The Multi Organ Transplant Program at UHN offers a wide range of educational opportunities for medical professionals, and attracts interest from physicians and surgeons around the world. In addition to residency placements, we offer a number of fellowships for physicians interested in clinical practice and research in the fields of transplantation and immunology. Our program has strong ties to the University of Toronto.
Medical rounds for organ-specific transplant groups and a general session of interest to transplant professionals from all disciplines are held each week. Journal club and medical orientation also contribute to the educational development of staff and students.
We are pleased to announce that Dr. Paul Greig, Surgery, is the recipient of the 2013 Award for Excellence in Postgraduate Medical Education in the category of Teaching Performance, Mentorship/Advocacy, from the Faculty of Medicine at University of Toronto.
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Applicants must be enrolled in an accredited postgraduate training program at a recognized medical school as a resident (PGY) or a clinical fellow. Learn more about offered through the University of Toronto.
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One organ and tissue donor can save up to 8 lives and improve life for up to 75 others.