Topic

Our Research & Innovations Strengths

Who is this for?

Any University of Toronto (U of T) stakeholders who are interested in learning about U of T research and innovation strengths and how they contribute to innovation clusters in the greater Toronto region.

What do I need before I can begin?

No information is required to begin. Please reach out to a contact within the Division of the Vice-President, Research & Innovation (VPRI) if you have questions about research and innovation at the U of T.

Overview

U of T is a rich and diverse source of scholarship, innovation, entrepreneurship, business and policy expertise, which contribute to our region’s social, cultural and economic vitality. U of T faculty, students and graduates, through their research, education, and entrepreneurial activities, are helping to meet the future demands of a rapidly growing innovation hub.

The summaries and reports below showcase U of T’s research and innovation strengths and how they contribute to innovation clusters in the greater Toronto region.

Research & Innovation Summaries

VPRI Role

  • Respond to general questions about U of T’s research and innovation strengths as identified in the cluster summaries/urban innovation reports

VPRI Contact

Staff

Catherine Maloney

Manager, Cross-Divisional Initiatives Development
Office of the Vice-President, Research & Innovation (OVPRI)
(416) 978-4482

Staff

Helen Lasthiotakis

Executive Director, Research and Strategic Initiatives
Office of the Vice-President, Research & Innovation (OVPRI)
(416) 978-6475
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