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University Health Network (UHN) is a medical centre that comprises four hospitals: Toronto Western Hospital, Toronto General Hospital, Princess Margaret Cancer Centre and the Toronto Rehabilitation Institute. These are a network of teaching hospitals affiliated with the University of Toronto Faculty of Medicine. It is a recognized leader in patient care, research and education.

UHN has a proud history of achieving many "world firsts" including discovering stem cells, pioneering deep brain simulation to treat patients with depression, performing the world's first single and double-lung transplant and pioneering the Cobalt machine, the technology that allowed modern radiation therapy to develop. UHN is committed to continually breaking new ground in research and treatment so it can enhance patients' experience and outcomes.




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Experts (99)

Dr. Heather Ross

Dr. Heather Ross

Director - Cardiac Transplant Program, Peter Munk Cardiac Centre

A widely recognized authority on heart failure, mechanical circulatory support and heart transplantation

Heart Failure/Function Immunosuppressive Optimization Clinical Research Cardiology Organ Donation Education of Transplant Specialists Quality of Life

Dr. Tirone  David

Dr. Tirone David

Cardiac Surgeon, Peter Munk Cardiac Centre

Holder of the Melanie Munk Chair of Cardiovascular Surgery at the Peter Munk Cardiac Centre

Cardiovascular Surgery Myocardial Infarction Thoracic Aneurysms Surgical Techniques

Dr. Joy Richards

Dr. Joy Richards

Vice-President, Health Professions and Chief Nurse Executive at University Health Network

Dr. Richards is a well-known and highly respected nurse leader who has held a range of significant management positions

Clinical Leadership Quality of Work Life Environments Client-Centred Practice Settings Geriatric Care Nursing Practice Allied Health Professions Healthcare Education Interprofessional Practice Patient Centred Care Leadership

Dr. Brian Hodges

Dr. Brian Hodges

Executive Vice President, Education

Internationally renowned educator who has worked with medical schools and licensure organizations all over the world

Health Professional Education Educational Structure Clinical Education Educational Technologies Services Education of Healthcare Professions Research in Educational Practice Patient Education Psychiatry Qualitative Research Medical Education Program Evaluation University Teaching Public Health Program Development

Dr. Eleanor Fish

Dr. Eleanor Fish

Senior Scientist, Division of Advanced Diagnostics - Infection & Immunity Toronto General Research Institute

Helping develop develop therapeutic intervention strategies for a variety of clinical indications.

Immunology Autouimmunity Arthritis Cytokines - Interferons and Chemokines H5N1 H1N1 Pandemic Infections Sars Influenza Women's Health

Dr. Carmela Tartaglia

Dr. Carmela Tartaglia

Neurologist, Memory Clinic, Krembil Neuroscience Centre

Leading researcher in the fight against dementia

Neuroscience Neuroimaging Alzheimers Dementia Memory Loss Frontotemporal Lobar Degeneration (Ftld) Neurology Concussion Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy (Cte) Biomarkers Exercise for Dementia

Dr. Barry Rubin

Dr. Barry Rubin

Medical Director - Peter Munk Cardiac Centre

Vascular surgeon

Vascular Surgery Clinical Research Multiple Sclerosis Hospital Administration Medical Devices Cardiovascular Surgery Leadership in Innovation

Dr. Leanne Casaubon

Dr. Leanne Casaubon

Director, TIA and Minor Stroke (TAMS) Unit

Leading innovator in stroke research

Clinical Research Neurology Epidemiology Health Services Research

Dr. Mary Gospodarowicz

Dr. Mary Gospodarowicz

Medical Director, Princess Margaret Cancer Centre

International advocate for progress against cancer

Clinical Research Health Policy Radiation Therapy Strategic Planning Epidemology Radiation Oncology Programs At Princess Margaret Cancer Centre International Cancer Programming

Dr. Shaf Keshavjee

Dr. Shaf Keshavjee

Surgeon in Chief

A gifted surgeon with decades experience at the forefront of innovative research into lung transplantation

Lung Transplantation Clinical Research Medical Research Molecular Diagnostics Gene Therapy Surgical Leadership Thoracic Surgery Ex-Vivo Process for Transplant Surgery and Critical Care Multi-Organ Transplant

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