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ICES UofT

ICES UofT is an expansion site of ICES located on the campus of the University of Toronto (U of T). The construction of the ICES UofT site and its operating budget are funded by nine partner organizations. The nine partners include academic departments of U of T, hospital-based research units and government agencies that employ researchers who are U of T faculty. Under the terms of signed agreements, these partner organizations, through their U of T faculty, have been given access to ICES data at the ICES UofT site in order to carry out research projects in accordance with ICES’ mandate, and policies, and research priorities.

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Announcements & Events


Recent Publications


Recent ICES Grants

collaborations and partnerships

Each of our nine partner organizations employs an Appointed Analyst who works on projects for their home institution using ICES data holdings. ICES UofT was built on the premises of the University of Toronto to provide a new resource for training graduate students for careers in health services and policy research.

These nine partner organizations are:


Recent Awards & Recognitions

  • May Cohen Award for Women Mentors

    2017: Awarded to Dr. Gillian Hawker. The award is presented by the Canadian Medical Association to a woman physician who has demonstrated outstanding mentoring.

  • Centre for Health Economics Research Fellowship

    2017: Awarded to Dr. Claire de Oliveira by the Centre for Health Economics at the University of York. Her research project will be 'Equity in the utilization of psychiatric inpatient care among patients with severe mental illness (SMI) in Ontario, Canada'.

  • CIHR-IHSPR Article of the Year Award

    2017: Tara Gomes received the award for the paper “Sensitivity and specificity of administrative mortality data for identifying prescription opioid-related deaths” published in CMAJ. The award was presented at the 2017 Canadian Association for Health Services and Policy Research conference in Toronto on May 26.

    IHSPR's Article of the Year Award recognizes research published in a peer-reviewed journal that has contributed to the advancement of health services and policy research in Canada. 

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