Research in Residency
Research plays an important role in the Department of Obstetrics & Gynaecology at the University of Toronto. As such, residents are required to complete a research project as part of their training.
The 3-month research experience allows the resident exposure to either clinical or basic research under the guidance of established researchers in the Department. All residents are required to present at least once at the Department's Annual Research Day.
Clinician Investigator Program (CIP)
The University of Toronto offers residents interested in research the Clinican Investigator Program, aimed to prepare them for the career of a clinician-scientist. Interested residents typically complete this 2-year program between their second and third year of training.
For more information about CIP, visit the Faculty of Medicine website.