Careers and Alumni

Career Paths

Upon graduation, students will be able to carry out clinical research in their area of specialization, as an independent researcher or a member of a research team.

The MHSc degree makes graduates highly competitive for academic positions in health science centres and for research positions in industry.

Our graduates have gone on to work as clinical instructors, ‎data managers, neurologists, assistant professors, research coordinators, infectious diseases specialists, and more.

Employers of our graduates include St. Paul’s Hospital, CIHR Canadian HIV Trials Network, Stanford University, BC Children’s Hospital, University of Ottawa, Northwest Hospital Group, King Abdulaziz Medical City, Health Science Centre Winnipeg, and University of Iowa Stead Family Children’s Hospital, to name a few.

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  • Andrew Thamboo

    Andrew Thamboo, Clinical Instructor

    Andrew Thamboo does not drink coffee, so he gets through his clinical days at Stanford University’s Sinus Center, seeing 30 to 40 patients daily, on pure enthusiasm.

  • Andrew Thamboo

    Matthew Carroll, Assistant Professor

    Matthew Carroll moved across the Pacific Ocean for his work as Assistant Professor of Pediatrics with a focus on Inflammatory Bowel Disease.