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Faculty of Medicine
Department of Medicine

The Department of Medicine at the University of Toronto is one of the oldest departments of its kind in North America, dating back to the founding of the School of Medicine in 1843.

Now, the Department of Medicine is one of the largest in North America, with 800 full-time faculty members, 1,000 postgraduate trainees, and 20 sub-specialty divisions located across six fully-affiliated hospitals, four community-affiliated hospitals and more than a dozen additional clinical practice sites. One third of Canada’s, and one half of Ontario’s, internal medicine specialists received their training here.

The Department of Medicine is a research powerhouse that generates new knowledge with the goal of meaningfully impacting internal medicine training and the care and health outcomes of patients and their families.

Dr. Paul Dorian Cardiology Research and Education Award

The fund will support city-wide research and education activities for cardiology trainees and faculty, including but not limited to support for resident research opportunities, journal clubs, visiting lectures, academic half-days, fellowship support and other academic activities.

Clinical Immunology and Allergy Research and Education Fund

This fund will support our vision to pay it forward to the next generation of allergists and immunologists by enhancing the learning experience of our trainees and providing unparalleled research and education opportunities.

Clinical Pharmacology and Toxicology Research and Education Fund

This fund will support trainee travel for world-wide elective opportunities. This fund will be specifically used to advance the educational experiences of trainees who plan academic careers in Clinical Pharmacology and Toxicology throughout Canada.

Critical Care Research and Education Fund

This fund will support our vision to pay it forward to the next generation of critical care physicians by enhancing the learning experience of our trainees and providing unparalleled research and education opportunities.

Dermatology Postgraduate Program Fund

With investment in novel care pathways and technology, it is the Division of Dermatology’s goal to create training opportunities for “virtualist dermatologists” with expertise in virtual care, machine learning, and technology evaluation. This fund will support vital research enabling dermatology physicians to shape the future of our profession and improve the health of our communities.

Emergency Medicine Research and Education Fund

This fund will support education scholarship and cutting-edge research being done by Emergency Medicine residents and faculty with the aim of improving the quality of care and the patient experience in a constrained environment.

Endocrinology & Metabolism Research and Education Fund

With a commitment in the Endocrinology & Metabolism divisional strategic plan to expand our fellowship programs, and a richness of opportunities in Toronto, and this fund will support the Division of Endocrinology & Metabolism’s clinical and research fellowship programs.

Dr. E. Jan Irvine Fund for Gastroenterology Resident Research and Education

This fund will support an extended clinical research residency, which will provide an additional third year of focused research training. Our goal is to use this specialized program to attract the best and brightest prospective gastroenterology researchers from across Canada to our training program.

General Internal Medicine Research and Education Fund

This fund will support trainees participating in clinical and health services research, quality improvement and medical education research, with the aim of being able to offer a fellowship in GIM Research.

Geriatric Trainee Trust Fund

This fund will support the Division of Geriatric Medicine’s goal to enhance the training experience of learners, support the growth of the division, and to increase new knowledge creation through research, quality improvement and educational scholarship.

Hematology Research and Education Fund

This fund will support early-career faculty to nurture ideas with strong potential to impact the health of patients with blood disorders.

Infectious Disease Trust Fund

This fund will support the next generation of infectious diseases innovators through activities including but not limited to funding research performed by early faculty, as supporting an annual named lectureship and initiating a clinical training Fellowship in Emerging Infectious Disease Threats.

Medical Oncology Trainee Project Fund

This fund will support early stage trainees to undertake medical oncology-focused projects with the aim of attracting them to a career in medical oncology and supporting their development as academic and community leaders of the future.

Nephrology Postgraduate Program

This fund will offer nephrologists the ability to expand their knowledge and research, with the aim of training the next generation of professionals, educators and researchers.

Neurology Residency Program fund

This fund will support our vision to pay it forward to the next generation of neurologists by enhancing the learning experience of our trainees and providing unparalleled research and education opportunities.

Occupational Medicine Research and Education fund

This fund will support collaborative and interdisciplinary research and education in occupational medicine with the ultimate aim of creating an endowed Chair in Occupational Medicine.

Palliative Medicine Research and Education Fund

This fund will support our vision to pay it forward to the next generation of palliative medicine physicians by enhancing the learning experience of our trainees and providing unparalleled research and education opportunities.

Physical Medicine and Rehab Research and Education fund

This fund will support opportunities for our trainees and faculty that will facilitate vital research, enabling PM&R physicians to shape the future of our profession and improve the health of our communities.

Respirology Divisional Research and Education Fund

This fund will provide a stable source of funding to support individuals in our training programs to pursue their area of specialized interest to improve their clinical, teaching or research skills, to the benefit of our division and society as a whole.

Rheumatology Research and Education Fund

This fund will support our vision to pay it forward to the next generation of rheumatologists by enhancing the learning experience of our trainees and providing unparalleled research and education opportunities.

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