medical research

Research

Background

The Department of Anesthesiology & Pain Medicine at the University of Toronto is a world leader in its field due to its impressive academic productivity.

This productivity is across our four academic domains – research, education, clinical practice, and administration – where our faculty members are advancing the science of anesthesia, pain and perioperative medicine.

By asking probing questions and using innovative research methods, we are making practice-changing contributions across the entire field, such as in our understanding of how anesthetics work, developing new drugs, inventing new technologies, and carrying out multi-centred clinical trials to improve patient outcomes.

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News

May 30, 2024
Anesthesia resident, Dr. Connor Brenna has been named a recipient of a Vanier Canada Graduate Scholarship, one of the most prestigious awards for doctoral students in Canada.
Mar 8, 2024
The Department of Anesthesiology & Pain Medicine is excited to announce a research forum for persons who identify as women and their allies.
Feb 23, 2024
Research shows that simulation training is useful in helping physicians, across all age groups, stay up to date with current protocols and best practices.