Univeristy of Toronto Infectious Diseases
Dr. Rupert Kaul
University of Toronto & University Health Network
Professor, Departments of Medicine and Immunology
Toronto General Hospital
200 Elizabeth Street, Eaton North 13 - Room 220
Toronto, Ontario, M5G 2C4
Hospital: 416-340-4800 extention 3624 (office)
Fax: 416-340-3357 (office) or 416-340-3890 (hospital clinic)
Administrative Assistant: Michele Knight: 416-340-3183
Dr. Rupert Kaul serves as director of the Division of Infectious Disease at the University of Toronto, and also heads the combined tri-hospital Division of Infectious Disease. The tri-hospital Division of Infectious Diseases provides clinical support for a combined total of 1,250 acute care beds at the University Health Network, Mount Sinai Hospital and Princess Margaret Hospital. Major themes include oncology, transplantation and neurosurgery, with additional outpatient programs in Tropical Medicine, HIV, Transplant Infectious Disease and General Infectious Diseases. Dr. Kaul is a clinician-scientist with a research interest in HIV transmission and mucosal immunopathogenesis.
Women's College Hospital
Dr. Mona Loutfy
Dr. Loutfy is Director of the Women and HIV Research Program at Women’s College Research Institute where she concentrates on clinical research related to women and HIV, reproductive health and HIV and Aboriginal HIV health research. Her HIV practice is at the Maple Leaf Medical Clinic where over 2,700 HIV-positive patients are cared for.
Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre
Dr. Andrew Simor
Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre, fully affiliated with the University of Toronto, is a 1,250-bed teaching hospital with major clinical and research programs in trauma, oncology, neurosciences, interventional cardiology, musculoskeletal diseases, and high-risk obstetrics. Andrew Simor, MD, FRCPC is the Chief, Division of Infectious Diseases and the Department of Microbiology at Sunnybrook. The hospital's Division of Infectious Diseases includes six clinicians with major research interests in hospital-acquired infections, antimicrobial resistance, and management of HIV infection.
St. Michael's Hospital
Dr. Kevin Gough
St. Michael’s Hospital cares for patients with a wide variety of infectious diseases, including patients with HIV, tuberculosis, cystic fibrosis and travel associated diseases. It is one of two regional trauma centers in Toronto and has over 60 critical care beds. The Microbiology Laboratory of the hospital processes 180,000 specimens per year, including diagnostic procedures in the areas of general bacteriology, mycology, parasitology, serology, and molecular based techniques.