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Faculty of Medicine
Department of Laboratory Medicine and Pathobiology

Investigating disease. Impacting health.

The Department of Laboratory Medicine and Pathobiology (LMP) occupies a special place at the interface between basic biomedical science and clinical practice. The interactions between these spheres provide an incredible opportunity to translate new knowledge into improved health outcomes for patients and populations.

From providing patient diagnosis and treatment recommendations to investigating fundamental causes and mechanisms of disease, our students, faculty and alumni are actively engaged in solving relevant and pressing problems in our discipline.

With your help, we look forward to enhancing our programs and expanding our reach to improve the lives of Canadians and the lives of people throughout the world. Make an investment in LMP today and become a catalyst to improve human health tomorrow.

Farber Distinguished Visiting Lecture

A dedicated pathologist, biochemist and educator, Professor Emeritus Farber was a pioneer in cancer research, a world-renowned experimental pathologist, and the former Chair of U of T’s Department of Pathology (1975–1985). With the support of Dr. Farber’s family, friends, former trainees and colleagues, the Department of Laboratory Medicine and Pathobiology will welcome a Farber Distinguished Visiting Lecturer to U of T, giving our students and trainees the opportunity to learn from some of the very best academics and researchers in the world.

Richard G. Hegele Award for Excellence in Research and Innovation

To be awarded annually to a faculty member in the Department of LMP, in recognition of original research, invention, or creative professional activity that improves our understanding of mechanisms of disease or advances clinical practice relevant to the discipline.

Clinical Biochemistry Trust Account

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