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,
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
The program involves a lot of mentorship opportunities, a small cohort, and an emphasis on out-of-classroom learning experiences.
If you’re interested in medicine and how we get it to reach the patient, then you should apply.