Department of Medicine: Self-Study Report (2018 - 2023)
In 2023, we embarked on a self-study as part of an external review commissioned by the Faculty of Medicine’s Dean’s Office. The external review is a wonderful opportunity to take stock of where we are, where we’d like to be, and to garner input on how to get there.
I invite you to read the self-study reports to learn more about the achievements, successes and challenges we’ve faced as a department over the last five years.
Dr. Gillian Hawker
Sir John and Lady Eaton Professor and Chair of Medicine
Our mission is to prepare future physician leaders, contribute to our communities and improve the health and healthcare experiences of individuals and populations through the discovery, application, translation and communication of knowledge.
Our vision is to meaningfully impact health through international leadership in education, research and the translation of new knowledge into better care and health outcomes.
Fast Facts: DoM in 2023
946 full-time (789 in 2018), 258 part-time and 599 adjunct faculty
U of T ranked 2nd in the world by Nature for health sciences research output
38% of U of T publications in health sciences produced by the DoM
21,468 peer reviewed publications and 525,497 citations in last 5 years
39.3% of faculty self-identify as female, 59.6% as male and 1.1% as non-binary
286 full-time Clinician Teachers, 58 Clinician Educators, 208 Clinician Scientists, 212 Clinician Investigators and 78 Clinicians in Quality and Innovation
From 2017-2022, DoM faculty held $1.23B in funded research
A Chair's Column discussing the Self-Study will be published in 2024.