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Toronto General Research Institute

The​​ Image of TGRI building entranceToronto General Research Institute (TGRI) is the research division of Toronto General Hospital and is home to one of the world's leading research programs with multidisciplinary experts in the fields of cardiology, transplantation, immunology and autoimmunity, infectious diseases, tissue injury, diabetes and regenerative medicine.

More than a hundred and fifty scientists and clinicians work side by side to bring innovative research findings from the lab to the bedside. These ground-breaking discoveries have led to therapeutic advances in organ transplantation, cardiac pacemakers and novel therapies in endocrine and autoimmune disorders. TGRI scientists continually strive for scientific excellence and endeavour to make clinical breakthroughs that will improve patient treatment and care.

For more information, please visit the TGRI websit​e.

Snapshot 2015​​ 
Institute Director: Dr. Mansoor Husain​
EVP, Science and Research: Dr. Bradly Wouters

Researchers
495
Research Space
237,839 Sq. Ft.
Total Publications
1,394
External Funding
$66,533,834
Total Staff
496
Total Trainees
414