Master of Science (M.Sc.) Experimental Surgery (Non-Thesis) (45 credits)
This M.Sc. in Experimental Surgery (Non‐Thesis) offers graduate‐level training program in core fundamentals of modern surgical research. The program is based primarily on academic course work and short projects. It is designed to be flexible and provide students the opportunity to gain core disciplines while allowing training opportunities in more specific areas such as global surgery, innovation, education or as the interest of the students dictates. The individual research interests of the faculty include a wide spectrum, from injury, repair, recovery, global surgery, tissue engineering, transplantation, fibrosis, cancer and stem cell biology, biomechanics, organ failure, to surgical simulation, surgical innovation, surgical education and evaluative/outcomes research. Importantly, project(s) is performed in a collaborative spirit with basic and clinician scientists working together using interdisciplinary approaches to solve the most challenging problems in the field of surgery. Students will be given the opportunity to acquire core skills on statistics, knowledge management, biomedical research, epidemiology as well as education, global surgery and innovation.
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Please note: Program Requirements - students in the MSc Non-Thesis program must register for a minimum of 12 credits per term to maintain full-time status
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