STEP 1 of 4



Browse and Search Funds

Faculty of Medicine

The mission of the Faculty of Medicine is to prepare future health leaders, contribute to our communities, and improve the health of individuals and populations through the discovery, application and communication of knowledge.

Collaboration is part of the fabric of medical education and research at U of T. For Amol and me, it began as medical students here and we never dreamed we'd cross career paths again through the Clinician Scientist program. It's been a pleasure to be able to work together, along with our colleague Moira and other dedicated Faculty members, to help address one of today's greatest problems in clinical care through the creation of the Gemini registry.

Our work is only possible thanks to the space and resources the generous support of donors like you provide. For this, I will always be incredibly grateful.

Dr. Fahad Razak
Assistant Professor
Faculty of Medicine

Faculty of Medicine Boundless Campaign

Nothing is more important than our health — both as individuals, and as a society. Thanks to support from donors like you, the Faculty of Medicine is driving health care forward by preparing the next generation of health-care leaders and unravelling the mysteries behind the world's most complex diseases.

Dean's Excellence Fund

The Dean's Excellence Fund is dedicated to the Dean's top priorities as they relate to advancing research and preparing future health leaders. Donors to this fund are supporting faculty, students, and the core programs that face funding challenges, but are critical in improving health care now and into the future.

Anatomy Lab Renovation Fund

Anatomy instruction has long been at the core of medical education — solidifying knowledge of the human body in a way a textbook never could. Each year, the Faculty of Medicine's anatomy laboratory serves close to 2,000 learners: not only medical students, but also trainees, fellows, and students from other disciplines, such as dentistry and the rehabilitation sciences sector. Despite the central role of dissection in medical education and the high demand for the facilities, the anatomy laboratory has not been upgraded since it was first built 50 years ago. Your support will dramatically increase the lab's capabilities and maximize access for students.

Specific Program

Please specify the designation in the "Additional Information" box on the checkout page

Medicine Class of 7T7 Boundless Promise Award


For more information, please contact us:

Donations Management
J. Robert S. Prichard Alumni House
21 King's College Circle
Toronto ON M5S 3J3