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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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Dr. Jonathan Irish

Dr. Jonathan Irish

Chief, Surgical Oncology, Princess Margaret Cancer Centre

A world authority on head and neck cancer

Surgical Oncology Otolaryngology Head and Neck Surgery Surgical Reconstruction Patient Education Guided Theraputics Image-Guided Surgery Guided Therapeutics Wait Times Robotic Surgery Image-Guided Surgery Access to Care/Wait Times Quality Improvement in Surgical Services Guided Therapeutic Program

Dr. David Jaffray

Dr. David Jaffray

Executive Vice President, Technology and Innovation

Focusing on the development of novel approaches of targeting & applying radiation therapy & translating these advances to clinical practice

Radiation Physics Staarr Facility Technology Transfer Image-Guidance Radiation Therapy Cone-Beam Ct X-Ray Imaging

Dr. Anthony  Lang

Dr. Anthony Lang

Director, Movement Disorders Program

Solving the 'Parkinson Puzzle'

Clinical Trials Parkinson's Disease Movement Disorders Neuropharmacology Functional Surgery Neurology

Sue  Jewell

Sue Jewell

Senior VP & Executive Lead

Toronto Rehab's Senior Vice President and Executive Lead

Healthcare Management Clinical Research Healthcare Information Technology Nursing Health Informatics Project Management Lean - Process Improvement Process Improvement Lean

Dr. Camille Lemieux

Dr. Camille Lemieux

Associate Director, Department of Infection Prevention and Control

A recognized leader in infection control and patient safety

Mandatory Flu Vaccinations Flu Vaccines Flu Prevention Patient Safety Epidemiology Hospital Acquired Infections Change Management Public Health Policy

Dr. Fei-Fei Liu

Dr. Fei-Fei Liu

Chief - Radiation Medicine

Applying novel molecular therapies in conjunction with radiation for cancer patients

Radiation Medicine Radiation Therapy Education of Radiation Oncologists Clinical Research Translational Research Radiation Oncology

Dr. Andres Lozano

Dr. Andres Lozano

Neurosurgeon, Krembil Neuroscience Centre

Canada Research Chair in Neuroscience, Tier 1

Epilepsy Alzheimer’s Disease Deep Brain Stimulation Functional Neurosurgery Dopamine Neurophysiology Neuroprotection Parkinson's Disease Movement Disorders Neurosurgery

Dr. Tak Mak

Dr. Tak Mak

Senior Scientist, Princess Margaret Cancer Centre

Blazing a remarkable trail of discovery in the molecular biology of the immune system and cancer

Cell Biology Immunology Tumorigenesis Apoptosis Cancer T Cell Receptors Breast Cancer Research Drug Development Sharp-Shooter Drugs

Scott McIntaggart

Scott McIntaggart

Senior VP & Executive Lead

A seasoned healthcare leader who has been instrumental in developing and implementing progressive new models of care

Healthcare Management Healthcare Information Technology Quality Improvement Hospital Administration

Dr. Malcolm Moore

Dr. Malcolm Moore

Chief, Medical Oncology, Princess Margaret Cancer Centre

World-class care, research and treatment for patients with Pancreatic Cancer

Medical Oncology Chemotherapy Drug Development Pancreatic Cancer Translational Research Prostate Cancer

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