We offer 4 training programs:
The Training Program in Regenerative Medicine intends
to improve the mentoring and training environment for health researchers in
Canada and foster collaborative team research across disciplines, knowledge
translation and professional skills. The program offers a graduate course
in regenerative medicine within the University of Toronto’s Faculty of Medicine,
School of Graduate Studies, Institute of Medical Science
The program's objectives are:
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The Multi Organ Transplant Student Research Training Program is a unique student program, organized by UHN's Multi Organ Transplant Program, that offers a curriculum for undergraduates and students in professional and graduate schools.
Trainees are educated and trained in the foundations of clinical research, realizing the program's mission to integrate education and research training into clinical practice. Through weekly research seminars, discussion forums, direct research training and clinical observations, the program provides students with the opportunity to apply the knowledge and skills they have gained through research-oriented assignments to major health services-related projects that will contribute to the growing field of knowledge in transplantation.
Our bi-annual newsletter, Transplant Connections, showcases the accomplishments of our mentors and trainees.
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The Advanced Student Placement Integrating Research Education is a pilot initiative launched by the Multi Organ Transplant Student Research Training Program (see above). The program is geared to high-achieving students who are completing their final year of secondary school, and provides students with an opportunity to gain both education and work experience in a clinical research environment.
The Summer Program in Clinical Epidemiology and Biostatistics (SPICE & B) is an initiative developed through a joint partnership between the Centre for Renal Research: Information Technology, Innovation, Quality and Education (CR2ITIQuE) and UHN's Multi Organ Transplant Program. The core objective is to nurture the culture of clinical research by building on the current research knowledge base of clinical trainees and staff within UHN's Multi Organ Transplant Program.
The program is a series of well-planned lectures and workshops designed to educate participants about basic principles of epidemiological research design, systematic reviews and meta-analysis. Emphasis is placed on the understanding of the proper application of these core principles and their interpretation in clinical practice.
For more information, please email the coordinator of the program.
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