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Translational Thinking: Patient-centric Innovation

There has been a trend over the last...

Living in the age of Pandemics

Most of the world is aware and has begun to grow tired of the extreme measures being taken to fight the COVID-19 global pandemic. But significantly fewer extreme measures and attention are being paid to yet another pandemic we’ve been facing. A pandemic of intolerance, racism, and ignorance.  A pandemic of harmful, selfish and uninformed ideologies fueled by self-serving agents of misinformation and duplicity.

Learning by doing

MHSc in Translational Research

CO(VID): Networking In The Time Of COVID

The COVID-19 pandemic has brought...

MHSc in Translational Research

Learn by doing. Have a tangible...

Translating Research to Practice

MHSc in Translational Research

Fare Thee Well

To the Graduates of the second TRP...

A Transformative Education

If you, or someone you know, is interested in a different kind of graduate program, who is motivated to learn by doing and is seeking a transformative education, then we need to talk.

Admissions

Program Admission – EXTENDED

Program Admission – EXTENDED

We live in uncertain times. These times have been especially taxing on healthcare professionals and clinicians.  Some have had to ...

Latest News

U of T ranked first in Canada in 10 of 11 subjects by Times Higher Education

U of T ranked first in Canada in 10 of 11 subjects by Times Higher Education

The University of Toronto ranked first in Canada, or shared the top spot, in 10 out of 11 subjects – one more than a year earlier – ...

Events

Rapid Impact: Getting Interventions into Hospitals, To Patients, & To Communities
December 1, 2020
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Info Session
December 12, 2020
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Translational Research (TR)

Translation in the health sciences involves a systematic and strategic approach to developing novel tools, mechanisms, services, drugs, techniques, policies, and protocols that address the needs of people and populations.

TR consists of methods of inquiry, best-practices, and frameworks to optimize the successful design, development, implementation, testing, and dissemination of innovation in healthcare.

Master of Health Science (MHSc) in Translational Research

is a project-based graduate degree intended for students from diverse backgrounds who aspire to apply knowledge for innovation in healthcare.  Students explore strategies, competencies and creative problem-solving approaches indispensable for innovating people-centered processes, procedures, products and services.

Structure:

Our two-year competency focused degree employs collaborative and self-directed “learning by doing” to challenge students to think differently.

Our curriculum is a combination of in-class seminars, workshops and projects that provides direction for broader student initiatives as part of their own self-directed learning in the community. Seminars are designed as a rallying point for discussions, peer learning and facilitation as students network and engage in real-world problems through their co-curricular activities and professional activities.

Students learn…

through real-world challenges, mentorship, networking, and personal development plans, students gain experience, expertise, and practical insights into processes, regulatory frameworks, translational networks and strategies applicable to a range of careers across medicine, health and care.

Admissions

Program Admission – EXTENDED

Program Admission – EXTENDED

We live in uncertain times. These times have been especially taxing on healthcare professionals and clinicians.  Some have had to ...

Latest News

U of T ranked first in Canada in 10 of 11 subjects by Times Higher Education

U of T ranked first in Canada in 10 of 11 subjects by Times Higher Education

The University of Toronto ranked first in Canada, or shared the top spot, in 10 out of 11 subjects – one more than a year earlier – ...

Events

Rapid Impact: Getting Interventions into Hospitals, To Patients, & To Communities
December 1, 2020
Register
Learn more

Info Session
December 12, 2020
Register
Learn more

COVID-19 & TRP

Ontario’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic continues to evolve. Changes will likely occur as the province and its municipalities adjust to new data about the virus. In these circumstances, please be advised that the manner of delivery of courses, co-curricular opportunities, programs, and services is subject to change, in accordance with university policies. The University thanks its students, faculty, and staff for their flexibility during these challenging times as we work together to maintain the standards of excellence that are the hallmark of the University. 

TRP & Covid

Ontario’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic continues to evolve. Changes will likely occur as the province and its municipalities adjust to new data about the virus. In these circumstances, please be advised that the manner of delivery of courses, co-curricular opportunities, programs, and services is subject to change, in accordance with university policies. The University thanks its students, faculty, and staff for their flexibility during these challenging times as we work together to maintain the standards of excellence that are the hallmark of the University.

Translational Research (TR)

Translation in the health sciences involves a systematic and strategic approach to developing novel tools, mechanisms, services, drugs, techniques, policies, and protocols that address the needs of people and populations.

TR consists of methods of inquiry, best-practices, and frameworks to optimize the successful design, development, implementation, testing, and dissemination of innovation in healthcare.

Master of Health Science (MHSc) in Translational Research

is a project-based graduate degree intended for students from diverse backgrounds who aspire to apply knowledge for innovation in healthcare.  Students explore strategies, competencies and creative problem-solving approaches indispensable for innovating people-centered processes, procedures, products and services.

Structure:

Our two-year competency focused degree employs collaborative and self-directed “learning by doing” to challenge students to think differently.

Our curriculum is a combination of in-class seminars, workshops and projects that provides direction for broader student initiatives as part of their own self-directed learning in the community. Seminars are designed as a rallying point for discussions, peer learning and facilitation as students network and engage in real-world problems through their co-curricular activities and professional activities.

Students learn…

through real-world challenges, mentorship, networking, and personal development plans, students gain experience, expertise, and practical insights into processes, regulatory frameworks, translational networks and strategies applicable to a range of careers across medicine, health and care.

Learn more…

The Program

A 2 year professional Masters degree training students to innovate health, medicine & care.
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Our Approach

A framework for collaborative people-centric innovation.
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Our Community

Interprofessional practicioners dedicated to advancing healthcare. 
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Translation

The mobilization of health science research across domains.
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Courses & Pathways

The systematic application of research towards impact.
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Outcomes & Careers

What our students and alumni do and where they have gone.
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OUR COMMUNITY

Applying scientific knowledge to impact medicine, health and care in our communities and the world. 

"The TRP really speaks to the patient-centred approach to research.”

 - Connie Putterman, Parent Advocate, Cohort 2017