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Our graduates have a commitment to excellence and innovation in health and science communication visualization.

Our graduates are leaders in biocommunications in fields including hospital media departments, pharmaceutical visualization, medical-legal visualization, academic departments at universities and more. They participate in many areas of industry including educational gaming, pharmaceutical visualizations, patient education design for hospitals, medical legal visualization, and more.

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Do you have a project that requires the help of a Biomedical Communicator? Would you like to hire an MScBMC graduate at your organization? We invite you to complete our job opportunity online form which we will share through our listservs and alumni group on LinkedIn.

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This is your opportunity to meet with the newest graduates of the Biomedical Communications program. Students display their work in an informal showcase, and industry professionals are invited to meet students, discuss their work, and conduct informal interviews. Learn More…

 

Placement of an Abiomed Impella 2.5 Cardiac Assist Device

An illustration showing the placement of an Abiomed Impella 2.5 Cardiac Assist Device created by Gwun-Yee Chin (1T0) for an article in the University of Toronto Medical Journal.

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