Laboratory Medicine and Pathobiology

LMP: Introduction

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Faculty Affiliation

Medicine

Degree Programs

Laboratory Medicine and Pathobiology

MSc
PhD

Translational Research in the Health Sciences

MHSc

Combined Degree Programs

STG, MD / PhD

​​Collaborative Specializations

The following collaborative specializations are available to students in participating degree programs as listed below:

  1. Biomedical Engineering
    • Laboratory Medicine and Pathobiology, MSc, PhD
  2. Biomedical Toxicology
    • Laboratory Medicine and Pathobiology, MSc, PhD
  3. Cardiovascular Sciences
    • Laboratory Medicine and Pathobiology, MSc, PhD
  4. Developmental Biology
    • Laboratory Medicine and Pathobiology, MSc, PhD
  5. Genome Biology and Bioinformatics
    • Laboratory Medicine and Pathobiology, PhD
  6. Musculoskeletal Sciences
    • Laboratory Medicine and Pathobiology, MSc, PhD
  7. Neuroscience
    • Laboratory Medicine and Pathobiology, MSc, PhD
  8. Resuscitation Sciences
    • Laboratory Medicine and Pathobiology, MSc, PhD

Overview

As part of the Faculty of Medicine, the Department of Laboratory Medicine and Pathobiology offers unparalleled access to more than 350 expert faculty including basic scientists, pathobiologists, laboratory physicians, and scientists; outstanding case material; a stunning array of research opportunities; diverse training sites; engaging student-run organizations.

Research Foci

Antimicrobial Resistance: Surveillance and Mechanisms
Bone and Connective Tissue Diseases including Disorders of Mineral Metabolism
Cancer Pathogenesis and Prevention Cardiovascular Disease
Cell-Matrix Interactions
Development: Cell Cycle, Differentiation, Signalling Diabetes
Endocrine and Neuroendocrine Disorders
Hematopathology and Transfusion Medicine
Immunopathology and Transplantation
Inflammatory Disorders
Lipid Disorders
Lymphatic Pathobiology
Microbial Pathogenesis
Molecular Biomarkers
Neurodegenerative Disorders
Proteomics and Bioinformatics
Protein Structure and Function
Toxicology
Translational Research
Vascular Cell Biology
Viral Diseases

For details, consult the departmental website.

Contact and Address

Laboratory Medicine and Pathobiology Program 

Web: www.lmp.utoronto.ca
Email: lmp.grad@utoronto.ca
Telephone: (416) 978-2663
Fax: (416) 978-7361

Department of Laboratory Medicine and Pathobiology
University of Toronto
Medical Sciences Building
Room 6209, 1 Ki​ng's College Circle
Toronto, Ontario M5S 1A8
Canada

Translational Research in the Health Sciences Program

Web: https://trp.utoronto.ca/ 
Email: trp@utoronto.ca
Telephone: (416) 978-4474

University of Toronto
Old Administration Building
263 McCaul, Room 120
Toronto, ON, M5T 1W7
Canada

LMP: Graduate Faculty

Full Members

Abdelhaleem, Mohamed - MSc, MBCHB, PhD
Adeli, Khosrow - DipChem, MSc, PhD
Alman, Benjamin - BSc, MD
Andrulis, Irene - BA, PhD
Asa, Sylvia - MD
Aubert, Isabelle - BSc, PhD
Bapat, Bharati - BSc, MSc, PhD
Barber, Dwayne - BSc, PhD
Bartlett, John M.S. - PhD
Bendeck, Michelle - BSc, PhD
Boggs, Joan - MSc, PhD
Boyd, Shelley - BM
Branch, Donald - BA, BSc, PhD
Bremner, Roderick Angus - BSc, PhD
Brown, Martha - BSc, MSc, PhD
Brown, Theodore - BSc, PhD
Buchan, Alison - BSc, MASc, PhD
Coburn, Bryan - BSc, DrMed
Cole, David - BSc, MD, PhD
Connelly, Philip - BA, PhD
Crowcroft, Natasha - BA, MA, MBBS, MSc, PhD
Cutz, Ernest - MD
Cybulsky, Myron - MD
Delabie, Jan - MD, PhD
Dennis, James - PhD
Diamandis, Eleftherios - BSc, MD, PhD
Dirks, Peter Benjamin - MD, PhD
Dittakavi, Sarma - BSc, MSc, PhD
Done, Susan - BA, BCh, MA, MB, MBA, PhD
Drucker, Daniel - MD
Elsholtz, Harry - BSc, MSc, PhD (Coordinator of Graduate Studies)
Fish, Jason - BSc, PhD
Girardin, Stephen - BSc, PhD
Gotlieb, Avrum - BSc, MDCM
Grynpas, Marc Daniel - MSc, PhD
Hamel, Paul - BSc, PhD
Harrison, Rene - BS, MS, PhD
Hawkins, Cynthia - MD, PhD
Hazrati, Lili-Naz - BSc, MSc, MD, PhD
Hedley, David - MD
Hegele, Richard - MD
Hinek, Aleksander - MD, PhD
Hu, Jim - BSc, PhD
Huang, Annie - MD
Husain, Mansoor - MB, MD
Hwang, David - BSc, MD, PhD
Irwin, David - BSc, PhD
Jamieson, Frances - MD
Joshi-Sukhwal, Sadhna - BSc, MSc, PhD, DSc
Jothy, Serge - MSc, MD, PhD
Kain, Kevin - MD
Kamel-Reid, Suzanne - BA, MA, PhD
Kandel, Rita - MD (Chair)
Kapoor, Mohit - BPhm, MSc, PhD
Keeley, Frederick - BSc, PhD
Khokha, Rama - BSc, MSc, PhD
Kingdom, John - DipCH, MB, MD
Laflamme, Michael - BS, MD, PhD
Lazarus, Alan - PhD
Lee, Jeffrey - BSc, PhD
Levy, Gary - BSc, MD
Lingwood, Clifford - BSc, PhD
MacParland, Sonya - BS, MS, PhD
Marsden, Philip - MD
Mazzulli, Tony - MD
McCulloch, Christopher - BSc, DDS, PhD
McGeer, Allison - BSc, MSc, MD
McKerlie, Colin - DVSM, DVM
McLaurin, Joanne - BSc, MSc, PhD
Mekhail, Karim - BSc, PhD
Mogridge, Jeremy - BSc, PhD
Ni, Heyu - MSc, MD, PhD
O'Brien, Catherine - BSc, MSc, DrMed, PhD
Ohh, Michael - BSc, PhD
Opas, Michal - MSc, PhD
Ostrowski, Mario - MD
Palaniyar, Nades - MSc, PhD
Post, Martin - PhD
Pritzker, Kenneth - BSc, MD
Prud'homme, Gerald - MD
Rajalakshmi, Srinivasan - BSc, MA, PhD
Rand, Margaret - BSc, PhD
Richardson, Susan - BSc, MDCM
Robbins, Clinton Shane - BS, PhD
Robertson, Janice - BSc, PhD
Rosenblum, Norman - MD
Rozakis-Adcock, Maria - BSc, PhD
Rutka, James - BSc, LMCC, MD, PhD
Schmitt-Ulms, Gerold - BSc, MSc, DrRerNat
Schuurmans, Carol - PhD
Seth, Arun - MS, PhD
Shaw, Patricia - SB, MD
Sherman, Philip - MD
Sivak, Jeremy - PhD
Strauss, Bradley - MD
Swallow, Carol - BA, MD, PhD
Taylor, Michael - BSc, DrMed, PhD
Templeton, Douglas - BSc, MD, PhD
Tenenbaum, Howard - DipPerio, DDS, PhD
Thorner, Paul - MD, DPhil
Tron, Victor - MD
Tsao, Ming-Sound - BSc, MD
van der Kwast, Theodorus - MD, PhD
Wang, Chen - MD, PhD
Wen, Xiao-Yan - PhD
Wilson, Gregory - MSc, MD
Wong, Pui-Yuen - BSc, PhD
Yang, Burton - BSc, MSc, PhD
Yeger, Herman - BSc, MScPhm, PhD
Yousef, George - MSc, MD, PhD
Yucel, Yeni - MD
Yuzwa, Scott - BS, PhD
Zacksenhaus, Eldad - PhD
Zhang, Li - MSc, MD, PhD

Members Emeriti

Marks, Alexander - MD, PhD
Shek, Pang - BSc, MSc, PhD

Associate Members

Allen, Vanessa G - BA, MD
Berman, Hal K. - MD, PhD
Callum, Jeannie - BA, MD
Campbell, Clinton - BS, MD, PhD
Chandran, Vinod - MBBS, PhD
Chang, Hong - MSc, MD, PhD
Charames, George - BS, MS, PhD
Clarke, Blaise - MBCHB
Das, Sunit - DrMed
Diamandis, Phedias - BS, MD, PhD
Dickson, Brendan C. - BSc, MSc, MD
Drabovich, Andrei - MS, PhD
Epelman, Slava - MD, DrMed
Fittipaldi, Nahuel Vicente - BS, MS, PhD
Gandhi, Rajiv - BSc, MSc, MD
Gubbay, Jonathan B. - BSc, MSc, MBBS
Johnstone, Jennie - BSc, MD, PhD
Juvet, Stephen - DrMed, PhD
Kalia, Lorraine - BSc, MD, PhD
Kalia, Suneil - BSc, MD, PhD
Keating, Sarah - MSc, MD
Kongkham, Paul - BSc, MD, PhD
Kulasingam, Vathany - BSc, PhD
Kus, Julianne - BS, MS, PhD
Lerner-Ellis, Jordan - BS, PhD
Li, Ren-Ke - MHSc, MSc, MD, PhD
Licht, Christoph - MD
Melano, Roberto - MSc, PhD
Mete, Ozgur - MD
Moraes, Theo - MD
Mubareka, Samira - MD
Munoz, David - MSc, MD
Ng, Dominic - MD
Parks, William - AB, MD
Pasic, Maria - BS, PhD
Patel, Samir - MSc, PhD
Petrich, Astrid - BSc, PhD
Pollanen, Michael - BSc, MD, PhD
Poutanen, Susan - MPH, MD
Riddell, Robert - LMCC, LRCP, MBBS
Rouzbahman, Marjan - MD
Shlien, Adam - BS, PhD
Simor, Andrew - MD
Somers, Gino - BMedSc, MBBS, PhD
Spears, Melanie - BS, PhD
Stavropoulos, Dimitri James - BSc, MSc, PhD
Stockley, Tracy - BSc, PhD
Streutker, Catherine - BSc, MSc, MD
Sung, Hoon-Ki - MS, MD, PhD
Tein, Ingrid - MD
Vasconcelos, Sara
Waters, Valerie - MD
Winer, Daniel - BS, MD

LMP: Laboratory Medicine and Pathobiology MSc

​Master of Science​

Program Description

The MSc program emphasizes the development of analytical technologies, the application of basic research techniques in biochemistry, cell biology, clinical biochemistry, experimental pathology, genetics, immunology, and molecular biology to the study of mechanisms of cell and tissue injury and the pathogenesis of disease. The program also emphasizes the nature, mechanisms, therapy, and prevention of microbial diseases in humans, as well as the processes by which pathogenic microbes are spread.

Minimum Admission Requirements

  • Applicants are admitted under the General Regulations of the School of Graduate Studies. Applicants must also satisfy the Department of Laboratory Medicine and Pathobiology's additional admission requirements stated below.

  • Applicants must have completed, or be about to complete, one of the following:

    • ​​Pathobiology Specialist program

    • an appropriate bachelor's degree in life sciences from a recognized university

    • professional degree (e.g., MD, DDS, DVM, or equivalent).

  • A minimum A– average over the final two years of undergraduate study.

  • Two strong letters of recommendation from faculty members familiar with the applicant's academic work. Departmental appraisal forms must be used.

  • Detailed curriculum vitae (CV).

  • Statement of intent (approximately 250 words).

  • Research experience evidenced by publications, abstracts, or presentations is an asset.

  • Successful applicants are selected by the departmental admissions committee on the basis of academic excellence and an interview with a member of the departmental graduate faculty.

Admission is finalized when a graduate faculty member agrees to supervise the student's research and guarantees a full stipend for the student.

Program Requirements

  • Coursework. Students must complete 1.5 full-course equivalents (FCEs) as follows:

    • Students who have not previously completed LMP 1404H Molecular and Cellular Mechanisms of Disease (0.5 FCE), or an approved equivalent, will be required to take this course in Year 1. Students exempted from LMP 1404H will take a departmental half course (0.5 FCE) as a substitute. The student's advisory committee may recommend additional courses.

    • Students must enrol and participate in a credit/no-credit course, LMP 1001Y Graduate Seminars in Laboratory Medicine and Pathobiology (1.0 FCE), which must be taken throughout the program. Students must present at least once in LMP 1001Y prior to defending their thesis.

    • Students must attend the LMP Monday Seminar Series, a departmental guest lecture series that immediately follows the student seminar course LMP 1001Y.

  • Completion of a thesis under the direction of the student's supervisor, assisted by the advisory committee.

  • Within 12 to 18 months of entry, students will be advised by their committee to do one of the following:

    • write and orally defend a thesis on research completed,

    • transfer to the PhD program, or

    • withdraw from the MSc program.

  • The research content of the MSc thesis is expected to generate the equivalent of one paper published in a peer-reviewed scientific journal.

  • Residence. Students must be on campus and participating for the duration of their registration in the program.

Program Length

5 sessions (2 years) full-time (typical registration sequence: F/W/S/F/W)

Time Limit

3 years full-time

LMP: Laboratory Medicine and Pathobiology PhD

​Doctor of Philosophy​

Program Description

The PhD program emphasizes the development of analytical technologies, the application of basic research techniques in biochemistry, cell biology, clinical biochemistry, experimental pathology, genetics, immunology, and molecular biology to the study of mechanisms of cell and tissue injury and the pathogenesis of disease. The program also emphasizes the nature, mechanisms, therapy, and prevention of microbial diseases in humans, as well as the processes by which pathogenic microbes are spread.

Applicants may enter the PhD program via one of three routes: 1) following completion of an MSc degree; 2) transfer from the University of Toronto MSc program; or 3) direct entry following completion of a BSc degree.

A limited number of selected students may enter the combined degree program in Medicine, Doctor of /Doctor of Philosophy (MD/PhD) subject to admission into both the departmental PhD program and the MD program.

Minimum Admission Requirements

  • Applicants are admitted under the General Regulations of the School of Graduate Studies. Applicants must also satisfy the Department of Laboratory Medicine and Pathobiology's additional admission requirements stated below.

  • Two routes of entry are available:

    1. Track A:

      • ​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Direct entry is available for highly qualified BSc graduates having completed the Pathobiology Specialist program or an appropriate undergraduate program in the life sciences from a recognized university with a minimum A average in the final two years and relevant research experience. These students are encouraged to apply directly to the PhD program.

      • Excellent students with high academic standing (normally minimum A– average on MSc courses) who have clearly demonstrated the ability to do research at the doctoral level may be considered for transfer to the PhD program. Recommendation of the advisory committee is required. Transfer to the PhD program is based on the student’s performance at an assessment examination, which is held 12 to 18 months after the start of the MSc program. The student’s supervisor will schedule the assessment examination. The examining committee consists of at least si​x members of the graduate faculty:

        • ​the Graduate Coordinator (or a representative from the graduate faculty of the department) who chairs the examination committee,

        • the student's advisory committee, and

        • two other graduate faculty members, one of whom is a member from another graduate department.

    2. Track B: ​MSc graduates and applicants with an MD, DDS, DVM (or equivalent) degree are eligible for t​he PhD program. An A– average or higher is required in graduate courses or in an appropriate BSc program if there were no course requirements in the MSc program.

  • Research experience evidenced by peer-reviewed publications, abstracts, or presentations is normally required.

  • Three strong letters of recommendation from faculty members familiar with the applicant's academic work. Departmental appraisal forms must be used. Normally, one of the referees should be the applicant's research supervisor.

  • A detailed curriculum vitae (CV).

  • Statement of intent (approximately 250 words).

  • Applicants are selected by the departmental admissions committee on the basis of academic excellence and successful performance at an interview with a member of the departmental graduate faculty. Admission to the program is finalized when a graduate faculty member agrees to supervise the student's research and guarantees a full stipend for the student.

  • Excellent students with high academic standing (normally minimum A– average on MSc courses) who have clearly demonstrated the ability to do research at the doctoral level may be considered for transfer to the PhD program. Recommendation of the advisory committee is required. Transfer to the PhD program is based on the student's performance at an assessment examination, which is held 12 to 18 months after the start of the MSc program. The student's supervisor will schedule the assessment examination. The examining committee consists of at least six members of the graduate faculty:

    • ​​​​the Graduate Coordinator (or a representative from the graduate faculty of the department) who chairs the examination committee,

    • the student's advisory committee, and

    • two other graduate faculty members, one of whom is a member from another graduate department.

  • A limited number of selected students may enter the MD/PhD program subject to admission into both the departmental PhD program and the MD program.

Program Requirements

  • Coursework. Students must complete 3.0 full-course equivalents (FCEs) as follows:

    • Students must enrol and participate in a credit/no-credit course, LMP 1001Y Graduate Seminars in Laboratory Medicine and Pathobiology (1.0 FCE), which must be taken throughout the program. Students must present at least twice in LMP 1001Y prior to defending their thesis.

    • Students must attend the LMP Monday Seminar Series, a weekly departmental guest lecture series that immediately follows the student seminar course LMP 1001Y.

    • Students who have not previously completed LMP 1404H Molecular and Cellular Mechanisms of Disease (0.5 FCE) or an approved equivalent are required to take this course in Year 1 of their PhD program. The student's advisory committee may recommend additional courses. Students exempted from LMP 1404H take an approved departmental half course (0.5 FCE) as a substitute.

    • Three half-course equivalents (1.5 FCEs), of which at least one half course is from Laboratory Medicine and Pathobiology. Exception: students having completed the undergraduate Pathobiology Specialist Program (or equivalent) are required to take only two additional half courses (0.5 FCe).

    • Coursework should be completed in the first two years of the program, the continuing seminar course excepted. The latter half of the program is focused on research.

    • Students who take additional graduate courses during the MSc program and who continue their graduate studies in the PhD program may request a transfer credit up to one full-course towards doctoral course requirements. Credit for courses must be approved by the Graduate Coordinator; certain restrictions may apply.

  • Prior to the start of Year 3, the advisory committee may recommend that a PhD student transfer to the MSc program. The student may also request the transfer.

  • The PhD thesis is completed under the direction of the candidate's supervisor, assisted by the advisory committee. The candidate normally defends the thesis before a departmental committee, and subsequently before a committee approved by the School of Graduate Studies. Candidates may, with the recommendation of their advisory committee, request a waiver of the departmental defence, subject to approval by the Graduate Coordinator.

  • The PhD thesis must demonstrate a substantial contribution to laboratory medicine and pathobiology, involving a systematic investigation of disease-related hypotheses. The emphasis is on quality of the science and its presentation. The PhD thesis is normally expected to yield the equivalent of three publications in refereed scientific journals.

  • Residence. Students must be on campus and participating for the duration of their registration in the program.

Program Length

4 years full-time; 5 years transfer-from-master's; 5 years direct-entry

Time Limit

6 years full-time; 7 years transfer-from-master's; 7 years direct-entry

LMP: Laboratory Medicine and Pathobiology MSc, PhD Courses

Not all courses are offered every year. Please check the departmental website for course availability.

​LMP 1001Y
Graduate Seminars in ​​Laboratory Medicine and Pathobiology (Credit/No Credit) (mandatory for all MSc and PhD students in the Department of Laboratory Medicine and Pathobiology)
​LMP 1005Y
General and Special Pathology (for Oral Pathology Residents only)​
​LMP 1006H
Cellular Imaging in Pathobiology​
​LMP 1013H
Neoplasia​​​
LMP 1016H
Concepts in Inflammatory/Autoimmune Arthritis
​LMP 1017H
​Tissue Injury, Repair, and Regeneration
​LMP 1019H
Research Techniques in Molecular Biology and Pathobiology​
​LMP 1020H
Inflammation, Immunity, and Immunopathology of Atherosclerosis​
​LMP 1404H
​Molecular and Cellular Mechanisms of Disease (mandatory for all MSc and PhD students in the Department of Laboratory Medicine and Pathobiology)
​LMP 1407H
​Introductory Biostatistics and Clinical Investigation
​LMP 1503H
​Signal Transduction Pathways in Normal and Diseased Tissues
​LMP 1504H
​Cell and Molecular Biology of Cardiovascular Diseases
​LMP 1505H
​Analytical Clinical Biochemistry: Basic Principles
​LMP 1510H
​Molecular Biology Techniques
​​LMP 1520​H
​Translational Research in Pathobiology
​LMP 1525H
​The Role of Genomics in the Era of Personalized Medicine
​LMP 1530H
​Next Generation Genomics in Clinical Medicine
​LMP 1535H
​Mass Spectrometry, Proteomics, and Their Clinical Applications
​LMP 2115H
​Selected Topics in Medical Microbiology
​LMP 2120H
​Molecular Clinical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases
​LMP 2222H
​Neurodegenerative Disease—Mechanisms, Models, and Methods
​RST 9999Y
​​Research Project (Credit/No Credit)

LMP: Translational Research in the Health Sciences MHSc

Master of Health Science

Program Description

This two-year, course-based program is designed for interprofessional students from diverse backgrounds (such as medicine, life sciences, social sciences, engineering, design, and communications) who want to learn creative problem-solving skills, strategies, and competencies to translate (scientific) knowledge into innovations that improve medicine, health, and care.

Through flexible coursework, team-based, real-world translational challenges, and extensive mentorship and networking, the department facilitates self-directed collaborative “learning by doing”: students gain experience, expertise, and practical insights into development and design processes, regulatory frameworks, and translational networks and strategies to develop, lead, test, and implement innovations. The program’s mission is to challenge students to think differently so that they learn to champion change in their communities and contexts.

This cohort-based program commences in September.

Minimum Admission Requirements​

  • Applicants are admitted on the basis of academic preparation, references, and motivation. All applicants must demonstrate exceptional scholarly achievement and significant research experience.

  • An appropriate bachelor's (BSc) degree or an MD degree from a recognized university, and academic credentials and background preparation appropriate to the area of study with an A– average in at least three of the four years.

  • Applicants with significant research, industry, or government experience in professional health science or related social science, and/or academic research master’s or PhD are also encouraged to apply.

  • The application must be accompanied by:

    • ​​​​a current curriculum vitae (CV)

    • a letter of intent or statement of professional goals

    • three letters of reference.

  • Applicants whose primary language is not English, and who graduated from a university where the language of instruction was not English, must demonstrate proficiency in the English language through the successful completion of the following English-language proficiency tests:

    • ​​​Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL): a minimum score of 600 on the paper-based test and 5 on the Test of Written English (TWE); or a minimum score of 93/120 on the Internet-based test and 22/30 on the writing and speaking sections.

    • Tests must be completed in the year prior to application to the program.

  • Deadline for receipt of applications is May 1 for international students and June 1 for domestic students (see amendment made on July 31, 2019). Admission spots are limited; not all applicants who meet the prerequisites will be admitted. Applicants are screened for eligibility and short-listed applicants will be interviewed.

Program Requirements

  • ​Within this two-year, five-session program, students must complete a total of 8.0 full-course equivalents (FCEs) as follows:

    • ​​​​Year 1:

      • LMP 2300Y Foundations in Translational Research (1.0 FCE, Fall and Winter)

      • LMP 2310Y0 Core Modules in Translational Research (2.0 FCEs, Fall, Winter, and Summer). LMP 2310Y0 includes selection and completion of eight shorter module courses from three research domains.

      • ​LMP 2320H Overview of Methods in Practices and Contexts (0.5 FCE; Winter)

      • LMP 2322H Information, Media, and Communication Literacy for the Sciences (0.5 FCE, Fall)

      • LMP 2301Y Projects in Translational Research (1.0 FCE, Fall and Winter)

      • LMP 2330Y+ Capstone Project in Translational Research (2.0 FCEs, Summer)

    • Year 2:

      • LMP 2330Y+ Capstone Project in Translational Research (Fall and Winter)

      • LMP 2310Y0 Modules in Translational Research (Fall and Winter)

      • Plus two half-course electives from the approved list or with pre-approval from the Graduate Coordinator (1.0 FCE).

Program Length

5 sessions full-time (F/W/S/F/W)

Time Limit

3 years

0 Course that may continue over a program. The course is graded when completed.

+ Extended course. For academic reasons, coursework is extended into session following academic session in which course is offered.

LMP: Translational Research in the Health Sciences MHSc Courses

Required

​​LMP 23​00Y
​Foundations in Translational Research
LMP 2320H​
Overview of Methods in Practices and Contexts
​LMP 2322H
Information, Media, and Communication Literacy for the Sciences
​LMP 2301Y
​Projects in Translational Research
​LMP 2330Y+
​​​Capstone Project in Translational Research​ (prerequisite: LMP 2301Y)
​LMP 2310Y0
Modules in Translational Research (Credit/No Credit) (exclusions: MSC 1010Y, MSC 1011Y)

+ Extended course. For academic reasons, coursework is extended into session following academic session in which course is offered.​

0 Course that may continue over a program. The course is graded when completed.

Approved Electives

Graduate-level electives may be selected based on a student’s background and individual learning plan and require pre-approval from the Academic Director or Graduate Coordinator.