Department of Medicine

Translational Research Program: Online Information Session

Apr 24, 2019
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4:00pm–5:00pm
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If you're looking for an unconventional masters degree program to help you think differently, to champion change, and developing skills like creative problem-solving and networking so that you can have more IMPACT on patients, medicine and care... join us online to learn more!

Info Session Format:

This is an online discussion session with the TRP Director with prospective students interested in learning more about the program.

Registration is required and we do ask that if you cannot attend the info session, to please cancel your registration giving at least 48+ hours in advance.

Instructions: Once you register, you will receive a follow-up email with the link for the Zoom online meeting.

About the TRP

The MHSc in Translational Research in Health Sciences is a two-year, course-based professional degree at the Faculty of Medicine designed for current and aspiring innovators from interprofessional backgrounds (medicine, life sciences, social sciences, engineering, design, and communications etc) who want to learn creative problem-solving skills, strategies and competencies to translate (scientific) knowledge into applications that improve medicine, health and care.

Through flexible coursework; team-based, real-world translational challenges; and extensive mentorship and networking, we facilitate self-directed and collaborative “learning by doing.” Students gain experience, expertise, and practical insights into the development and design processes. The curriculum covers translational networks and strategies needed to develop, test and implement innovations. Our mission is to inspire people to think differently so that they learn to champion change in their communities and contexts.

We are currently recruiting for the Fall 2019 cohort. Join us for this information session and have your questions answered in person by the TRP Director and faculty.

Learn more about us at trp.utoronto.ca