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Medical Imaging

A Message from the Chair

Photograph of Dr. Alan Moody
The Department of Medical Imaging, University of Toronto, is the oldest academic imaging department in Canada and one of the oldest in North America, appointing the first Chair of Radiology in 1919, less than 25 years after the discovery of the X-ray. Since then the Department has grown to become an early adopter of every new technological breakthrough occurring in this young and vital specialty.
Photogragh of the CN fromKings College Circle

Medical Imaging Annual Report 2020-2022

We are pleased to announce the Annual Report for the period of July 1, 2020 – June 30, 2022, is now available. 

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