Young adults of South Asian descent face higher risk of prediabetes, diabetes – U of T Study

October 2, 2019

Immigrants  to Canada have a 40% higher risk of developing prediabetes compared to long-term residents. Prediabetes is an early predictor of an individual’s likelihood of developing Type 2 diabetes and associated illnesses, like heart disease. Researchers from the Institute of… Read more about Young adults of South Asian descent face higher risk of prediabetes, diabetes – U of T Study







U of T experts, including IHPME’s Beate Sander, help lead new pan-Canadian Lyme Disease Research Network

October 15, 2018

Today, Federal Minister of Health Ginette Petitpas Taylor announced a $4 million investment in the first-ever Pan-Canadian Lyme Disease Research Network (CLyDRN) that will bring together researchers from over 40 universities across the country, as well as patients, public health… Read more about U of T experts, including IHPME’s Beate Sander, help lead new pan-Canadian Lyme Disease Research Network


Five IHPME students earn Vanier Canada Graduate Scholarships supporting integral health care research

August 8, 2018

The results are in, and five students from Dalla Lana’s Institute of Health Policy, Management and Evaluation (IHPME) – Michael Lebenbaum, Kieran Quinn, Helene Retrouvey, Nathan Stall, and Martin Urner – have earned one of Canada’s most competitive doctoral awards,… Read more about Five IHPME students earn Vanier Canada Graduate Scholarships supporting integral health care research


Is it time to re-think our “Canadian” health system? U of T researchers publish Canadian health system series in The Lancet

February 23, 2018

Gregory Marchildon considers himself an older voice when it comes to Canadian health system scholarship so he was proud to be a co-author alongside the new and leading voices in Medicare policy analysis — including Danielle Martin  and Stephanie Nixon —… Read more about Is it time to re-think our “Canadian” health system? U of T researchers publish Canadian health system series in The Lancet