"It's transformative... it rewires your brain!" -- TRP Grad
The TRP provides core translational skills, competencies, and access to networks to catalyze the transformation of scientific discoveries into problem-solving interventions with tangible benefits for human health.
What Makes TRP unique?
The Translational Research Program (TRP) is a practical approach to a Professional Master’s education in Health Science that is designed to be flexible, interdisciplinary and interprofessional. Through experiential learning, researchers, clinicians, healthcare professionals, residents and recent graduates work across silos and between disciplines to create, collaborate, innovate and translate new knowledge with tangible benefits for health. With our cohort-based program we provide you with the resources and mentorship you need to develop core competencies that will help you throughout your life and career.
Generate new knowledge with tangible benefits for health
Apply novel perspectives to instigate action and impact
Work together towards a common transformative goal
Reshape knowledge and discoveries into actions, impact and innovations
Course Director, MSC 4010
Associate Professor, Department of Psychiatry; Department of Physiology; Institute of Medical Science
Curriculum and Networks Coordinator, Translational Research Program
Sickkids International, Director of Research, Children's Hospital Project - Qatar
Polycystic kidney disease, tuberous sclerosis complex After having completed my medical degree at Laval University (Quebec City, Canada) in 2010, I underwent residency training in internal medicine (2010-2013) and nephrology (2013-2015) in Quebec City. I obtained a two-year scholarship to pursue a fellowship in Hereditary Kidney Disease under the supervision of Dr. York Pei at Toronto General Hospital, University Health Network. My clinical interests range from polycystic kidney disease to tuberous scleosis complex and rare inherited tubulopathies. My research focuses especially on polycystic kidney disease, and includes investigating genotype-phenotype correlation and the use of foam sclerotherapy as a novel disease-modifying treatment to improve kidney blood flow and function.