General Resources, Education and Opportunities

Space Resources

Room Bookings

Please see the most recently updated list from Facilities for room bookings. All room booking requests should be made using Outlook.

Bookable Touchdown Spaces Available on Outlook

We have introduced new bookable touchdown spaces to accommodate team members
embracing flexible work arrangements.

Touchdown spaces are available at the following:

790 Bay St. Suite 600

  • 790 Workstations (Total capacity: 18)
  • 790 Co-working spaces (Total capacity: 7)
  • 790 Focus rooms (Total capacity: 2)

76 Grenville St

  • Room 6136 (Total capacity: 1)
  • Room 6137 (Total capacity: 1)
  • Room 7459 (Total capacity: 2)

Please note that Room 6138 at 76 Grenville St. is no longer available as a touchdownspace. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.

Educational Opportunities

ICES@UofT Access
WCRI has an ICES Appointed Analyst who works collaboratively with principal investigators and research teams on projects involving ICES data. The analyst contributes to the development of data set creation and analysis plans. Dr. Iliana Lega is the ICES UofT Scientific Lead for WCH and individuals can contact her with new projects that they wish to undertake with support from the Appointed Analyst. To learn more please contact –

Academic Rounds
Academic Rounds cover the full spectrum of WCH’s research diversity and focus on a wide range of topics. Presenters include scientists and trainees, WCH physicians and healthcare professionals, local and international guest speakers, and visiting professors. All are welcome to attend.

N2/Collaborative Institutional Training Initiative (CITI)- Canadian Education Program
WCRI is a member of N2, which provides the opportunity to complete certificates through CITI.  Course modules are completed online and are available to anyone at WCH and WCRI.

All staff, trainees, and investigators who wish to conduct research involving human participants at Women’s College Hospital must complete the following web-based courses:

  • Good Clinical Practice (GCP)
  • Responsible Conduct of Research (RCR)
  • Basic Biomedical Research Ethics
  • Health Canada Division 5 (Only mandatory for those conducting Health Canada Regulated clinical trials)

Please note these courses are not available on the Women’s College Hospital eLearning system. They must be completed through the CITI PROGRAM New users will be required to create an account with the CITI Program and will be prompted to select their Organization Affiliation –Women’s College Hospital (N2),  and add the required courses to their account from the Learner Tools for Women’s College Hospital.  To learn more please contact

The Research Clinic
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ Office of Research Integrity and Office for Human Research Protections has released The Research Clinic, a complimentary, online, interactive training video that educates clinical and social researchers about research misconduct, and protecting research subjects.

Commercialization of Intellectual Property

  • IP Policy
  • Invention Disclosure Form

If you believe you have IP to commercialize, please contact –