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Why We Teach To Unlearn: The Non-Traditional Path Of Translational Research

Why We Teach To Unlearn: The Non-Traditional Path Of Translational Research

Joseph Ferenbok for the LMP & TRP | May 2021 “We’re not teaching knowledge, we facilitate the learning of a new mindset”, ... read more

Who Is A Translator?

Who Is A Translator?

Zoya Retiwalla | TRP | Oct 4, 2019 What comes to your mind when you hear the word translator? Your answer would possibly be 'someone ... read more

What We Believe: Black Lives Matter

What We Believe: Black Lives Matter

TRP student, Vida Maksimoska, stands firmly in support of those peacefully fighting this disease that has far-reaching roots in our society. In this candid blog, she shares her thoughts, views, and talks about how we can help change the status quo. She shared open-source resources to educate us on why this movement is essential and why we need to lend our voices to turn a new leaf in the history of equality.  read more

What is Professionalism? Part 1: The professional degree program

What is Professionalism? Part 1: The professional degree program

The TRP is designated to be a “Professional” program but there is no formally recognized profession of Translational Research within ... read more

Views on Translation: (Rapid) Knowledge Synthesis in Times of COVID-19

Views on Translation: (Rapid) Knowledge Synthesis in Times of COVID-19

Christopher A. Klinger, Ph.D. (TRP Translator) and Raza M. Mirza, Ph.D. (TRP Translator) for the TRP, November 2020 As the ... read more

UofT Talks Presents – Opioids: From Wonder Drug to Epidemic – Now What?

UofT Talks Presents – Opioids: From Wonder Drug to Epidemic – Now What?

Join UofT Talks in unpacking the epidemic sweeping our nation: the opioid crisis. On Thursday June 28th, UofT Talks will be hosting an ... read more

- Agnes Ryzynski, 2018 Cohort

The TRP program is an excellent opportunity to learn new effective techniques that facilitate change. It challenges you to think and do things differently, ask the right questions and feel excited about problems. Everything I learn in the program, I can immediately apply to my work. Also, the networking opportunities and small class sizes allow me to practise new skills in a safe environment.