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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.

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

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Learn with Purpose: 2019 TRP Orientation Welcome

Every graduate degree should, at least in my opinion, offer the opportunity for students to achieve a credential, learn something of significance...

Bioethics Seminar Series: Getting to Know Your Patient’s Substitute Decision Maker (SDM)

Bioethics Seminar Series: Getting to Know Your Patient’s Substitute Decision Maker (SDM)  Features TRP Student & Respiratory Therapist, Eric...

Translational Challenges in Disseminating New Treatments: TRP Alumni, Andrei Iliuta  

In patients with polycystic kidney disease, it’s an effective therapy to reduce kidney volume. That is one if the conclusions researcher and TRP graduate Andrei Iliuta came to during his fellowship with Dr. York Pei at Toronto General Hospital, University Health Network, where he studied schlerotherapy.