Master of Health Science (MHSc) in Laboratory Medicine

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You can apply October - March each year.

  • Number of spaces available: 10 overall – 5 Pathologists' Assistants (PA), 5 Clinical Embryologists (CE)
  • Program length: Two years 
  • Session dates: September 1 - August 31
  • Program structure: Course work, tutorials as well as hospital and lab site rotations (PA)/ Clinical Embryology Skills Development Lab (CE)
  • Evaluation methods: course work, quizzes, tests, practical assessment 
  • Program Director: Dr. Avrum I. Gotlieb
  • Program Field Director - PA field:Dr. Fang-I Lu 
  • Program Field Director - CE field: Dr. Heather Shapiro
  • Qualification gained: Master of Health Science

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The Department of Laboratory Medicine and Pathobiology (LMP), in close collaboration with the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology (OB/GYN), is offering a two year, full-time professional Master’s graduate program (Master of Health Science degree) to educate clinical laboratory medicine scientists in one of two fields in Laboratory Medicine:  

This unique program will train you, not only in the practical aspects of laboratory work in these fields, but also in critical thinking and research skills so you can play a part in advancing these fields of laboratory medicine. 

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We accepted our first students in the fall of 2020.

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