Podcast Research

Behind the Breakthrough

Behind the Breakthrough features UHN's award-winning scientists taking us behind the scenes to understand their groundbreaking medical research. Scientists at UHN are driven to pursue answers and solutions to the most profound health issues and diseases. Their pursuit of better treatments and new cures is personal. Feel their passion and determination in these intimate one-on-one conversations about their work and how they got to where they are today.

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UHN Home: Celebrating Canada 150 through stories.

We're telling stories about the diversity at UHN: stories about our employees who have come from around the world and work at UHN, and stories about employees whose families have called Canada home for more than 150 years.

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From Our Programs

Your Complex Brain

Your Complex Brain, a new podcast from Krembil Brain Institute.

Explore the myths, mysteries, and medical breakthroughs of the most complex and powerful organ in your body – your brain. Weaving together expert interviews with heartfelt, inspiring snapshots of the patients and family members in the middle of it all, Heather Sherman dives into the latest science on Alzheimer's, Parkinson's, epilepsy, stroke, concussion, spinal cord injury, brain cancer and other brain diseases and disorders. Along the way she uncovers surprising insights, sheds light on the latest research, and shares heroic, real-life stories from the people on the front lines. Brought to you by Krembil Brain Institute at UHN, one of the largest and most comprehensive neurological centres in North America.

Living Transplant

Living Transplant, a podcast from the Ajmera Transplant Centre and the Centre for Living Organ Donation.

Join hosts Brittany Cole (Bedside Nurse, Ajmera Transplant Centre) and Courtney Mahrt (Communications, Centre for Living Organ Donation) as they explore transplantation through the perspectives of frontline staff, researchers, innovators, and transplant pioneers, as well as organ donation recipients, living organ donors, families and caregivers.