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Royal College Clinician Investigator Program – Distributive Curriculum Training (DCT) Pathway
For individuals interested in a career as a clinician scientist, the University of Toronto offers the Royal College Clinician Investigator Program which provides a formal postgraduate medical education pathway that fulfills the existing specialty/subspecialty requirements of the Royal College and provides integrated, structured, and rigorous research training.
The CIP training pathway has typically involved a minimum of two years of continuous, intensive research training within a University graduate unit (The Continuous Training pathway).
U of T is pleased to announce a new additional pathway for clinician investigator trainees: The Distributive Curriculum Training (DCT) pathway.
Description of DCT Pathway:
How to apply:
Successful candidates must be accepted to both the U of T internal medicine residency program and Clinician Investigator Program DCT pathway.
Deadline for additional application to CIP:
For more information, please contact the CIP office at firstname.lastname@example.org or (416) 946-5738.
Clinician Investigator Program
Last updated:7/14/2010 11:20:05 AM
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