Thanks to donor support, the University of Toronto's Temerty Faculty of Medicine is driving health care forward by preparing the next generation of leaders and unravelling the mysteries behind the world’s most complex diseases. 

Toronto has one single medical school, world-class teaching hospitals, excellent technological infrastructure, huge strengths in computational research, broad and deep health data sets, a history of cross-disciplinary collaboration, a remarkably diverse population, and leading expertise in health policy and management — all in the context of a single-payer health system. While other cities may share some of these attributes, only in Toronto are all of these strengths combined in one place. This is the Toronto Advantage.

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.

To learn more about opportunities to support and help advance medical research and education, please contact one of our team members in the Office of Advancement.

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Mar 30, 2022
With a recent leadership gift, Tom and Karen Kofman are helping to support high-potential U of T research into Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias, Parkinson’s disease, as well as ALS.
Feb 16, 2022
There is a growing sense of optimism as we slowly resume full operations. For those who have visited the St. George campus, you may have noticed a few changes and much work underway. It’s all part of an effort to improve our facilities and the surrounding environment. 
Feb 15, 2022
The pioneering AbbVie Chair in Ethnodermatology will drive collaborative academic research, provide advanced training to the next generation of dermatological practitioners, and lead outreach programs to better inform equitable, diverse and inclusive dermatological care in Canada and around the world.