TRP course instructor and Yocto Law founder Gabriella Chan brought UofT scientists’ IP knowledge    

TRP course instructor and Yocto Law founder Gabriella Chan brought UofT scientists’ IP knowledge    

Gabriella Chan saw a gap in scientists’ knowledge on intellectual property (IP) rights. She wanted them to understand their legal obligations and to play a role in how they choose to expose their rights to commercialize their scientific breakthroughs. To create a solution to this problem, Chan approached the Institute of Medical Sciences with a proposal to teach IP.

Is the TRP right for YOU?

Is the TRP right for YOU?

There are two questions that I am often asked by perspective students: the ones at the beginning of their careers generally ask “what jobs can you get when you’re done?” and the later career clinicians, researchers or healthcare professionals ask, how will this help...
Choosing the TRP

Choosing the TRP

The Translational Research Program is an innovative approach to ‘professional’ graduate education.  Classes involve many different learning strategies and tools.  Students range widely: from early career to late career, and from different professional or disciplinary...
Building a cohort

Building a cohort

We are building a cohort. It may be summer, but things haven’t slowed down at the TRP.  While students attend modules on privacy and procurement, economics of health, or grant writing; other are busy with developing Capstone proposals; and still others are doing...
IMS50 Scientific Day Recap

IMS50 Scientific Day Recap

IMS50 Scientific Day was held on May 9th and out TRP students, staff and faculty participated in the special day. It was a great day of celebrating student and faculty achievements and hearing about all the exciting research being done at the IMS. Highlights from the...
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