Applications for Fall 2023 are now open!

Apply by March 3rd, 2023 to be automatically considered for merit-based awards of up to $5000 towards tuition.

MHSc in Translational Research

Your opportunity to impact healthcare and improve the lives of people and communities.

At the Translational Research Program (TRP), build on your own experiences and on expertise across disciplines to develop health innovations. You’ll collaborate with learners from varied backgrounds that are passionate about improving health. You’ll learn from peers and mentors in industry and healthcare through feedback and support rather than lectures and exams.

Designed to be flexible, an Individual Development Plan will help you identify opportunities to build the skills that facilitate your personal and professional goals throughout the two-year graduate program. The customizable coursework options and hybrid classes are rallying points for discussions and peer learning, while hands-on projects and co-curricular activities allow you to tackle real-world challenges while building your networks and skills.

If you want to be challenged,

If you want to think differently,

If you want to have impact,

Join us.


Upcoming events

Even Foster, TRP Alumnus.

Careers from TRP – Alumni Talks with Evan Foster

TRP Alumnus Evan Foster shares his takeaways from his experience in the Translational Research Program and his hopes post-graduation.

Remembering a TRP Tragedy

never to succumb to the paralyzing helplessness these acts are intended to engender

TRP holiday party group photo

Holiday Community Building with the TRP

The TRP community members never miss an opportunity to learn and stretch their skills, and this year’s holiday get-together was no exception. Current students, faculty, and staff gathered to celebrate TRP-style – applying both creativity and passion for community work, while also reflecting on the year. 

Gabrielle Retta and Gemma Kabeya at the LMP Reseach Conference 2022

TRP Alumni Create Self-Advocacy Handbook for Black Patients Navigating Perinatal Care

Gabrielle Retta and Gemma Kabeya, both graduates of the Master of Health Science in Translational Research program (TRP) are working to improve perinatal care for Black birthing people in Canada.

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Three core elements work together to help you achieve your professional and personal goals.

Impact health and care

Develop the transferable skills to navigate complex healthcare systems and lead innovation that improves the lives of people and communities. 

Learn to think differently

Master the Toronto Translational Thinking™ framework and take on real-world challenges through a people-centered approach. 

Establish your networks

Drive positive change alongside the world-renowned entrepreneurs, clinician-scientists, and basic researchers that make Toronto an innovation hub. 





What our alumni say

Agnes’s Testimonial

Agnes’s Testimonial

The TRP program is an excellent opportunity to learn new effective techniques that facilitate change. It challenges you to think and ...

Clyde’s Testimonial

Clyde’s Testimonial

"The translational paradigm of the TRP has revolutionized my thinking.”

Applications are now open!

Submit your application by March 3rd, 2023 to be automatically considered for merit-based awards of up to $5000 towards your tuition.
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