Temerty Medicine Alumni

Alumni

Because of you, we lead the way.

Our alumni community is a network of over 62,000 health-care leaders, including graduates of our life sciences, rehabilitation sciences, MD and MD/PhD programs, as well as more than 20,000 former residents and fellows.

Alumni are valued members of our community: mentoring students, volunteering as speakers, attending events and professional development courses, supporting education and research, as well as contributing to our award-winning UofTMed magazine and Temerty Medicine Alumni Newsletter.

Keep in touch with your classmates and your alma mater. Update your contact information today.

Explore the benefits available to you through U of T and the Temerty Faculty of Medicine, such as events, activities and discounts.

Help the next generation of health-care leaders by sharing your experiences and advice (virtual for 2021).

Stay involved with the Faculty by volunteering as an advisor, guest speaker, committee member and more.

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Keep up-to-date with alumni news, events and other activities through our content channels:

Temerty Medicine Connect
Alumni Newsletter
UofTMed magazine
Alumni News and Profiles


 

Jun 17, 2022
In a recent essay for The Globe and Mail, Shelly Dev outlines the racism her father faced in Canada as an immigrant from India in the 1960s. She also details how his choice to remain silent about his experience, and to deny the existence of racism in Canada, drove them apart.
Jun 16, 2022
Loretta Rogers (Hon LLD 2018), a leading philanthropist and a driving force behind one of the largest private donations ever made in the history of Canadian health care, has died at the age of 83.
Jun 8, 2022
In May, Temerty Medicine held our annual Education Achievement Celebration at Hart House, which is a marvellous occasion to recognize our faculty members' outstanding teaching and educational development. I had the honour of delivering the C. I. Whiteside Education Achievement Keynote Address, which allowed me to raise an issue I think we – students, faculty, staff, and alumni – need to spend more time discussing and addressing: climate change.