Lead Faculty of the Collaborative Specialization
Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering
Participating Degree Programs
Biomedical Engineering — MASc, PhD
Chemical Engineering and Applied Chemistry — MASc, PhD
Electrical and Computer Engineering — MASc, PhD
Materials Science and Engineering — MASc, PhD
Mechanical and Industrial Engineering — MASc, PhD
Medical Science — MSc, PhD
University of Toronto CRANIA Neuromodulation Institute (CNMI);
Institute of Biomedical Engineering
The primary goal of the Collaborative Specialization in Neuromodulation is to introduce students to various neuromodulation modalities, provide students with the knowledge to be prepared for research or industrial endeavours in neuromodulation, and provide hands-on experience performing neuromodulation research.
Essentially, this specialization will train future researchers and clinicians alongside engineers and provide students with cross-disciplinary exposure to the various aspects of neuromodulation-based therapeutic innovation.
The collaborative specialization is open to master’s and PhD students in the participating graduate degree programs listed above. Upon successful completion of the degree requirements of the home graduate unit and the collaborative specialization, students will receive the notation “Completed Collaborative Specialization in Neuromodulation” on their transcript.
Contact and Address
CRANIA NeuroModulation Institute (CNMI)
Toronto Western Hospital
399 Bathurst Street, McLaughlin Wing, 14th Floor, Room 14MC413
Toronto, Ontario M5T 2S8