Dinela Rushani

Dinela joined the Cardiac Surgery Residency program at the University of Toronto in 2020. Previously, she completed medical school and graduate studies in epidemiology at McGill University. She is interested in clinical outcomes research and epidemiologic methods applied to cardiovascular diseases.

Her PhD research is focused on the development of prognostic models to predict the risk of adverse events of anticoagulation therapy.

Dinela is broadly interested in and exploring the full breadth of adult cardiac surgery. She is particularly attracted to minimally invasive cardiac surgery and innovative approaches to improve patient-centred outcomes.

  • EDUCATION AND TRAINING

    • MD, McGill University
    • MSc Epidemiology, McGill University
    • PhD Epidemiology in progress, McGill University
  • CLINICAL INTERESTS

    • Minimally Invasive Cardiac Surgery
    • Valvular Surgery
    • Aortic Surgery
    • Coronary Revascularization
  • RESEARCH INTERESTS

    • Epidemiologic Methods
    • Clinical Outcomes Research
  • ACTIVITIES/HONOURS/AWARDS

    • Frederick Banting and Charles Best Canada Graduate Scholarship, CIHR
    • McGill Med-Star Award
    • McGill Cardiovascular Research Day Award
    • Graduate Excellence Award in Epidemiology and Biostatistics, McGill University
    • Principal’s Graduate Fellowship, McGill University
  • CONTACT

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Contact Us

  • Chair: Dr. Terrence Yau
  • Divisional Program Administraton: Julie Wei

Toronto General Hospital
200 Elizabeth St., 4NU-432
Toronto, On M5G 2C4

Phone:
(416) 340 – 4800 Ext. 5275
Fax:
(416) 340 – 4385
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