Denis Daneman

Denis Daneman was born in Johannesburg, South Africa, completed medical school at the University of the Witwatersrand, paediatric residency at The Hospital for Sick Children/University of Toronto, and fellowship in paediatric endocrinology at Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh/University of Pittsburgh. Since 1981 he has been on faculty at UofT and The Hospital for Sick Children, from 1992-2006, Division head of Endocrinology and from 2006, Chair/Chief of the Department of Paediatrics. Major research interest has been in the understanding of the course of diabetes in childhood and how this impacts on early complications. More recently increasing interest in the social aspects of paediatrics has developed and is being pursued.

 

 

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Podcasts with Denis Daneman:

Why do Canada’s children lag so far behind
Breaking the boundaries of complex care
Fixing a Broken Environment to Curb the Obesity Crisis 

Posters by Denis Daneman

danemanposteraug08-16“We know the further north you are in Ontario, the sparser is the health care, and the further you have to go and the less likely you are to have access.”

Listen to the podcast: Why do Canada’s children lag so far behind?


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