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Husam Abdel-Qadir

Adjunct Scientist

ICES Affiliation
  • ICES Central
  • Cardiovascular Research Program

Biography

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Education

  • PhD, Clinical Epidemiology and Health Care Research, Institute for Health Policy, Management, and Evaluation, University of Toronto
  • MD, University of Toronto
  • BSc, University of Toronto

Research Focus

  • Cardiovascular disorders
  • Cancer
  • Chronic diseases and conditions
  • Statistics and research methods
  • Social determinants of health

Other Affiliations

  • Staff Cardiologist, Women's College Hospital
  • Staff Cardiologist, University Health Network
  • Assistant Professor, Department of Medicine, University of Toronto

Recent ICES Grants

  • Improving Canadian Outcomes Research On the Novel SARS-CoV-2 using Analytics: the CORONA Consortium

    Principal investigators: Lee DS, Mcalister FA
    Co-investigators: Khan NA, Krahn AD, Lindsay MP, Nagpal S, Zieroth SR, Abdel-Qadir HM; Austin PC, Bainey KR, Bakal JA, de Mestral C, Ezekowitz JA, Goodman SG, Greiner R, Ha AC, Jackevicius CA, Kapral MK, Kaul PR, Ko D, Kwong JC, Liu PP, Rochon PA, Roifman I, Ross HJ, Sandhu R, Schull MJ, Sun L, Udell JA, van Diepen S, Wang B, Welsh RC, Wijeysundera HC, Yu AYX

    Canadian Institutes of Health Research, COVID-19 Rapid Research Grant
    2020-2021; $409,179

Recent Awards & Recognition

  • Global Cardio-Oncology Summit Young Investigator Award

    2017: Presented to Dr. Husam Abdel-Qadir by the Canadian Cardiac Oncology Network for "A score to predict cardiovascular disease risk after early stage breast cancer."

  • Young Investigator Award in Clinical Science

    2017: Presented to Dr. Husam Abdel-Qadir by the European Society of Cardiology for "The spectrum of cardiovascular disease after early stage breast cancer: a population-based cohort study."

  • Silver Medal University of Toronto MD Program

    2007: Awarded to Dr. Husam Abdel-Qadir by the University of Toronto MD program, class of 2007.


Recent ICES Publications


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