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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.

Jun 1, 2023
Astute and successful entrepreneurs with an exceptional track record of giving back to their community, James and Louise Temerty set a new high-water mark for philanthropic giving in Canada when, in 2020, they committed $250 million to what is now known as the University of Toronto’s Temerty Faculty of Medicine.
Jun 1, 2023
As they prepare to cross the convocation stage on June 1st, six graduating students from the Temerty Faculty of Medicine MD Class of 2023 share why they wanted to pursue medicine, what lies next on their journey and what advice they'd offer to incoming students.
May 29, 2023
Neil Merovitch will graduate this spring with a PhD in physiology from the University of Toronto. He spoke with Temerty Medicine about his experience as an advocate, doctoral student and living with a disability.    
From Faculty leadership

A Long and Happy Career

Starting on June 1 and in the following days and weeks, graduates from across our Faculty, including the MD Class of 2023, will celebrate the successful conclusion of their programs and mark this important milestone in their ongoing career development in a lifetime filled with learning.   It’s an exciting time for all of us, but also an occasion to pause and reflect on what it takes to reach this point and what may lay ahead. That is as true for educators as it is for students. Have we done enough to support our learners? Are they as prepared as may be necessary, not only for the difficulties of their chosen profession today, but the challenges that may exist in the future? We ask ourselves these questions regularly, not just once or twice a year when we mark convocation. We’re in a constant dialogue around such questions as we innovate curricula and improve the quality of our programs. But when you see graduates walk across the stage of Convocation Hall, the questions become more stark, visceral, and urgent.

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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