUR Potential
Moni Kim provides leadership and management oversight of the...
Raksha Sule is a PhD candidate at the University of Toronto. She...
Adriana is the founder of Get Your Bot On! a community of over 400...
Kevin Vuong is a social entrepreneur, city-builder and military...
Christopher A. Klinger, PhD is a Senior Research Associate with the...
Dr. Osborne’s research focuses on mouse models and the genetic...
"My research is currently focused on understanding the pathogenesis...
You learn to think differently because we facilitate learning differently. The TRP is designed to help you push your boundaries and get you to move beyond your comfort zones.
The TRP is based on learning contextually to demonstrate skills and competencies through real-world projects, self-directed learning, networking and problem-solving. Our Approach…
Although a rigorous professional Masters the TRP is designed to be flexible aknowledging other life opportunities and responsibilities. Program Path…
Although a rigorous professional Masters the TRP is designed to be flexible aknowledging other life opportunities and responsibilities. Learning Outcomes
Shape YOUR career:
through new network connections, experiential learning, and professional skills development.
“[TRP is] transformative … it rewires your brain!
Our courses are designed to be learner driven and competency focused You learn by doing and do by learning.
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