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NYGH ED Research Team


ED Chief

Information coming soon


Rohit Mohindra


Dr. Rohit Mohindra is an emergency physician at North York General Hospital. In addition, he is the department's research lead, in affiliation with the Schwartz Reisman Emergency Medicine Research Institute.


His academic appointments include Clinical Lecturer for the Department of Medicine at the University of Toronto, Visiting Scientist at the Li Ka Shing Knowledge Institute at St. Michael's Hospital, and Associate Professor of Biomedical Engineering at Ryerson Universities Faculty of Engineering and Architectural Science.


He completed his Undergraduate degree in Engineering Science at the University of Toronto and Masters of Applied Science at Dalhousie University. His medical training includes an M.D. from Queen's University and FRCPC in Emergency Medicine from McGill University. 

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Andrew Kosmopoulos

Andrew Kosmopoulos is a second-year medical student at the University of Toronto, Temerty Faculty of Medicine. Prior to joining the class of 2025, Andrew attained a thesis-based Master of Science degree at the University of Toronto in Pharmacology and Toxicology, as well as, a Bachelor of Health Sciences (Hons.) degree at McMaster University. 

Andrew has a passion for research and has held numerous positions in an array of clinical fields; as a member of the NYGH Emergency Department Research Team, Andrew strives to work collaboratively and contribute to innovative research endeavors relating to emergency medicine. 


Areeba Zubair

Areeba Zubair is a first-year medical student at the University of Toronto. Prior to this, she completed her bachelor’s degree in Physiology and Immunology at the University of Toronto.

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Samantha MacPherson

Samantha MacPherson is a second-year medical student the University of Toronto and has completed her Master’s in Medical Genomics at U of T and her HBSc in Biology at Acadia University in 2019. Her previous undergraduate research was in the field of medical genomics with focuses in cancer and cardiology.


Samantha has previous experience working at the Halifax Emergency Department which sparked her interest in emergency medicine. Samantha is eager to work in research at the NYG ED to contribute to advance knowledge and positively benefit emergency services in the Greater Toronto Area.

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