Collaborative Specialization

Emily SirotichFaculty of Medicine departments promote intellectual breadth, multidisciplinary research and wide interaction among their students through participating in the rich array of collaborative specialization available at the University of Toronto.  Collaborative specialization students complete their master’s or doctoral degree requirements, plus the requirements of the collaborative specialization, which often consist of seminar course and major project or thesis in the area of research.  Collaborative specialization allow students the opportunity to focus on research through the sharp and intense perspective of new thinking and research.

The Faculty of Medicine is the ‘Lead’ Faculty for the following collaborative specialization:

Biomedical Toxicology

Cardiovascular Sciences

Developmental Biology

Human Development

Musculosketal Sciences


Resuscitation Sciences