- Sunnybrook Research Institute (SRI) is a fully affiliated research and teaching hospital with the University of Toronto.
- Research spans three Toronto-based campuses: Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre, Holland Musculoskeletal Centre and St. John's Rehab.
- Total research funding for 2014/2015 was $95.8 million.
- Research space at Sunnybrook comprises 500,000 square feet, including 150,000 square feet for the world's first Centre for Research in Image-Guided Therapeutics.
- SRI has more than 300 scientists and clinician-scientists.
- In total, SRI has 1,212 research staff. Working with scientists are 465 highly skilled biomedical and research personnel and 446 postdoctoral fellows and other trainees.
- All scientists at SRI teach at the University of Toronto, within the faculty of medicine.
- Eight SRI researchers hold Canada Research Chairs, the most prestigious award granted by the federal government.
- Three SRI scientists hold departmental chairs at the University of Toronto: one in each of immunology, medical biophysics and medical imaging.
There are three scientific platforms:
Scientists at SRI work in one of eight clinical domains, corresponding to Sunnybrook’s programs:
- Holland Musculoskeletal Research Program
- Hurvitz Brain Sciences Research Program
- Odette Cancer Research Program
- Schulich Heart Research Program
- St. John's Rehab Research Program
- Trauma, Emergency & Critical Care Research Program
- Veterans & Community Research Program
- Women & Babies Research Program
Download the Sunnybrook Research Institute Fact Sheet for more information, including details on large-scale capital research projects, partnerships, and commercialization.