Engineering a better healthcare system

We pioneer data-driven research to improve system efficiency and enhance patient care.

The Centre for Healthcare Engineering (CHE) at the University of Toronto provides a bridge between academia and the healthcare sector, translating the latest research findings to impact practice and offering educational opportunities for students and practitioners.

Are you a healthcare provider looking for technical or research assistance in healthcare engineering?

A variety of options are available at CHE. Please see the page on opportunities for healthcare providers or the brief description in the following Project Request Form.


Opportunity – Stan Gasner Graduate Scholarship in Healthcare Engineering (Mar. 3, 2023)

November 29, 2022

The Centre for Healthcare Engineering is pleased to announce that applications for the Stan Gasner Graduate Scholarship in Healthcare Engineering is now… Read more »

Job Opportunities – 2 vacancies for Healthcare Management Engineers at Fraser Health

November 9, 2022

Currently, the main posting is for a Full Time Senior Operations Engineer in the System Optimization team at Central City in Surrey,… Read more »

Job Opportunity – Lead, Capacity and Infrastructure Planning (Oct 16)

October 6, 2022

Employment Type: Full time Permanent Paygrade and Zone: Grade 6 Zone B Location: Ontario (currently virtual; subject to change) All… Read more »

Webinar – Frontiers of medical decision making in the modern age of data analytics (Sept 28)

September 23, 2022

IISE Transactions Webinar Wed, September 28, 2022 | 9-10a.m. US CT (10-11a.m. ET) Zoom Meeting ID: 992 3042 2447, Passcode:… Read more »


Other healthcare industry opportunities

Learn about some of the tools developed at the Centre for Healthcare Engineering.

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Recent internal opportunities for industrial engineering students at the University of Toronto

Posted / Deadline Project Sponsor Looking for Starting date Funding
2022-02-17 / 2022-02-25 Research Assistant to construct optimization model to reduce the strain on the EMS system in Ontario Partnerships for Evaluation and Policy Research MEng student; senior BASc student Start immediately Available

Dionne Aleman, Timothy Chan and other CHE affiliates in the news covering the COVID-19 pandemic

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