The Bachelor of Science with Honours in Translational and Molecular Medicine (TMM) is a unique collaborative effort between the Faculty of Medicine’s researchers and its affiliated institutes. The program integrates theoretical and practical courses with e-learning, offering students an enriching educational environment and exposing them to innovative research throughout their studies. TMM offers the largest number of advanced laboratories for an undergraduate program in Canada. Students are taught by both basic scientists and clinicians, providing them with the skillsets required to perform cutting-edge biomedical research.

Basis of admission: two full years of study in a BSc60 Units
TMM 3009Biomedical Research Laboratory9 Units
TMM 3101Molecular Biology and Inherited Disorders3 Units
TMM 3102Proteins: Structure, Functions and Diseases3 Units
TMM 3103Metabolic Pathways of Human Diseases3 Units
TMM 3104Cellular Basis of Disease3 Units
6 course units from:6 Units
Physiology of Sensation, Regulation, Movement and Reproduction
Physiological Regulation of Intake, Distribution, Protection and Elimination
Immunity and Infectious Diseases
Introduction to Neurobiology
Statistical and Computational Methods for Molecular Medicine and Genomics
Selected Topics in Translational and Molecular Medicine
TMM 4012Honours12 Units
TMM 4950Science Communication3 Units
3 advanced methodology course units from:3 Units
Advanced Methods in Biomedical Research - Special Topics
Advanced Methods in Biomedical Research - Cell Biology and Microscopy
Advanced Methods in Biomedical Research - Biochemistry and Biophysics
Advanced Methods in Biomedical Research - Nucleic Acids
Advanced Methods in Biomedical Research - Flow Cytometry
Advanced Methods in Biomedical Research - Epigenetics and Genomics
Advanced Methods in Biomedical Research - Electrophysiology
Advanced Methods in Biomedical Research - Microbiology
Advanced Methods in Biomedical Research - Proteomics
9 optional course units from the list of optional courses9 Units
6 elective course units from another faculty 16 Units
Total: 120 Units

Note(s) 

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PHI 2396 is strongly recommended.

List of Optional Courses

CMM 4350Principles of Neurobiology3 Units
PHA 4107Introductory Pharmacology - Drugs and Living Systems3 Units
PHS 4300Pathophysiology3 Units
TMM 3107Statistical and Computational Methods for Molecular Medicine and Genomics3 Units
TMM 4101Introduction to Cancer Biology3 Units
TMM 4102Regenerative Medicine3 Units
TMM 4103Research Methods in Metabolic Diseases3 Units
TMM 4104Systems Biology: Gene Regulatory Networks in Disease3 Units
TMM 4105Neurological Diseases3 Units
TMM 4106Model Systems of Disease3 Units
TMM 4107Viral Pathogenesis3 Units
TMM 4108Bacterial Diseases3 Units
TMM 4300Selected Topics in Biomedical Research3 Units
TMM 4301Special Topics in Biochemistry1.5 Units
TMM 4302Special Topics in Epidemiology1.5 Units
TMM 4303Special Topics in Neuroscience1.5 Units
TMM 4304Special Topics in Infectious Diseases1.5 Units
TMM 4910Advanced Methods in Biomedical Research - Special Topics1.5 Units
TMM 4911Advanced Methods in Biomedical Research - Cell Biology and Microscopy1.5 Units
TMM 4912Advanced Methods in Biomedical Research - Biochemistry and Biophysics1.5 Units
TMM 4913Advanced Methods in Biomedical Research - Nucleic Acids1.5 Units
TMM 4914Advanced Methods in Biomedical Research - Flow Cytometry1.5 Units
TMM 4915Advanced Methods in Biomedical Research - Epigenetics and Genomics1.5 Units
TMM 4916Advanced Methods in Biomedical Research - Electrophysiology1.5 Units
TMM 4917Advanced Methods in Biomedical Research - Microbiology1.5 Units
TMM 4918Advanced Methods in Biomedical Research - Proteomics1.5 Units