SickKids ranked one of Canada’s Top 40 Research Hospitals for 2023
The Hospital for Sick Children (SickKids) has once again been named one of Canada’s top research hospitals, ranking first in hospital intensity and second in research intensity among medium-sized hospitals. Overall, SickKids ranked as Canada’s number two research hospital on Research Infosource’s 2023 Top 40 Research Hospitals list – holding a top spot on the list for the 13th consecutive year.
“To be recognized once again as a top research hospital is a testament to the remarkable work being done by our researchers, staff and trainees,” says Dr. Stephen Scherer, Chief of Research at SickKids.
Total research spending represented 27.3 per cent, or almost one-third, of SickKids' budget, reflecting SickKids' commitment to using the latest research to transform care aligned with Precision Child Health, a movement to deliver individualized care to each patient.
“Research is essential to the Precision Child Health movement,” Scherer continues. “Changing care and outcomes for children at SickKids and around the world begins with the insights generated by our scientific community.”
SickKids Research Institute is home to over 2,000 researchers, staff and trainees who are contributing to ground-breaking research across seven different programs, including Cell Biology, Child Health Evaluative Sciences, Developmental & Stem Cell Biology, Genetics & Genome Biology, Molecular Medicine, Neurosciences & Mental Health and Translational Medicine.
The annual Top 40 Research Hospitals list is compiled by Research Infosource from financial data and surveys from hospitals across the country. View the complete 2023 list of Canada’s Top 40 Research Hospitals on the Research Infosource website.