The Institutional Strategic Initiatives portfolio increases the University of Toronto’s capacity to support large-scale, high-impact interdisciplinary research

Recent ISI news

Mitacs funding to facilitate connection between industry and DSI Summer Undergraduate Data Science students

The umbrella funding for 30 internships is a reflection of the commitment by both DSI and Mitacs to equip industry and organizations, researchers and students with opportunities and skills needed to harness the power of data in real world applications.

Weeneebayko Area Health Authority works to transform health care with support of UHN

Transform HF, a U of T institutional strategic initiative focused on digital innovation for heart failure care, is also supporting efforts to bring health care closer to home for the region's communities
Pipette with magenta fluid

Medicine by Design, CCRM launch alliance to bolster Canada’s leading position in regenerative medicine

Medicine by Design and CCRM are launching a new strategic alliance that aims to unlock Toronto’s potential as a world-leading ecosystem for regenerative medicine.
A group of people sitting around a table with their laptops

U of T Data Sciences Institute trains workers in data analytics, applied machine learning

A new training initiative launched by the DSI is helping Canada meet its growing need for talent in data science and machine learning. Powered by Upskill Canada, the Data Science and Machine Learning Software Foundations Certificates aim to upgrade workers' skills in fast-growing fields

U of T-anchored hospital network among leading life sciences research hubs, report finds

The University of Toronto and its partner hospitals are propelling the Toronto region as a leading global hub for life sciences research – but its success is at risk from underinvestment. That’s among the findings of a new report that examines the strengths and challenges within the Toronto Academic Health Science Network (TAHSN) – which comprises U of T […]
Read more ISI news

ISI Twitter feeds

Follow @researchUofT on Twitter

What are you searching for today?