PROGRAM PROFILE

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University of Toronto - Medical Microbiology - Toronto

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CONTACT INFORMATION

Program Director

Dr. Tony Mazzulli

CONTACT

Postgraduate Coordinator

Paula Nixon

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HIGHLIGHTS
  • Large volume and wide spectrum of clinical material

  • There are opportunities for interprovincial and international electives while training in our program

  • There are no mandatory rural rotations

  • The ratio of resident to faculty is 1 to 7

  • Residents have access to electronic medical resources through the hospitals and the University of Toronto library system

  • Research is especially emphasized during training. Residents are expected to give presentations of their projects at the annual Departmental Research Day



Toronto Highlights

  • Completing your residency with us means you will be based in a world-class, vibrant, multi-cultural city.

  • Our downtown historic St. George campus will place you in the heart of Canada’s largest health care network undertaking innovative medical research.

  • The Greater Toronto Area (GTA) can fulfill any interest from professional sports, to literature. We have a bustling theatre scene, a leading fashion design industry and much more.

  • Cosmopolitan gems like Chinatown, The Gay Village, Little Italy, the Annex and Kensington Market blend with the natural beauty of Toronto Island, the Scarborough Bluffs and Mississauga’s Greenbelt.

  • Often identified as one of the world’s “most livable cities,” Toronto was ranked as one of the world’s “best places to live” in a report by The Economist Intelligence Unit.


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GENERAL INFORMATION

Program application language: English


Our program seeks to equip trainees to be the microbiology leaders of the future. Accordingly, we are looking for a cohort of residents that are committed to a career in medical microbiology, keen to advance its evolving role in patient care and are capable of learning, understanding and integrating the large volume of material required.


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FAQ

For further information about the program, please contact the Postgraduate Education Officer at lmp.pg@utoronto.ca.