Dr. Leanne Casaubon completed her medical training at Dalhousie University in 1999 and went on to do Neurology Residency training, followed by a two-year stroke fellowship and a Master of Science with a focus in Clinical Epidemiology at the University of Toronto. Dr. Casaubon is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Medicine at the University of Toronto. She is a Clinician Investigator and Neurologist in the Division of Neurology and the Stroke Program at the Toronto Western Hospital (TWH)/ University Health Network, which is the Regional Stroke Centre for the Toronto West Stroke Region. She is also the Director of the TIA and Minor Stroke (TAMS) Unit at TWH. Dr. Casaubon’s clinical research interests include stroke outcomes research, including evaluating prognostic factors such as glucose, sex/ gender differences in stroke outcomes, and ethnic/ cultural aspects of stroke care and outcomes. She is also involved in evaluating patient care models for improving secondary stroke prevention and participates in larger randomized clinical stroke trials.
Industry Expertise (3)
Areas of Expertise (4)
University of Toronto: MSc, Epidemiology 2007
Dalhousie University: MD, Medicine 1999
University of Toronto: Fellowship, Stroke 2006
McGill University: BSc (hons.), Biology 1995
University of Toronto: Medical Residency, Neurology Residency Program 2004
- University of Toronto Stroke Program
- Ontario Stroke Network
- Canadian Stroke Consortium
- Heart and Stroke Foundation
Event Appearances (4)
Focus on Hyperacute and Acute Stroke Care
Northwestern Ontario Regional Stroke Forum Thunder Bay, ON.
Optimizing the Operational and Economic Impact of a Neurovascular in an Acute Care Hospital
Canadian Stroke Congress Montreal, QC.
C3a - TIA Evaluation and Management - A Window of Opportunity for Stroke Prevention
Stroke Collaborative 2012 Toronto, ON.
Pre-Intervention and Post-Intervention Medical Management
SIR Annual Scientific Meeting Tampa, FL.