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Unparalleled Opportunities

The Temerty Faculty of Medicine at the University of Toronto is at the centre one of North America’s largest biomedical research, education and clinical care networks. With nine fully affiliated research-intensive hospitals – and dozens of community and clinical care sites – Temerty Medicine offers unparalleled opportunities in Canada’s most dynamic city for our more than 9,000 faculty and staff and 7,000 learners at all levels.

Nov 29, 2021
Nicole Mfoafo-M’Carthy, a second-year medical student at the University of Toronto, is one of 11 Canadians selected this year to receive a Rhodes Scholarship — one of the most prestigious awards in the world. 
Nov 24, 2021
The University of Toronto’s Combined Containment Level 3 unit, equipped to safely study pathogens that cause infectious disease, was among the first labs in Canada to enable researchers to work with SaRS-CoV-2 samples. Now, the lab is also the heart of the Emerging and Pandemic Infections Consortium — a new U of T Institutional Strategic Initiative that will unite top university, hospital and global experts in infectious diseases.
Nov 24, 2021
When Ikran Ali and Zaky Hassan were teenagers in high school, they didn’t know careers doing laboratory medicine and health research were options. But, fast-forward to today. Now, Ali is a fifth-year PhD student in Temerty Faculty of Medicine’s Institute of Medical Science doing orthopaedic research on bone healing and infection, and Hassan is a second year Master’s student in Temerty Medicine’s Department of Biochemistry investigating the structural biology of coronavirus spike proteins.
From Faculty leadership

Celebrating Our Newest Health Leaders

Tomorrow – Thursday, November 18th – at noon, we will celebrate the most recent graduates of the Temerty Faculty of Medicine at the University of Toronto. The COVID-19 pandemic again necessitates a virtual ceremony, but the honour bestowed upon our graduates and the pride we feel in their accomplishments are not diminished or lessened. I hope you will join me – and their family, friends, and faculty – in cheering on our newest alumni. 

Giving Back

The impact of donor support begins by enhancing the work of our clinicians, researchers and trainees but then resonates throughout the health-care system and ultimately serves to improve human health.
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