The one-year, course-based Master of Science in Interdisciplinary Medical Sciences (IMS) program provides graduate students with the skills necessary to integrate, collaborate, and disseminate knowledge and practices related to the fields of research at the Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry. Students receive mentorship and training from faculty with diverse expertise in a wide range of medical sciences including anatomy and cell biology, biochemistry, epidemiology and biostatistics, medical biophysics, microbiology and immunology, pathology and laboratory medicine, and physiology and pharmacology. The program aims to promote excellence and innovation in teaching and curriculum by fostering authentic learning experiences (e.g. capstone project, experiential rotations, etc.) where students are challenged with new ways of thinking that requires connecting concepts and diverse perspectives.
Submissions from 2022
Interdisciplinary Approaches to Bone & Joint Health: A Catalogue of Projects, Sydney Schroeder, Ansha Suleman, and Callista Stewart