Graduate Appointment

Drug Development and Disease Diagnostics

Christine Allen’s research focuses on developing advanced drug delivery formulations for the treatment of a wide range of indications, including cancer and osteoarthritis.

Graduate Appointment

416-946-8594
Drug Development and Disease Diagnostics, Molecular basis of drug targets and diseases

Associate Dean, Research

Stéphane Angers’ research focuses on the molecular mechanisms underlying signal transduction events activated by the Wnt and Hedgehog families of secreted growth factors.

Graduate Appointment

416-978-4939
Health Services Research

Academic Director, Centre for Practice Excellence

Zubin Austin’s interests focus on both students and practitioners, and implications for regulators, employers, and educators.

Graduate Appointment

416-978-0186
Clinical Pharmacy Research, Drug Safety, Health Services Research

Marisa Battistella is a pharmacy clinician scientist specializing in chronic kidney disease (CKD). The objective of her research program focuses on translational studies that address unmet clinical needs across the entire spectrum of pharmacotherapy care in the CKD patient.

Graduate Appointment

416-340-4800 x3207
Drug Development and Disease Diagnostics, Drug Safety, Molecular basis of drug targets and diseases

Reina Bendayan’s research program focuses on the mechanisms that regulate drug transport at blood-tissue barriers, including the blood-brain barrier, blood-testicular, blood-intestinal and blood-placenta barriers.

Graduate Appointment

416-978-6979
Drug Development and Disease Diagnostics, Molecular basis of drug targets and diseases

Rob Bonin’s research concerns the molecular mechanisms of pathological pain and cognitive disorders. His group explores nervous system plasticity or “rewiring”, and how neuronal activity maintains and modifies plastic changes in the nervous system.

Graduate Appointment

416-978-2716
Clinical Pharmacy Research, Drug Safety, Health Services Research

Heather Boon investigates health services and health policies, with a focus on the use, regulation, safety and effectiveness of natural health products and traditional/complementary medicine practices.

Graduate Appointment

416-946-5859
Clinical Pharmacy Research, Drug Safety

Lisa Burry’s research focuses on symptom management in the intensive care unit (ICU), in particular preventing or treating delirium in the ICU through approaches such as optimizing sedation.

Graduate Appointment

416-586-4800 x8420
Drug Safety, Health Services Research

Suzanne Cadarette’s primary research interests are in pharmacoepidemiology, health services research and pharmacy practice, with focus in the areas of osteoporosis and fracture prevention.

Graduate Appointment

416-978-2993
Molecular basis of drug targets and diseases

Tigran Chalikian’s research program focuses on the biophysical properties of biological molecules and complexes. He investigates the physico-chemical forces that govern inter- and intramolecular interactions of biopolymers, including proteins and nucleic acids.

Graduate Appointment

416-946-3715
Drug Development and Disease Diagnostics, Health Services Research

Ayman Chit’s research focuses on the epidemiology of infectious diseases, effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of health technologies and interventions with a special focus on vaccines and the economics of the healthcare system with a focus on the discovery, development and implementation of health technologies.

Graduate Appointment