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 elearning, 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.
Three program options are available: Honours in Translational and Molecular Medicine, Integrated Honours BSc/MSc in Biochemistry, Cellular and Molecular Medicine, Microbiology and Immunology or Neuroscience, and the Integrated BSc/PhD program in the same disciplines.
For the Integrated Honours BSc/MSc, all the requirements for admission for the Honours BSc in Translational and Molecular Medicine must be met along with minimum admission average of 8.0 (CGPA) and an admission interview.
The French immersion stream is available with this program.
Basis of admission: two full years of study in a BSc. (60 units)
|TMM 3009||Biomedical Research Laboratory||9 Units|
|TMM 3101||Molecular Biology and Inherited Disorders||3 Units|
|TMM 3102||Proteins: Structure, Function and Disease||3 Units|
|TMM 3103||Metabolic Pathways of Human Diseases||3 Units|
|TMM 3104||Cellular Basis of Disease||3 Units|
|TMM 3300||Selected Topics in Translational and Molecular Medicine||3 Units|
|TMM 4906||Life in a Lab I||1.5 Units|
|TMM 4907||Life in a Lab II||1.5 Units|
|TMM 4950||Science Communication||3 Units|
|TMM 5900||Research Project||12 Units|
|MED 8166||Professionalism and Professional Skills|
|3 course units from:||3 Units|
|Physiology of Sensation, Regulation Mechanisms, Movement and Reproduction|
|Physiological Regulation of Intake, Distribution, Protection and Elimination|
|Immunity and Infectious Diseases|
|Introduction to Neurobiology|
|Introduction to high-throughput and systems biology methods relevant to diseases|
|Selected Topics in Translational and Molecular Medicine|
|3 units of seminar courses from the list depending on the discipline of the Master's Degree||3 Units|
|Seminar for MSc Students|
|THM 7999||Master's Thesis|
|6 optional course units from the 5000 and 8000 level||6 Units|
|6 elective course units from another faculty 1||6 Units|
PHI 2396 is strongly recommended.