Medical Science

Medical Science: Introduction

Faculty Affiliation

Medicine

Degree Programs

Biomedical Communications

​​MScBMC
Fields:
Biomedical Media Design;
Biomedical Visualization Design

Medical Science

​​​​MSc
Fields:
Bioethics;
Biomedical Science;
Clinical Science;
Health Professions Education;
Population Health/Health Services;
Radiation Oncology

PhD
Fields:
Bioethics;
Biomedical Science;
Clinical Science;
Health Professions Education;
Population Health/Health Services;
Radiation Oncology

Combined Degree Programs

STG, MD / PhD

Collaborative Specializations

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

  1. Addiction Studies
    • Medical Science, MSc, PhD
  2. Aging, Palliative and Supportive Care Across the Life Course
    • Medical Science, MSc, PhD
  3. Bioethics
    • Medical Science, MSc, PhD
  4. Biomedical Engineering
    • Medical Science, MSc, PhD
  5. Biomedical Toxicology
    • Medical Science, MSc, PhD
  6. Cardiovascular Sciences
    • Medical Science, MSc, PhD
  7. Developmental Biology
    • Medical Science, MSc, PhD
  8. Environment and Health
    • Medical Science, MSc, PhD
  9. Genome Biology and Bioinfor​matics
    • Medical Science, PhD
  10. Global Health (U of T Global Scholar)
    • Medical Science, PhD
  11. Health Care, Technology, and Place (admissions have closed)
    • Medical Science, PhD
  12. Health Services and Policy Research (admissions have been suspended)
    • Medical Science, MSc, PhD
  13. Human Development (admissions have been suspended)​
    • Medical Science, PhD
  14. Indigenous Health
    • Medical Science, MSc, PhD
  15. Knowledge Media Design
    • Medical Science, MSc, PhD
  16. Musculoskeletal Sciences
    • Medical Science, MSc, PhD
  17. Neuroscience
    • Medical Science, MSc, PhD
  18. Resuscitation Sciences
    • Medical Science, MSc, PhD
  19. Women's Health
    • Medical Science, MSc, PhD

Diploma Programs

Graduate Diploma in Health Research

GDipHR

Overview

With over 600 faculty and 550 students, the Institute of Medical Science (IMS) was established to foster education and scholarship in the Clinical Departments of the Faculty of Medicine. IMS specializes in translational research with a strong emphasis on bench-to-bedside clinical applications. Degree candidates have the opportunity to conduct research in one of four training areas: bio-medical science; clinical science; health systems and services; and population health. Graduates have been appointed to positions as academics and health-care professionals in universities, government, and industry.

Contact and Address

Biomedical Communications Program

Web: https://bmc.med.utoronto.ca/
Email: bmc.info@utoronto.ca
Telephone: (905) 569-4849
Fax: (905) 569-4847

Biomedical Communications
University of Toronto Mississauga
HSC 308, 3359 Mississauga Road
Mississauga, Ontario L5L 1C6
Canada

Medical Science Program

Web: https://ims.utoronto.ca/
Email: dir.medscience@utoronto.ca
Telephone: (416) 946-8286
Fax: (416) 971-2253

Institute of Medical Science
University of Toronto
Medical Sciences Building
Room 2374, 1 King's College Circle
Toronto, Ontario M5S 1A8
Canada

Graduate Diploma in Health Research

Web: https://md.utoronto.ca/graduate-diploma-health-research-0
Email: gdip.hres@utoronto.ca
Telephone: (416) 946-7866

Graduate Diploma in Health Research
University of Toronto
Medical Sciences Building
Room 2256, 1 King's College Circle
Toronto, Ontario M5S 1A8
Canada

Medical Science: Graduate Faculty

Full Members

Advani, Andrew - MBCHB, PhD
Agur, Anne - BSc, MSc, PhD
Al-Omran, Mohammed - MSc, MBBS
Alain, Claude - BA, MA, PhD
Bagby, Michael - BA, MA, PhD, PhD
Bagli, Darius Jehan - BS, MD
Baker, Andrew - MD, MD
Bapat, Bharati - BSc, MSc, PhD
Barr, Cathy - BSc, PhD
Bassett, Anne - BSc, MD
Batt, Jane - MD, PhD
Baxter, Nancy - DrMed, PhD
Beitchman, Joseph - BSc, MPH, MDCM
Belik, Jaques - MD
Billia, Filio - BSc, MSc, MD, PhD
Black, Sandra - BSc, MD
Boggild, Andrea - BSc, MSc, MD
Boileau, Isabelle - PhD
Bombardier, Claire - MA, MD
Booth, Gillian - MD
Boulianne, Gabrielle - BSc, PhD
Brooks, Dina - BSc(PT), MSc, PhD
Brown, Theodore - BSc, PhD
Caniggia, Isabella - MD, PhD
Cattral, Mark - MSc, BScMed, MD
Cattran, Daniel - MD
Chapman, Kenneth - MSc, MD
Chen, Jean - PhD
Chen, Robert - MB
Cherney, David - MD, PhD
Cheyne, Douglas - BSc, MA, PhD
Chow, Chung-Wai - MD, PhD
Croitoru, Ken - MDCM
Cypel, Marcelo - DrMed
Daskalakis, Jeff Daskalakis - MD
Davis, Karen - BSc, MSc, PhD
Dawson, Laura - MD
De Luca, Vincenzo - MD, PhD
Dorian, Paul - MSc, MDCM
Downar, Jonathan - MD
Dror, Yigal - MD
Drucker, Daniel - MD
Esplen, Mary Jane - BScN, MSN, PhD, RN
Eubanks, James - BSc, AA, PhD
Fantus, Ivan George - BSc, MDCM
Fehlings, Michael - LMCC, MD, PhD
Feinstein, Anthony - MBCHB, PhD
Feng, Zhong Ping - PhD
Fish, Jason - BSc, PhD
Fish, Joel Steven - BSc, MSc, MD
Fleshner, Neil - MPH, LRCP, MD
Floras, John - MD, DPhil
Frankland, Paul - MA, PhD
Fremes, Stephen - BA, MSc, MD
Gaisano, Herbert - BS, MD
Gallinger, Steven - MSc, MD
Gilbert, Richard - MBBS, PhD
Gladman, Dafna - MD
Gordon, Karen - DPhil
Graff-Guerrero, Ariel - MD
Granton, John - BS, MD
Hamani, Clement - DrMed, PhD
Hamilton, Jill - BSc, MSc, MD
Haroon, Nigil - MBBS, MD, PhD
Harrison, Robert - PhD, DSc
Hedley, David - MD
Heon, Elise - LMCC, MD
Herrmann, Nathan - MD
Hill, Sean - BA, PhD
Hodaie, Mojgan - BSc, MSc, MD
Hodges, Brian - BA, MEd, MD
Horner, Richard - BSc, PhD
Hudson, Christopher - BSc, PhD
Humar, Atul - MSc, MD
Husain, Mansoor - MB, MD
Irwin, Meredith - MD
Janssen, Harry - MD, PhD
Jarvi, Keith - MD
Jenkinson, Jodie - BA, MSc, PhD
Jeschke, Marc - DrMed, PhD
Jewett, Michael - LMCC, MD
Josselyn, Sheena - MA, PhD
Kaplan, Allan - AA, BA, MSc, MD
Kaplan, David - BA, PhD
Kapus, Andras - MD, PhD
Kassner, Andrea - MSc, PhD
Katzman, Debra - MD
Kennedy, James - MD
Kennedy, Sidney - DPsych, MBCHB, BAO
Keshavjee, Shaf - BA, MSc, LMCC, MD
Kim, Young-In - MD
Kingdom, John - DipCH, MB, MD
Kontos, Pia - BA, MA, PhD
Koritzinsky, Marianne
Lazarus, Alan - PhD
Lee, Douglas - DrMed, PhD
Leong-Poi, Howard - MD
Levinson, Wendy - BSc, MD
Levitan, Robert - MSc, MDCM
Levy, Gary - BSc, MD
Lewis, Gary - BCh, MBCHB
Li, Ren-Ke - MHSc, MSc, MD, PhD
Lindsay, Thomas - BSc, MSc, MDCM
Liu, Geoffrey - BSc, MSc, MD
Liu, Mingyao - MSc, MD (Director and Graduate Chair)
Lovett, Maureen - BSc, MSc, PhD
Lye, Stephen - BSc, PhD
Macdonald, Loch - MD, PhD
MacDonald, Russell - MD
Maki, Brian - BASc, MASc, PhD, PEng
Marsden, Philip - MD
Maunder, Robert - MD
McCart, Andrea - MSc, MD
McCrindle, Brian - MD
McDonald, Lynn - PhD
McIntosh, Anthony Randal - BSc, MSc, PhD
McIntyre, Roger - MD
McKee, Nancy - MD
Mckenzie, Kwame - MD
McNamara, Patrick - MB
Mikulis, David - BS, MD
Miller, Freda - BSc, PhD
Miller, Steven - MD
Milosevic, Michael - MD
Minassian, Berge - MDCM
Mizrahi, Romina - MD, PhD
Moe, Gordon - MD
Morrison, Laurie - BSc
Morshead, Cindi - BS, PhD
Mount, Howard - BSc, PhD (Coordinator of Graduate Studies)
Mueller, Daniel - MD
Mulsant, Benoit - MD
Naglie, Gary - BSc, MDCM
Nagy, Andras - PhD
Nanthakumar, Kumaraswamy - MD
Nathan, Paul - BA, MSc, MD
Nauth, Aaron - BSc, MSc, MD
Nolan, Robert - PhD
Osborne, Lucy - PhD
Palmert, Mark - MD
Parshuram, Christopher - MBCHB
Paus, Tomas - MD, PhD
Pei, York - MD
Perez Velazquez, Jose Luis - PhD
Piguet, Vincent - BM, DrMed, PhD
Pollock, Bruce - BSc, MD, PhD
Post, Martin - PhD
Prescott, Steven - BSc, MSc, MD, PhD
Rajji, Tarek - MD
Ravindran, Arun - PhD
Ray, Joel - MSc, MD
Reithmeier, Reinhart - BSc, PhD
Richards, Robin - BA, MD
Robinson, Lisa - MD
Rodin, Gary - BSc, MD
Ross, Heather - BSc, MD
Rotin, Daniela - BSc, MSc, PhD
Rotstein, Ori - MSc, MD
Ryan, Jennifer - BS, PhD
Salter, Michael - MD, PhD
Sandor, Paul - BASc, MD
Schimmer, Aaron - MD, PhD
Scholey, James - MD
Schweizer, Tom - BA, MSc, DPhil
Seed, Mike - MBBS
Semple, John - BSc, MSc, MD
Sgro, Michael - MD
Sherman, Philip - MD
Silverman, Earl - MD
Silverman, Melvin - BSc, MDCM
Siminovitch, Katherine - MD
Singer, Lianne - MD
Singer, Peter - MPH, MD
Sockalingam, Sanjeev - MD
Stewart, Donna - DPsych, MD
Strafella, Antonio - MD, PhD
Strauss, Bradley - MD
Sullivan, Frank - MD, PhD
Sun, Hong-Shuo - MSc, DrMed, DPhil
Swartz, Richard - BSc, MD, PhD
Sweezey, Neil - BSc, MD, MD
Tabori, Uri - MBBS
Tarlo, Susan - MBBS
Tartaglia, Carmela - BA, BSc, MDCM
Tator, Charles - MA, MD, PhD
Thorsteinsdottir, Halla - PhD
Tierney, Mary - BA, MA, PhD
To, Teresa - BSc, MSc, PhD
Trope, Graham - DOMS, LMCC, MD
Tymianski, Michael - BA, MD, PhD
Urowitz, Murray - MD
Valiante, Taufik - BSc, MD, PhD
Van Der Kooy, Derek - BSc, MA, PhD
Vasdev, Neil - PhD
Venkateswaran, Vasundara - BSc, MPH, MSc, PhD (Coordinator of Graduate Studies)
Verhoeff, Nicolaas - MD
Verma, Subodh - MSc, MD, PhD
Vincent, John - PhD
Voineskos, Aristotle - MD, PhD
Waddell, Thomas - MSc, LMCC, MD, PhD
Wedge, John - BSc, MD
Weksberg, Rosanna - MD, PhD
Wen, Xiao-Yan - PhD
Wittnich, Carin - MSc, DVM
Wong, Albert - MD, PhD
Wong, Chong Shun - MD
Wong, Ming F Agnes - DOMS, MD, PhD
Woo, Minna - MD
Woodside, Blake - BSc, MSc, MD
Woolridge, Nicholas - BFA, BSc, BFA, MSc
Wunder, Jay - BA, MSc, LMCC, MD
Yang, Victor - BASc, MASc, MD, PhD
Yeger, Herman - BSc, MScPhm, PhD
Yousef, George - MSc, MD, PhD
Yucel, Yeni - MD
Yuen, Darren - BSc, MD, PhD
Zadeh, Gelareh - BSc, DrMed, BScMed, DPhil
Zappitelli, Michele - MSc, MD
Zhang, Li - MSc, MD, PhD
Zhang, Liang - PhD
Zheng, Gang - MSc, PhD
Zimmermann, Camilla - MSc, MD

Members Emeriti

Burnham, Willets - PhD
Chan, Helen - MBBS
Daar, Abdallah Salim - MD
Toner, Brenda - BA, MA, PhD
Warsh, Jerry - MD

Associate Members

Agid, Ofer - MD
Akbari, Mohammad - MD, PhD
Alam, Fahad - BHSc(PT), MD
Anastakis, Dimitrios - BSc, MEd, MD
Andrade, Danielle - MSc, MD
Atri, Mostafa - MD
Bandiera, Glen - MD
Battaglia, Marco - BA, DrMed
Bernardini, Marcus - BSc, MSc, MD
Bezjak, Andrea - MS, MDCM
Bhalerao, Shree - MD
Boulos, Mark - BSc, MD
Campbell, Douglas - MD
Chan, Clara - LMCC, MD
Chauhan, Vijay - MD
Chavez, Sofia - BSc, MSc, PhD
Cheema, Asim - MBBS
Chepeha, Douglas - MD
Chertkow, Howard - MD
Cheskes, Sheldon - BSc, DrMed
Cheung, Amy - BA, MSc, MD
Chow, Edward - MBBS
Chung, Frances - MBBS
Chung, Jennifer - BEng, MD, MC
Cil, Tulin - BSc, MEd, DrMed
Connelly, Kim - MBBS, PhD
Crawley, Adrian - BA, PhD
Cushing, Sharon L. - BSc, MD
da Costa, Leodante - DrMed
de Perrot, Marc - MSc, MD
Desarkar, Pushpal - MD
Dlamini, Nomazulu - MBBS
Dryer, Marc - BA, MSc, MCS
Dueck, Andrew - BSc, MSc, DrMed
Dunkley, Benjamin - BSc, PhD
Fairn, Gregory - BSc, PhD
Faiz, Maryam - PhD
Farhat, Walid Abdelkarim - BSc, DrMed
Farzan, Faranak - BEng, PhD
Faughnan, Marie - MD
Ferguson, Sarah - BSc, MD
Finelli, Tony - BSc, MSc, MSc, PhD
Fischer, Corinne - MD
Forbes, Thomas - MD
French, Leon - BSc, MSc, PhD
Furlan, Andrea - MD, PhD
Giacobbe, Peter - MD
Ginsburg, Shiphra - MEd, MD
Gladdy, Rebecca - DrMed, PhD
Goldstein, Benjamin - MD
Gonska, Tanja - MD
Grunebaum, Eyal - MD
Guerguerian, Anne Marie - MD
Hahn, Cecil - MD
Hahn, Margaret - DrMed, PhD
Haider, Masoom - BM, MD
Hamilton, Robert - BSc, MD, PhD
Hassouna, Magdy - MSc, LMCC, LMCC, MBCHB, PhD
Heyn, Chris - MD, PhD
Horlick, Eric - MD
Howe, Kathryn - BSc, MD, PhD
Husain, Amna - LMCC, MD
Hutchison, Jamie - MD
Ibrahim, George - BS, MD, PhD
Jean-St-Michel, Emilie - MDCM
Juvet, Stephen - DrMed, PhD
Kahan, Meldon Mayer - MHSc, MD
Kahr, Walter - MD
Kamath, Binita - MBBS
Kertes, Peter - MD
Khalvati, Farzad - MASc, PhD
Kiang, Michael - MD, PhD
Kim, Dong Hwan (Dennis) - MD, PhD
Kohut, Sara Helena Ahola - BA, MA, PhD
Korczak, Daphne - BS, MD
Kreindler, David - MD
Kridel, Robert - DrMed, PhD
Krzyzanowska, Monika - MPH, MD
Kutryk, Michael - MD
Lai, Meng-Chuan - MD, PhD
Lee, Jacques - MSc, MD
Lee, Jason - BSc, MHPE, MD
Li, Madeline - MD
Librach, Clifford - MD
Lin, Vincent - MD
Lipsman, Nir - BS, MD, PhD
Luk, Cynthia Theresa - MD, PhD
MacRae, Helen - BSc, MA, MD
Mah, Linda - MHSc, MD
Mahmud, Farid - MD
Mahmutoglu, Saadet - MD
Mailis-Gagnon, Angela - MSc, MD
Mak, Susanna - MD, PhD
Malinowski, Ann - BScN, MSc, MD
Mamdani, Muhammad - DP
Martinu, Tereza - MD
Mathur, Sunita - BSc(PT), MSc(PT), PhD
Maxwell, Cynthia - AB, MD
McDonald, Michael - BSc, MD
Melamed, Nir - MSc, MD
Menon, Mahesh - PhD
Mital, Seema - MBBS
Montandon, Gaspard - MSc, PhD
Mucsi, Istvan - MD, PhD
Muise, Aleixo - MD
Narang, Indra - MBBS
Nikolova, Yuliya - BA, PhD
Nyhof-Young, Joyce - PhD
O'Brien, Mary Ann - DipP, BHSc(PT), MSc, PhD
Okrainec, Allan - MHPE, MD
Ouzounian, Maral - BSc, MDCM, PhD
Palmer, Cathryne - MS
Parsons, Janet - BSc(PT), BA, MSc, PhD
Popovic, Milos - DipIng, PhD
Propst, Evan - BA, MSc, MD
Qadura, Mohammad - BS, MD, PhD
Ralhan, Ranju - ScD
Regehr, Cheryl - AB, MA, PhD
Richter, Peggy - MD
Rizvi, Sakina - BSc, MASc, PhD
Rosewall, Tara - MS
Rusjan, Pablo - PhD
Scales, Damon - MD
Selzner-Malekkiani, Nazia - MSc, PhD
Selzner, Markus - MD, PhD
Serghides, Lena - BSc, PhD
Shafiee Nyestanak, Mohammad - MD
Sholzberg, Michelle - BSc, DrMed
Silversides, Candice - MSc, MD
Singh, Krishna - BSc, MSc, PhD
Spence, Erik - PhD
Strug, Lisa - BS, BA, SM, PhD
Tan, Darrell - BSc, MD, PhD
Taylor, Valerie - MD
Thavendiranathan, Paaladinesh - BSc, MSc, MD
Unger, Sharon - MD, MD
Wadey, Veronica - BSc, BEd, MSc, MD
Wasserstein, David - BSc, MSc, MD
Wentlandt, Kirsten - BSc, MHSA, MD, PhD
Windrim, Rory - MB
Wong, Jean - MD
Wong, Rebecca - MBCHB
Wu, Robert - MSc, MD
Yunusova, Yana - MS, MA, PhD
Zai, Clement - BSc, MSc, PhD
Zinman, Lorne - MSc, MD

Medical Science: Biomedical Communications MScBMC

​Master of Science in Biomedical Communications​

Program Description

The MScBMC is a two-year, course-based professional graduate program that prepares students for careers in the visual communication of science, medicine, and health. Students in this interdisciplinary program explore the use of images, interactive technologies, and animation/simulation to effectively communicate complex science and health topics to a range of audiences.

The program offers two fields: Biomedical Media Design and Biomedical Visualization Design. Students take the same courses in Year 1 and then choose their field at the start of the Summer session between Year 1 and Year 2.

 

Field: Biomedical Media Design

Minimum Admission Requirements

  • Applicants are admitted under the General Regulations of the School of Graduate Studies. Applicants must also satisfy the Institute of Medical Science's additional admission requirements stated below.

  • Graduation from a recognized university with an appropriate four-year bachelor's degree that includes a variety of courses in the arts, sciences, and humanities.

  • Minimum mid-B standing in the final two years of undergraduate study. Prerequisite courses: English (or an effective writing substitute); a humanities or social science course; biology; cell and molecular biology and/or histology; introductory physiology.

  • At least one third- or fourth-year undergraduate course, or graduate course, from one or more of the following subject areas: Biochemistry, Cell Biology, Embryology, Genetics, Histology, Immunology, Molecular Biology, Pharmacology, or Physiology.

  • A high-quality portfolio of visual material; consult the MScBMC website for guidance.

Program Requirements

  • Coursework. Students must complete 8.5 full-course equivalents (FCEs) including:

    • in Year 1, complete 5.5 FCEs: MSC 1001Y, MSC 2001Y, MSC 2003Y, MSC 2004H, MSC 2009H, MSC 2012Y, and MSC 2020H

    • in Year 2, complete 1.0 FCE: MSC 2002H and MSC 2018H+

    • complete at least 1.0 FCE chosen from MSC 2006H, MSC 2008H, MSC 2015H, and MSC 2016H

    • complete 1.0 FCE chosen from MSC 2007H, MSC 2011H, MSC 2013Y, MSC 2019H, and MSC 2022H (or any other appropriate graduate course[s]).

  • Students must complete MSC 2025Y Master's Research Project for BMC.

Program Length

6 sessions full-time (typical registration sequence: F/W/S/F/W/S)

Time Limit

3 years​

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

 

Field: Biomedical Visualization Design

Minimum Admission Requirements

  • Applicants are admitted under the General Regulations of the School of Graduate Studies. Applicants must also satisfy the Institute of Medical Science's additional admission requirements stated below.

  • Graduation from a recognized university with an appropriate four-year bachelor's degree that includes a variety of courses in the arts, sciences, and humanities.

  • Minimum mid-B standing in the final two years of undergraduate study.

  • At least one third- or fourth-year undergraduate course, or graduate course, from one or more of the following subject areas: Biochemistry, Cell Biology, Embryology, Genetics, Histology, Immunology, Molecular Biology, Pharmacology, or Physiology.

  • A high-quality portfolio of visual material; consult the MScBMC website for guidance.

Program Requirements

  • Coursework. Students must complete 8.5 full-course equivalents (FCEs) as follows:

    • in Year 1, students must complete 5.5 FCEs: MSC 1001Y, MSC 2001Y, MSC 2003Y, MSC 2004H, MSC 2009H, MSC 2012Y, and MSC 2020H

    • in Year 2, complete 1.0 FCE: MSC 2002H and MSC 2018H+

    • complete 1.5 FCEs: MSC 2015H, MSC 2016H, and MSC 2017H

    • complete 0.5 elective FCE chosen from MSC 2007H, MSC 2011H, MSC 2019H, and MSC 2022H (or any other appropriate graduate course[s]).

  • Students must complete MSC 2025Y Master's Research Project for BMC.

Program Length

6 sessions full-time (typical registration sequence: F/W/S/F/W/S)

Time Limit

3 years​

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

Medical Science: Biomedical Communications MScBMC Courses

Consult the Faculty of Medicine each session regarding course offerings.

Required Courses

​MSC 10​01Y
​Human ​Anatomy
​MSC 2001Y
​Visual Representation of Medical Knowledge
​MSC 2002H
​Sequential Medical Communication
​MSC 2003Y
Biomedical Communications Technologies​
​MSC 2004H
​Research Methods
​MSC 2009H
​Ethics and Professionalism in Biomedical Communications
​MSC 2012Y
​Neuroanatomy for Visual Communication
​MSC 2018H​+
​Visual Representation of Processes in Human Pathology
MSC 2020H Visual Representation of Biomolecular Structure and Function
MSC 2025Y Master's Research Project for BMC

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

Elective Courses

Students are encouraged to take at least one of their electives in a graduate program other than Biomedical Communications.

MSC 2005H Evolution of Medical Illustration
​MSC 2006H
​Advanced Media Design Technologies
MSC 2007H
​Visual Synthesis of Medical/Scientific Process
​MSC 2008H
​Community-Centred Design Research
​MSC 2011H
​Special Topics in Biomedical Communications
MSC 2013Y Master's Research Project and Paper
MSC 2014H Fundamentals of Scripting for Health Science Communication
​MSC 2015H
​Interpretive Visualization: Cinematic Design an​d Preproduction
​MSC 2016H
​Visualization Methods
​MSC 2017H
Visualization Technology​
​MSC 2019H
​​Information and Data Visualization in Science and Medicine
MSC 2022H Graphic Medicine Seminar

Medical Science: Medical Radiation Sciences MHSc

Effective August 31, 2019, this program has closed.

Master of Health Science

Program Description

The MHSc in Medical Radiation Sciences is designed for expert radiation therapy clinicians who wish to expand their academic competence and contributions and advance their clinical, professional, and research skills. The program offers three pathways: a clinical pathway, a leadership pathway, and a research pathway, each comprising coursework (required and elective), experience-based immersive practica, and a master's research project. These elements are designed to provide foundational radiation medicine content, expand clinical and reasoning skills, and further develop the skills of inquiry, innovation, knowledge translation, and evidence-based practice.

Courses will run primarily online and adjacent to regular working hours—mornings and early evenings—with the exception of the practica in the final year that may require more dedicated time within the regular work week, depending on the learner's chosen pathway.

The program is delivered in either a two-year full-time or three-year extended full-time (EFT) curriculum.

 

MHSc Program (Two-Year Full-Time Option)

Minimum Admission Requirements

  • Applicants are admitted under the General Regulations of the School of Graduate Studies. Applicants must also satisfy the graduate unit's additional admission requirements stated below.

  • Hold certification in the applicant's relevant jurisdiction and provide evidence of eligibility for professional registration in Ontario where necessary.

  • Have completed a recognized bachelor's degree in medical radiation sciences or in an equivalent field.

  • Have ​obtained a minimum average grade of B+ over the final two years of full-time undergraduate studies.

  • Have performed a minimum of 900 hours of professional practice within two years of application.

  • Supporting documentation:

    • ​​Three referee letters (following the process outlined on the application web page​).

    • A letter of intent that outlines the applicant's intended pathway, which can be confirmed or changed at the time of acceptance into the program.

    • An updated curriculum vitae (CV).

    • Original university academic transcripts.

    • For applicants planning to complete their program at a department or institution that is not an affiliated teaching hospital of the University of Toronto: documentation providing evidence of departmental support is necessary to attest to the organization's ability and willingness to provide the necessary internal support for the practicum and master's research project (including time, expertise, and resources). Applicants must submit the Evidence of Departmental Support for Non-Affiliated Organizations form.

  • ​English-language proficiency. 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 one of the following English-language proficiency tests. (See amendment made on September 19, 2019.)

    • ​​​Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL): a minimum score of 580 on the paper-based test and 5 on the Test of Written English (TWE); a minimum of 93 on the Internet-based test and 22 on the writing/speaking sections.

    • International English Language Testing System (IELTS): minimum score of 7.0.

    • Certificate of Proficiency in English (COPE): minimum score of 76.

    • Academic Preparation Course, International ESL Program, School of Graduate Studies: minimum final grade of B in Level 60.

Program Requirements

Practica and research project topics will be according to the chosen pathway and guided and monitored by the faculty supervisory committee for each student. Additional details of how these courses are customized per pathway can be found in the course descriptions.

This option is for students who wish to complete the program in a two-year, six-session format.

Clinical Pathway
  • Year 1: complete 4.0 full-course equivalents (FCEs) as follows:

    • MSC 1500H, MSC 1502H, MSC 1503H, MSC 1504H, MSC 1506H, MSC 1508H, MSC 1515H, and one 0.5 FCE elective.

  • Year 2: complete 4.0 FCEs as follows:

    • Fall session:

      • MSC 1512H and MSC 1507H;

    • Winter and Summer sessions:

      • two practicum courses: MSC 1510Y and MSC 1511Y;

      • a major research project: MSC 1509H.

Research Pathway
  • Year 1: complete 4.0 FCEs as follows:

    • MSC 1500H, MSC 1502H, MSC 1503H, MSC 1504H, MSC 1506H, MSC 1508H, MSC 1515H, and one 0.5 FCE elective.

  • Year 2: complete 4.0 FCEs as follows:

    • Fall session:

      • ​​MSC 1512H, MSC 1507H, and MSC 6000H;

    • Winter and Summer sessions:

      • ​two practicum courses: MSC 1510Y and MSC 1511Y;

      • a major research project: MSC 1509H.

Professional Leader​ship Pathway
  • ​Year 1: complete 4.0 FCEs as follows:

    • ​ MSC 1503H, MSC 1504H, MSC 1506H, MSC 1508H, MSC 1513H, MSC 1514H, MSC 1515H, and one 0.5 FCE elective.

  • ​​​Year 2: complete 4.0 FCEs as follows:

    • MSC 1507H, MSC 1512H, and one 0.5 FCE elective;​

    • two practicum courses: MSC 1510Y and MSC 1511Y;

    • a major research project: MSC 1509H.​

Program Length

6 sessions (typical registration sequence: F/W/S/F/W/S)

Time Limit

3 years full-time

 

MHSc Program (Three-Year Extended Full-Time Option)

This option is designed for working professionals who wish to complete the degree over an extended period. It covers the equivalent of the two-year, six-session program, but over a three-year or nine-session period.

Minimum Admission Requirements

  • Applicants are admitted under the General Regulations of the School of Graduate Studies. Applicants must also satisfy the graduate unit's additional admission requirements stated below.

  • Hold certification in the applicant's relevant jurisdiction and provide evidence of eligibility for professional registration in Ontario where necessary.

  • Have completed a recognized bachelor's degree in medical radiation sciences or in an equivalent field.

  • Have ​obtained a minimum average grade of B+ over the final two years of full-time undergraduate studies.

  • Have performed a minimum of 900 hours of professional practice within two years of application.

  • Supporting documentation:

    • ​​Three referee letters (following the process outlined on the application web page​).

    • A letter of intent that outlines the applicant's intended pathway, which can be confirmed or changed at the time of acceptance into the program. Applicants should indicate why they wish to pursue this three-year option.

    • An updated curriculum vitae (CV).

    • Original university academic transcripts.

    • For applicants planning to complete their program at a department or institution that is not an affiliated teaching hospital of the University of Toronto: documentation providing evidence of departmental support is necessary to attest to the organization's ability and willingness to provide the necessary internal support for the practicum and master's research project (including time, expertise, and resources). Applicants must submit the Evidence of Departmental Support for Non-Affiliated Organizations form.

  • ​English-language proficiency. 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 one of the following English-language proficiency tests. (See amendment made on September 19, 2019.)

    • ​​​Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL): a minimum score of 580 on the paper-based test and 5 on the Test of Written English (TWE); a minimum of 93 on the Internet-based test and 22 on the writing/speaking sections.

    • International English Language Testing System (IELTS): minimum score of 7.0.

    • Certificate of Proficiency in English (COPE): minimum score of 76.

    • Academic Preparation Course, International ESL Program, School of Graduate Studies: minimum final grade of B in Level 60.

Program Requirements

Practica and research project topics will be selected according to the chosen pathway and guided and monitored by the faculty supervisory committee for each student. Additional details of how these courses are customized per pathway can be found in the course descriptions.

Clinical Pathway
  • Year 1: complete 3.0 full-course equivalents (FCEs) as follows:

    • MSC 1502H, MSC 1503H, MSC 1504H, MSC 1506H, MSC 1507H, and MSC 1512H.

  • Year 2: complete 3.5 FCEs as follows:

    • MSC 1500H, MSC 1515H, and MSC 1508H;

    • practicum course: MSC 1510Y (extends into the Fall session);

    • two 0.5 FCE electives (1.0 FCE total).

  • Year 3: complete 1.5 FCEs as follows:

    • ​a major research project: MSC 1509H (0.5 FCE);

    • practicum course: MSC 1511Y.

Research Pathway
  • Year 1: complete 3.0 FCEs as follows:

    • MSC 1502H, MSC 1503H, MSC 1504H, MSC 1506H, MSC 1507H, and MSC 1512H.

  • Year 2: complete 3.5 FCEs as follows:

    • ​MSC 1500H, MSC 1515H, and MSC 1508H;

    • practicum course: MSC 1510Y (extends into the Fall session);

    • one 0.5 FCE elective;

    • an independent study course: MSC 6000H.

  • ​​Year 3: complete 1.5 FCEs as follows:

    • a major research project: MSC 1509H (0.5 FCE);

    • practicum course: MSC 1511Y.

Professional Leader​ship Pathway
  • Year 1: complete 3.5 FCEs as follows:

    • ​MSC 1503H, MSC 1504H, MSC 1506H, MSC 1507H, MSC 1512H, MSC 1513H, and MSC 1514H.

  • Year 2: complete 3.0 FCEs as follows:

    • MSC 1515H, MSC 1508H, and two 0.5 FCE electives;​

    • practicum course: MSC 1510Y (extends into the Fall session);

  • Year 3: complete 1.5 FCEs as follows:

    • ​​a major research project: MSC 1509H;​

    • ​​​practicum course: MSC 1511Y.

Program Length

9 sessions (typical registration sequence: F/W/S/F/W/S/F/W/S)

Time Limit

3 years

Medical Science: Medical Radiation Sciences MHSc Courses

Effective August 31, 2019, this program has closed.

​MSC 1500H
​Advanced Radiotherapy and Medical Physics​
​MSC 1502H
Emerging Tools for Precision Medicine in Oncology​
​MSC 1503H
​Clinical Reasoning and Decision Making in Radiotherapy Part I
​MSC 1504H
Clinical Reasoning and Decision Making in Radiotherapy Part II​
​MSC​ 1506H
Professional and Clinical Leadership I: Making the Leader​
​MSC 1507H
​Clinical Competence and Continuous Learning
​MSC 1508H
Medical Radiation Sciences Research Development​
​MSC 1509H
Master's Research Project​
​MSC 1512H
​Improving Cancer Outcomes With Survivorship Research​
​​MSC 1513H
Seminars in Cancer Care Leadership​
MSC 1514H​
Professional and Clinical Leadership II: Influencing the System​
MSC 1515H​ A Quality Health System from Micro to Macro: Perspectives for Cancer Care
​​MSC 6000H
​Special Topics Reading Course

​Internship Courses

​MS​C 1510Y​​​
Practicum I​​
​MSC 1511Y
​​​​​Practicum II​

Medical Science: Medical Science MSc

Master of Science

Program Description

The MSc program is available in a wide range of basic sciences, clinical sciences, and population health research. Under the mentorship of a faculty member, a student receives specialized training and exposure to Toronto's finest multidisciplinary research. Students conduct research in one of six fields: Bioethics; Biomedical Science; Clinical Science; Health Professions Education; Population Health/Health Services; and Radiation Oncology.

The program emphasizes hands-on research, rather than coursework. Faculty conduct research in the following areas: cardiovascular sciences, bioethics, neuroscience, membrane biology, respiratory medicine, and psychosomatic medicine. The Institute of Medical Science (IMS) is the graduate unit of choice for MDs seeking training as clinician investigators, and graduates may seek positions as academics and health-care professionals in universities, government, and industry. The IMS participates in the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons Clinical Investigator Program (CIP).

Minimum Admission Requirements

  • ​Applicants are admitted under the General Regulations of the School of Graduate Studies. Applicants must also satisfy the Institute of Medical Science's additional admission requirements stated below.
  • An appropriate BSc or an MD degree from a recognized university and academic credentials and background preparation appropriate to the field of study. Qualified university graduates with a professional health science degree (e.g., MD, BScN) or an undergraduate arts and science degree of appropriate background who wish to pursue graduate studies in basic or clinical biomedical sciences are encouraged to apply.

  • Applicants lacking adequate background in biological, natural, or social sciences may be required to take undergraduate or graduate courses considered necessary to provide a proper basis for their research.

  • A- average in the final year of undergraduate study and an A– cumulative average over three of the four total years of study.

  • 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 one of the following English language proficiency tests. (See amendment made on September 19, 2019.)

    • ​​​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 100/120 on the Internet-based test and 22/30 on the writing and speaking sections.

    • International English Language Testing System (IELTS): minimum score of 7.5.

    • Certificate of Proficiency in English (COPE): minimum score of 5.

Program Requirements

  • Coursework. Students must complete 1.0 graduate full-course equivalent (FCE) in addition to MSC 1010Y0 MSc Student Seminars.

  • A research thesis and oral thesis examination.

  • Students are expected to be on campus and participating full-time until all program requirements are completed.

Program Length

6 sessions full-time (typical registration sequence: F/W/S/F/W/S)

Time Limit

3 years full-time

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

Medical Science: Medical Science PhD

Doctor of Philosophy

Program Description

The PhD program is available in a wide range of basic sciences, clinical sciences, and population health research. Under the mentorship of a faculty member, a student receives specialized training and exposure to Toronto's finest multidisciplinary research. Students conduct research in one of six fields: Bioethics; Biomedical Science; Clinical Science; Health Professions Education; Population Health/Health Services; and Radiation Oncology.

The program emphasizes hands-on research, rather than coursework. Faculty conduct research in the following areas: cardiovascular sciences, bioethics, neuroscience, membrane biology, respiratory medicine, and psychosomatic medicine. The Institute of Medical Science (IMS) is the graduate unit of choice for MDs seeking training as clinician investigators, and graduates may seek positions as academics and health-care professionals in universities, government, and industry. The IMS participates in the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons Clinical Investigator Program (CIP).

Applicants may enter the PhD program via one of three routes: 1) following completion of an MSc degree with an MSc thesis; 2) transfer from the IMS MSc program; or 3) direct entry following completion of an appropriate BSc or MD degree.

 

PhD Program

Minimum Admission Requirements

  • Applicants are admitted under the General Regulations of the School of Graduate Studies. Applicants must also satisfy the Institute of Medical Science's additional admission requirements stated below.

  • Applicants whose primary language is not English, and who graduated from a university where the language of instruction was not English, must demonstrate facility in the English language through the successful completion of one of the following English language proficiency tests. (See amendment made on September 19, 2019.)

    • ​​​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 100/120 on the Internet-based test and 22/30 on the writing and speaking sections.

    • International English Language Testing System (IELTS): minimum score of 7.5.

    • Certificate of Proficiency in English (COPE): minimum score of 5.

  • Applicants may be accepted into the PhD program after completing an MSc degree (with an MSc thesis) with at least A– standing from a recognized university.

Program Requirements

  • Coursework. Students must complete a minimum of 2.0 graduate full-course equivalents (FCEs) as follows:

    • A minimum 1.0 graduate FCE.

    • MSC 1011Y0 PhD Student Seminars in Translational Research (1.0 FCE, if credit for MSC 1010Y has not been obtained previously).

    • Students may be required to take extra courses in addition to the degree requirements.

  • A research thesis must be submitted and the student must pass an internal examination before proceeding to the Doctoral Final Oral Examination conducted by the School of Graduate Studies.

  • At the end of Year 3, students must have completed all program requirements exclusive of the thesis research in order to achieve candidacy.

  • Students are expected to be on campus and participating full-time until all program requirements are completed.

Program Length

4 years

Time Limit

6 years

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

 

PhD Program (Transfer)

Transfer Requirements

  • Applicants may be accepted into the PhD program via transfer from the University of Toronto MSc program. Outstanding students may be considered for reclassification/transfer into the PhD program without writing an MSc thesis.

Program Requirements

  • Students must complete 4.0 graduate full-course equivalents (FCEs) as follows:

    • 1.0 graduate FCE with a minimum A– average.

    • MSC 1010Y0 MSc Student Seminars in Translational Research (1.0 FCE).

    • If recommended by the Program Advisory Committee, the student will be evaluated in an oral transfer examination within 18 to 21 months of initial graduate registration. Alternatively, the Exam Committee may decide that the student must complete the MSc degree before being considered for admission to the PhD program.
    • The successful applicant will enter the PhD program and complete:

      • 1.0 additional FCE

      • MSC 1011Y0 PhD Student Seminars (1.0 FCE, if credit for MSC 1010Y has not been obtained prior to transfer).

  • A research thesis must be submitted and the student must pass an internal examination before proceeding to the Doctoral Final Oral Examination conducted by the School of Graduate Studies.

  • At the end of Year 3, students must have completed all program requirements exclusive of the thesis research in order to achieve candidacy.

  • Students are expected to be on campus and participating full-time until all program requirements are completed.

Program Length

5 years

Time Limit

7 years

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

 

PhD Program (Direct-Entry)

Minimum Admission Requirements

  • Applicants are admitted under the General Regulations of the School of Graduate Studies. Applicants must also satisfy the Institute of Medical Science's additional admission requirements stated below.

  • Applicants whose primary language is not English, and who graduated from a university where the language of instruction was not English, must demonstrate facility in the English language through the successful completion of one of the following English language proficiency tests. (See amendment made on September 19, 2019.)

    • ​​​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 100/120 on the Internet-based test and 22/30 on the writing and speaking sections.

    • International English Language Testing System (IELTS): minimum score of 7.5.

    • Certificate of Proficiency in English (COPE): minimum score of 5.

  • Students are accepted via direct entry into the PhD program after completing an appropriate BSc or an MD degree, without completing an MSc degree.

Program Requirements

  • Students must pass a qualifying examination within 18 to 21 months of entry.

  • Students must complete a minimum of 3.0 graduate full-course equivalents (FCEs) as follows:

    • A minimum of 2.0 graduate FCEs.

    • MSC 1011Y0 PhD Student Seminars in Translational Research (1.0 FCE).

    • Students may be required to take extra courses in addition to the degree requirements.

  • A research thesis must be submitted and the student must pass an internal examination before proceeding to the Doctoral Final Oral Examination conducted by the School of Graduate Studies.

  • At the end of Year 4, students must have completed all program requirements exclusive of the thesis research in order to achieve candidacy.

  • Students are expected to be on campus and participating full-time until all program requirements are completed.

Program Length

5 years

Time Limit

7 years

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

Medical Science: Medical Science MSc, PhD Courses

Not all courses are offered each year. Check the departmental website for course availability.

JCR 1000Y
An Interdisciplinary Approach to Global Challenges
JCV 1060H
Developmental Cardiovascular Physiology
​JCV​ 3060H
Advanced Topics in Cardiovascular Sciences—Molecular Biology and Heart Signal Transduction​
​JCV 3061H
Advanced Topics in Cardiovascular Sciences—Hormones​ and the Cardiovascular System
​JCV 3062H
Advanced Topics in Cardiovascular Sciences—Heart Function​
​JCV 3063H
Advanced Topics​ in Cardiovascular Sciences—​Vascular​
JCV 3065H
Advanced Topics​ in Cardiovascular Sciences—​Systems Biology
JDB 1024Y
Topics in Developmental Biology (MSc)
JDB 1025H
Developmental Biology (PhD)
JDB 1026Y
Student Seminars in Developmental Biology (PhD)
​JFK 1120H
Selected Topics in Drug Development I​
​JFK 1121H
Selected Topics in Drug Development II​
JNP 1014Y
Interdisciplinary Toxicology
JNP 1016H
Graduate Seminar in Toxicology
JNP 1017H+
Current Topics in Molecular and Biochemical Toxicology
JNP 1018H+
Molecular and Biochemical Basis of Toxicology
​​​​JNR 1444Y
​Fundamentals of Neuroscience—Cellular and Molecular​
​JNS 1000Y
​Fundamentals of Neuroscience—Systems and Behaviour​
JPM 1005Y
Behavioural Pharmacology​
​JTB 2010H
​Proteomics and Functional Genomics
​JTB 2020H
Applied Bioinformatics
​MSC 1001Y
Human Anatomy​​
​MSC 1006H
​Neuroanatomy
​MSC 1008Y
​Advanced Human Embryology and Teratology
​MSC 1010Y0
​MSc Student Seminars in Translational Research (Credit/No Credit)
​MSC 1011Y0
​PhD Student Seminars in Translational Research (Credit/No Credit)
​MSC 1040H
​Physiologic Basis of Disease
​MSC 1081H
​Studies in Schizophrenia
​MSC 1084H
​Glomerular Based Diseases—Bench to Bedside
​MSC 1085H
​Molecular Approaches to Mental Health and Addictions
​MSC 1086H
​Integrative Perspectives in Consciousness and Self-Awareness
​MSC 1087H
​Neuroimaging Methods Using Magnetic Resonance Imaging​
MSC 1088H
​Brain Positron Emission Tomography
​MSC 1089H
​The Biopsychosocial Basis of Mental Health and Addictive Disorders
MSC 1090H
Introduction to Computational Biostatistics with R
MSC 2003Y
Biomedical Communications Technologies
​MSC 2010Y
​Molecular Medicine in Human Genetic Disease
​MSC 2020H
​Visual Representation of Biomolecular Structure and Function (prerequisites: MSC 1001Y, MSC 2001H, MSC 2003Y)
​​​MSC 3001H
​Foundations in Musculoskeletal Science​
​MSC 4001H
​Foundations in Resuscitation Science Research
​MSC 6000H
​Special Topics Reading Course
​MSC 7000Y
Regenerative Medicine

+ 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.

Medical Science: Health Research GDipHR

Graduate Diploma in Health Research

Program Description

The Graduate Diploma in Health Research provides a select group of medical students high-quality training in health research in order to understand, interpret, and apply the rapid changes in the scientific underpinnings of health care. Future physicians will gain skills relevant to contributing to health-related studies in their future careers, some of whom will become leaders of health research. Taken concurrently with the MD program, the Graduate Diploma in Health Research aims to engage medical students in health research with the intent to develop applicable knowledge and skills that will inform and support a future career in any field of health research.

Minimum Admission Requirements​

  • Diploma students must meet the School of Graduate Studies minimum admission requirements for master's-level diploma programs. Applicants must be enrolled, and in good academic standing, in Year 1 of the MD program of the Faculty of Medicine of the University of Toronto.

  • Applicants must submit the following:

    • ​​​​curriculum vitae (CV)

    • a personal statement explaining their interest in the program

    • a description of a research project they are interested in

    • written confirmation of Good Standing in the MD program (letter from the program, signed by the Registrar or Vice-Dean

    • undergraduate and/or graduate academic transcripts.

Program Requirements

  • ​Students must complete a total of 2.5 full-course equivalents (FCEs) as follows:

    • ​​​​Two required courses (2.0 FCEs):

      • MSC 1991Y0 Supervised Research Project (Credit/No Credit)

      • MSC 1992Y0 Research Skills for the Physician-Scientist (Credit/No Credit).

    • 0.5 elective FCE selected from an approved list. Substitution of any other graduate-level course relevant to the student's research course but not found on the approved list will require completion of a course exemption form signed by the Institute of Medical Science's Graduate Coordinator. The selection of the course will be done in consultation with the Program Director.

  • Students must maintain good academic standing in the MD program throughout.

Program Length

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

Time Limit

8 sessions part-time

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

Medical Science: Health Research GDipHR Courses

Core Courses

​​MSC 1991Y0
​Supervised Research Project (Credit/No Credit)
MSC 1992Y0
Research Skills for the Physician-Scientist (Credit/No Credit)

Approved Elective Courses by Graduate Unit

Health Policy, Management and Evaluation (Dalla Lana School of Public Health)

​​HAD 5301H
​Introduction to Clinical Epidemiology and Health Care Research
HAD 5744H
Introduction to Health Econometrics
​HAD 6760H
Introduction to Health Services Research Theory and Methods
​MHI 3000H
Independent Reading for Health Informatics

Laboratory Medicine and Pathobiology (Faculty of Medicine)

LMP 1006H
​Cellular Imaging in Pathobiology
LMP 1017H
Tissue Injury, Repair, and Regeneration
​LMP 1019H
Research Techniques in Molecular Biology and Pathology
​LMP 1020H
Inflammation, Immunity, and Immunopathology of Atherosclerosis
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 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

Medical Science (Faculty of Medicine)

​​JCV 3060H
​Advanced Topics in Cardiovascular Sciences—Molecular Biology and Heart Signal Transduction
JCV 3061H
Advanced Topics in Cardiovascular Sciences—Hormones and the Cardiovascular System
​JCV 3062H
Advanced Topics in Cardiovascular Sciences—Heart Function
​JCV 3063H
Advanced Topics in Cardiovascular Sciences—Vascular
MSC 1002H
Overview of Methods in Practices and Contexts
MSC 1003H
Information, Media, and Communication Literacy for the Sciences
MSC 1081H
Studies in Schizophrenia
MSC 1084H
Glomerular Based Diseases—Bench to Bedside
MSC 1087H
Neuroimaging Methods Using Magnetic Resonance Imaging
MSC 1088H
Brain Positron Emission Tomography
MSC 1089H
The Biopsychosocial Basis of Mental Health and Addictive Disorders