Do you dream of seeing research discoveries become life-saving reality?
Do you have what it takes to drive winning partnerships with industry to help create a healthier world?
Do you aspire to be at the very heart of Toronto’s thriving life sciences ecosystem?
Canada’s largest academic research hospital complex, UHN has been ranked #1 in Canada’s Top 40 Research Hospitals* since 2011, and our four hospitals are among the top ranking globally.
Over a number of years, UHN ranked as Canada's leading research commercialization institution*. Licensing income generated is fully re-invested into UHN's hospitals and research institutes to fuel and sustain innovation and discovery – for a brighter future.
Commercialization is one of UHN’s top 5 Strategic Priorities. You will have an opportunity to deliver on that strategic goal by becoming involved with some of the most cutting-edge research and medical innovations in the world – right from their inception.
Groundbreaking technologies discovered and developed at UHN have formed the basis for many global products and services including pharmaceuticals, biologics, devices, and diagnostics.
*AUTM Licensing Survey, based on gross licensing revenue
The business professionals working within Commercialization at UHN shepherd our world-class science and discovery toward maximum patient impact – with medical products, devices and therapies that change lives globally. You’ll play a critical role in taking groundbreaking discoveries one big step closer to actively changing patient lives.
Together with the world-class UHN research community, your work will deliver on our recently-launched Commercialization Lives Here strategy, elevating Canada as a world destination for life science commercialization.
You will be working with some of North America's leading life science organizations – adding to our impressive lineup of start-ups including BlueRock Therapeutics, Trillium Therapeutics, Adela Bio Inc., Treadwell Therapeutics, AvroBio, and more. These companies, first incubated within UHN, are among many others that have collectively injected more than $5 billion into the economy.