Pre-Medicine

UNIVERSITY : Redeemer University College

COURESE : Pre-Medicine

DURATION :

Pre-Medicine

Overview

Students planning to apply to a medical school usually take a concentration in Biology and Chemistry. This can be done by completing a major in biology or a general science group major. A four-year program with a major in biology is recommended as the best preparation for medical study.
To be eligible for the first year science/biology program students should complete Grade 12 university-preparation courses in the following:

  • Biology
  • Chemistry
  • Calculus

The requirements for the general science group major at Redeemer are as follows:

  • Biology 121, 122; two courses from 231, 241, 252, 265; two courses from 341, 342, 362;
  • Chemistry 121, 122, 263, 264;
  • Physics 121 and 122.
  • Cognates are Mathematics 121, 122, 201 or 215; Philosophy 342.
 

QA/QC in the Pharmaceutical Industry

UNIVERSITY : Red River College

COURSE : QA/QC in the Pharmaceutical Industry

DURATION : 1 YEAR

QA/QC in the Pharmaceutical Industry

Overview

This program provides instruction in the concept of quality assurance in a manufacturing environment that is controlled by good manufacturing practices, quality systems, and regulatory agencies.
Take this program if you have a diploma in science or a Bachelor of Science. You will be introduced to the following topics and concepts:

  • Regulatory agencies
  • Documentation
  • Validation
  • Deviations
  • Corrective and preventative actions
  • Auditing
  • Inspection

Through practical training, you will learn analytical instrumental techniques, calibration of common laboratory equipment, and laboratory testing of raw materials and finished products as performed by a Quality Control laboratory.

 

MRI and Spectroscopy

UNIVERSITY : Red River College

COURSE : MRI and Spectroscopy

DURATION :1 YEAR

MRI and Spectroscopy

Overview

This program was created in partnership with Canada`s National Research Council Institute for Biodiagnostics (IBD) and several clinical facilities across Canada. It is an international educational program for qualified medical radiation technologists who wish to excel in the fast-growing field of magnetic resonance.

The program provides state-of-the-art education on magnetic resonance (MR) instrumentation, methodologies, and techniques. You will learn how to be effective in the operation of the instruments, proficient in producing high-quality images, and will contribute significantly to optimal utilization of the MR equipment.

To provide you with a quality clinical experience, some training sites may be located outside of Manitoba. You will receive information on placement sites when you are accepted into the program.

This program prepares you to write the National Certification examinations, which is the standard set by the Canadian Association of Medical Radiation Technologists (www.camrt.ca) and by the American Registry for Radiological Technologists.

 

Biomedical Communications - MScBMC

UNIVERSITY : University of Toronto

COURSE : Biomedical Communications - MScBMC

DURATION :

Biomedical Communications - MScBMC

Overview

The Institute of Medical Science serves as the primary graduate unit for the clinical departments of the Faculty of Medicine. We offer a wide range of stimulating, research-intensive Master of Science and Doctor of Philosophy programs in basic sciences, clinical sciences, and population health research. Under the mentorship of one of our faculty members you will receive specialized training and exposure to Toronto’s finest cutting-edge multidisciplinary research. Our faculty are accomplished researchers located throughout the UofT Health Sciences Complex, including Hospital Research Institutes, and the Faculty of Medicine campus. Qualified university graduates with a professional health sciences degree (e.g. MD, BScN) or an undergraduate Arts and Science degree of appropriate background that wish to pursue graduate studies in basic or clinical biomedical sciences are encouraged to apply for admission. Our graduates have been appointed to instrumental positions as academics and health care professionals in universities, government and industry.

Choose to develop your research training in a dynamic and nurturing environment, with a guaranteed minimum student stipend. We look forward to hearing from you!

The Master of Health Science in Bioethics is designed for practitioners wishing to augment their knowledge and skills in bioethics. It provides the theoretical, methodological, and applied skills requisite for health care professionals to face the bioethical challenges posed by modern health care. The program is a course-only, professional master’s degree program. Students interested in a research-stream program should consider the Collaborative Program in Bioethics (CPB).

The Master of Science in Biomedical Communications is a two-year professional master`s program involving the artist/visual communicator in medical and health education and research. The program offers two fields: Biomedical Media Design and Biomedical 3-D Visualization Design.

Master of Science and Doctor of Philosophy programs are available in a wide range of basic sciences, clinical sciences, and population health research. Under the mentorship of a faculty member, a student receives specialized training and exposure to Toronto’s finest multidisciplinary research.
Students conduct research in one of four streams:

  1. biomedical science
  2. clinical science
  3. health systems/services
  4. population health

The full-time MSc and PhD programs emphasize hands-on research, rather than course work. Graduates may seek positions as academics and health care professionals in universities, government, and industry. The Institute of Medical Science (IMS) is the graduate unit of choice for MDs seeking training as clinician investigators.

 

Medical Radiation Science - MHSc

UNIVERSITY : University of Toronto

COURSE : Medical Radiation Science – MHSc

DURATION :

Medical Radiation Science - MHSc

Overview

The Institute of Medical Science serves as the primary graduate unit for the clinical departments of the Faculty of Medicine. We offer a wide range of stimulating, research-intensive Master of Science and Doctor of Philosophy programs in basic sciences, clinical sciences, and population health research. Under the mentorship of one of our faculty members you will receive specialized training and exposure to Toronto’s finest cutting-edge multidisciplinary research. Our faculty are accomplished researchers located throughout the UofT Health Sciences Complex, including Hospital Research Institutes, and the Faculty of Medicine campus. Qualified university graduates with a professional health sciences degree (e.g. MD, BScN) or an undergraduate Arts and Science degree of appropriate background that wish to pursue graduate studies in basic or clinical biomedical sciences are encouraged to apply for admission. Our graduates have been appointed to instrumental positions as academics and health care professionals in universities, government and industry.

Choose to develop your research training in a dynamic and nurturing environment, with a guaranteed minimum student stipend. We look forward to hearing from you!

The Master of Health Science in Bioethics is designed for practitioners wishing to augment their knowledge and skills in bioethics. It provides the theoretical, methodological, and applied skills requisite for health care professionals to face the bioethical challenges posed by modern health care. The program is a course-only, professional master’s degree program. Students interested in a research-stream program should consider the Collaborative Program in Bioethics (CPB).

The Master of Science in Biomedical Communications is a two-year professional master`s program involving the artist/visual communicator in medical and health education and research. The program offers two fields: Biomedical Media Design and Biomedical 3-D Visualization Design.

Master of Science and Doctor of Philosophy programs are available in a wide range of basic sciences, clinical sciences,and population health research. Under the mentorship of a faculty member, a student receives specialized training and exposure to Toronto’s finest multidisciplinary research.
Students conduct research in one of four streams:

  1. biomedical science
  2. clinical science
  3. health systems/services
  4. population health

The full-time MSc and PhD programs emphasize hands-on research, rather than course work. Graduates may seek positions as academics and health care professionals in universities, government, and industry. The Institute of Medical Science (IMS) is the graduate unit of choice for MDs seeking training as clinician investigators.

 

Laboratory Medicine and Pathobiology - MSc, PhD

UNIVERSITY : University of Toronto

COURSE : Laboratory Medicine and Pathobiology - MSc, PhD

DURATION :

Laboratory Medicine and Pathobiology - MSc, PhD

Overview

The graduate Department of Laboratory Medicine and Pathobiology offers excellent research training programs that address the nature and molecular mechanisms of human disease. There are over 130 graduate faculty on campus and at university teaching hospitals who conduct studies and teach courses related to pathobiology and supervise students in the PhD and MSc program. The department provides a unique academic research environment that encourages interaction among clinicians, scientists and student trainees. Graduate students can gain an excellent understanding of how discoveries in basic and clinical research settings lead to more effective strategies in the treatment of human illness.
Laboratory Medicine and Pathobiology provides a curriculum of courses and a broad-based multidisciplinary approach to research in mechanisms of human disease leading to Master of Science and Doctor of Philosophy degrees. The program emphasizes:

  1. Bone and Matrix Pathobiology
  2. Cancer
  3. Vascular and Cardiovascular Pathobiology
  4. Immunopathology, Lymphatics and Transplantation
  5. Neuropathobiology and Endocrine Disorders
  6. Microbiology and Infectious Disease

Research Foci

  • Antimicrobial Resistance: Surveillance and Mechanisms
  • Bone and Connective Tissue Diseases including Disorders of Mineral Metabolism
  • Cancer Pathogenesis and Prevention
  • Cardiovascular Disease
  • Cell-Matrix Interactions
  • Development: Cell Cycle, Differentiation, Signalling
  • Diabetes
  • Endocrine and Neuroendocrine Disorders
  • Hematopathology and Transfusion Medicine
  • Immunopathology and Transplantation
  • Inflammatory Disorders
  • Lipid Disorders
  • Lymphatic Pathobiology
  • Microbial Pathogenesis
  • Molecular Biomarkers
  • Neurodegenerative Disorders
  • Proteomics and Bioinformatics
  • Protein Structure and Function
  • Toxicology
  • Translational Research
  • Vascular Cell Biology
  • Viral Diseases
 

Pathology and Experimental Medicine (MSc) (Collaborative)

UNIVERSITY : University of Ottawa

COURSE : Pathology and Experimental Medicine (MSc) (Collaborative)

DURATION :

Pathology and Experimental Medicine (MSc) Collaborative)

Overview

The Faculty of Medicine offers graduate programs leading to the master`s (MSc) degrees in several disciplines.
The objective of the Pathology and Experimental Medicine collaborative program is to provide graduate students with the knowledge and skills to examine the basic mechanisms of disease pathology, and to develop new strategies for prevention and treatment. The degree awarded specifies the primary program and indicates “specialization: Pathology and Experimental Medicine.”
The program operates within the framework of the “General Regulations” of the Faculty of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies (FGPS), which are posted on the FGPS website.

 

Dentistry MSc

UNIVERSITY : University of Alberta

COURSE : Dentistry MSc (Course)

DURATION : 2 YEAR

Dentistry MSc (Course)

Overview

Department Profile Note: The information provided is for promotional purposes and is subject to change. Always consult the department website and the University Calendar for the most up-to-date information.

Areas of Research
Clinical Pathological Studies of Oral Diseases

  • Growth and Development
  • Orthodontics
  • Oxidative Stress and Oral Carcinogenesis
  • Periodontal Disease
  • TMD/Orofacial Pain
 

Medicine (Master)

UNIVERSITY : University of Alberta

COURSE : Medicine

DURATION : 3 YEAR

Medicine

Overview

About the Department

  • program in Experimental Medicine provides cutting-edge research onbiomedical mechanisms, health informatics, health outcomes, clinicaltrials, and other health-related fields
  • opportunities for graduate research on other translational health-related topics
  • students publish original research findings in high-impact journals andtravel to international meetings to present them
  • graduates are offered postdoctoral positions in many research laboratories around the world
  • Department of Medicine was a major participant in the discoveries ofthe world-renowned Edmonton Protocol, a ground-breaking advance in thetreatment of severe type 1 diabetes that reduced or even abolished therequirement for daily insulin injections
 

Pharmacology MSc (Thesis)

UNIVERSITY : University of Alberta

COURSE : Pharmacology MSc (Thesis)

DURATION : 3 YEAR

Pharmacology MSc (Thesis)

Overview

Note: The information provided is for promotional purposes and is subject to change. Always consult the department website and the University Calendar for the most up-to-date information.

Areas of Research

  • Cardiovascular Pharmacology
  • Diabetes
  • Molecular Pharmacology
  • Neuropharmacology and Neurochemistry
 

Medical Microbiology and Immunology (Master)

UNIVERSITY : University of Alberta

COURSE : Medical Microbiology and Immunology

DURATION : 4 YEAR

Medical Microbiology and Immunology

Overview

About the Department

  • strong research-focused department centered around the main themes of immunology, virology and bacteriology
  • increasing multidisciplinary interactions between the groups in these areas
  • graduate students contribute to both the basic science and the social sides of the department
  • well-rounded program extending beyond research, including teachingopportunities, career development and participation in departmentcommittees
 

Medical Genetics MSc (Thesis)

UNIVERSITY : University of Alberta

COURSE : Medical Genetics MSc (Thesis)

DURATION : 3 YEAR

Medical Genetics MSc (Thesis)

Overview

About the Department

  • leading genetic discoveries involving simple and complex diseases and how genetic alterations lead to human diseases
  • exciting new projects in the areas of cancer, chromosome structure andepigenetics, developmental defects, gene discovery, genetic toxicology,metal transport, mitochondrial and ocular disorders
  • newly renovated state-of-the-art facilities
  • physically integrated with the Medical Genetics Clinic, and Cytogenetic and Molecular Diagnostic Laboratories
  • a friendly environment with lots of opportunities for both scientificand social interactions with departmental colleagues
 

Laboratory Medicine and Pathology (Master)

UNIVERSITY : University of Alberta

COURSE : Laboratory Medicine and Pathology

DURATION : 2.5 YEAR

Laboratory Medicine and Pathology

Overview

About the Department

  • multidisciplinary research environment
  • collaborations between clinical and basic research faculty
  • modern research laboratories and state-of-the-art instrumentation and resources
  • opportunity for graduate students to develop and apply their teaching skills
  • graduate courses providing students with fundamental and practicaltools to succeed in graduate research and future careers
 

Medical Biophysics M.Sc

UNIVERSITY : The University of Western Ontario

COURSE : Medical Biophysics M.Sc

DURATION :

Medical Biophysics M.Sc

overview

an honours degree or equivalent, in a related field for the M.Sc. program and a Master`s degree in Medical Biophysics or related field for the Ph.D. program
Each application is considered on its merits, but the normal prerequisite for admission is an honors bachelor`s degree with at least a B+ standing (minimum 78%). Students who have a general course or pass degree without subsequent studies usually cannot be accepted without first taking a qualifying year
every student from overseas whose first language is not English must take ONE of: TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) examination and obtain a score of at least 550; IELTS (International English Language Testing Service of the British Council) and receive a score of at least 6 OR MELAB (Michigan English Language Assessment Battery) of the University of Michigan and receive a score of 85 overall with a minimum of 80 on each of parts 1, 2 and 3.

 

Family Medicine M.Cl.Sc

UNIVERSITY : The University of Western Ontario

COURSE : Family Medicine M.Cl.Sc

DURATION :

Family Medicine M.Cl.Sc

overview

a. Student applicants are required to have a "B" standard in their undergraduate work, to have successfully completed an MD program, and to have completed the residency training in Family Medicine that leads to certification by the College of Family Physicians of Canada or its equivalent in other countries around the world. (Eligibility requires completion of a recognized residency program or five years in family practice).

b. While It is desirable that the students have some clinical practice experience before entering the program, Interested individuals with a clear career track in academic family medicine may be admitted to the program following the completion of their residency training program. Applicants will no longer require an Ontario general licence/educational licence as any clinically associated work will be conducted in their home setting

c. every student from overseas whose first language is not English must take ONE of: TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) examination and obtain a score of at least 550; IELTS (International English Language Testing Service of the British Council) and receive a score of at least 6 OR MELAB (Michigan English Language Assessment Battery) of the University of Michigan and receive a score of 85 overall with a minimum of 80 on each of parts 1, 2 and 3.

 

Master of Science in Pharmacology and Therapeutics (MSc)

UNIVERSITY : The University of British Columbia

COURSE : Master of Science in Pharmacology and Therapeutics (MSc)

DURATION :

Master of Science in Pharmacology and Therapeutics (MSc)

Overview

The graduate program in Pharmacology wasestablished in 1951, and currently includes programs in cardiovascular pharmacology, neuropharmacology, viral pharmacology, free radical biology, and drug development. Additional training programs exist in therapeutics, evidence-based medicine, and clinical investigation. The pharmacology graduate program has strengths in basic science as well as translational research.
The graduate program in Pharmacology is acomponent of the newly formed Department of Anesthesiology, Pharmacology & Therapeutics, and formalizes the Department`s historical research and academic interactions. Within this new structure, additional research programs reflecting the close association between the disciplines of anesthesiology,pharmacology, and therapeutics are now available. Courses in pharmacology are taught at the undergraduate science, medical, dental, and graduatelevels.
The program adheres to an `apprenticeship`model of graduate training, in which graduate students work in close collaboration with a faculty member who is also their graduate supervisor. The program has strengths in projects covering a wide range of scientific andclinical areas of investigation. The primary aim of our graduate training program is to provide students with the skills necessary to conduct research in pharmacology and therapeutics thatcan be published in first-rate journals. Thus, an important factor in an applicant`s admissibility is a matching of research and professional interests of the student and a faculty memberwithin the program.

 

Master of Science in Pathology and Laboratory Medicine (MSc)

UNIVERSITY : The University of British Columbia

COURSE : Master of Science in Pathology and Laboratory Medicine (MSc)

DURATION : 5 YEAR

Master of Science in Pathology and Laboratory Medicine (MSc)

Overview

Experimental Pathology refers to research in any area of biomedical investigation that is relevant to human disease. Since it is necessary to understand the normal working of the system to fully define the changes associated with disease, the areas represented at UBC cover a wide range of fields and approaches. Work at all levels of biological organization is involved, from protein to lipoprotein biochemistry and molecular biology through cell and tumour biology, animal models for studies on pulmonary and cardiovascular pathophysiology and viral and bacterial infection processes, to clinical studies on human population and the AIDS epidemic. Projects suitable for graduate research are active in all these areas; current research funding awarded to faculty within the Department of Pathology exceeds $6 million annually.

General Information

Experimental Pathology refers to research in any area of biomedical investigation that is relevant to human disease. Since it is necessary to understand the normal working of the system to fully define the changes associated with disease, the areas represented at UBC cover a wide range of fields and approaches. Work at all levels of biological organization is involved, from protein to lipoprotein biochemistry and molecular biology through cell and tumour biology, animal models for studies on pulmonary and cardiovascular pathophysiology and viral and bacterial infection processes, to clinical studies on human population and the AIDS epidemic. Projects suitable for graduate research are active in all these areas; current research funding awarded to faculty within the Department of Pathology exceeds $6 million annually.

 

Medicine (Master)

UNIVERSITY : Memorial University of Newfoundland

COURSE : Medicine

DURATION : 2 YEAR

Medicine

Overview

The Faculty of Medicine offers graduate degrees in nine programareas: Applied Health Services Research, Cancer, Cardiovascular andRenal Sciences, Clinical Epidemiology, Community Health, Masters ofPublic Heath, Genetics, Immunology, and Neurosciences.
Each program area has a coordinator who is responsible tocommunicate the interests of the programs to the Faculty ofMedicine Graduate Studies Committee and participates in theadmission of graduate students into the graduate program inMedicine.

 

Medical Sciences (Master)

UNIVERSITY : Dalhousie University

COURSE : MEDICAL SCIENCES

DURATION :

MEDICAL SCIENCES

Overview:

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION

This program is designed for persons who will become clinical specialists, but who plan careers as clinician scientists.
The program allows the MD graduate to concentrate primarily on thesis research in Medical Sciences and to bridge the gap between clinical and basic medical research. In addition, the program offers training in clinical research, which is not otherwise formally offered at this University. Residents enrolled in the Medical Sciences Program may also register for the Clinician Investigator Program (CIP)
concurrently, but there is no requirement to do so.

 

Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery MD/MSc

UNIVERSITY : Dalhousie University

COURSE : Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery MD/MSc

DURATION :

Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery MD/MSc

Overview

The six-year program in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery and Medicine which starts on June 1st each year is designed to provide students with a comprehensive background for the practice and teaching of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, and to qualify them for examination by the Royal College of Dentists of Canada.
Particular emphasis is placed upon the basic sciences, medicine and clinical hospital surgery practice.

 

Periodontics MSc

UNIVERSITY : Dalhousie University

COURSE : Periodontics MSc

DURATION : 3 YEAR

Overview

A three-year Masters in Periodontics program will begin July 2011. This program is designed to train clinicians for the specialty practice of periodontics, using an evidence-based approach.

Program emphases:

  • Variety of clinical experiences
  • Thoroughness of patient evaluation
  • Accuracy in diagnosis and treatment planning
  • Evidenced-based approach to treatment
  • Participation in a research project

You will be trained to the level of proficiency in management of patients in need of:

  • Treatment for a variety of periodontal diseases and mucogingival defects,
  • Treatment for Temporomanddiular Joint Disorders (TMDs),
  • Dental implant therapy and conscious sedation.

As graduates, you will be eligible to take

  • Fellowship exams for the Royal College of Dentists of Canada in Periodontics
  • American Board of Periodontology Exams.
 

Master of Science Program

UNIVERSITY : Dalhousie University

COURSE : Prosthodontics MSc/MASc

DURATION : Overview

Master of Science Program

Students will take seven required courses in prosthodontics including a research based thesis course. Two of these courses are full year, evidenced-based seminar/literature review courses. One is a half year evidenced-based seminar/literature review course. The other three courses are clinical courses involving patient treatment. In addition, students will be required to take three graduate level courses (selected in consultation with their thesis advisor and their thesis committee members and approved by the Graduate Program Director and the Faculty of Dentistry Graduate Programs Curriculum Sub-committee) primarily from the graduate courses offered by the School of Biomedical Engineering. The other faculty/school involved must also approve the student`s participation in the elective courses.

Master of Applied Science Program (Biomedical Engineering)

Completion of 5 full classes in Graduate Prosthodontics and a total of 6 half-credit classes (3 full-credits) in Biomedical Engineering to be chosen in consultation with a school advisor. It is expected that a minimum of four of these classes will be taken from the suite of 5000-level courses offered by the School of Biomedical Engineering. A research thesis representing original work by the student will be carried out under joint supervision of a faculty member of the School of Biomedical Engineering (who is also a member of the Faculty of Graduate Studies). The student must also undertake a satisfactory oral defense of the research thesis.
The individual student determines the area of study for their thesis. However, there is an opportunity to work as a member of a team in areas of ongoing research conducted at the Faculty of Dentistry and the School of Biomedical Engineering.
Each student will normally have a supervisory committee consisting of the Graduate Coordinator, the thesis supervisor, and other faculty members. The supervising committee will meet at least twice a year (including September following admission), or when called by any member of the committee or the student.

 

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