Danielle Andrade, MD, MSc, FRCPC – University of Toronto
Dr. Andrade is a Professor of Medicine (Neurology) at the University of Toronto. She is the Medical Director of the Epilepsy Program of University Health Network, University of Toronto, and the founder and Director of Krembil Neuroscience Adult Epilepsy Genetics Program, where she studies the causes and long-term outcomes of pediatric-onset epilepsies. Dr. Andrade is also the Director of the Epilepsy Transition Program, a program in collaboration with The Hospital for Sick Children that helps promote coordinated, smooth and efficient transition from the pediatric to the adult health systems for patients with intractable epilepsy. She was the chair of the epilepsy implementation task force sub-group for the development of Guidelines for Transition in Epilepsy for the Province of Ontario.
Dr. Andrade graduated in Medicine at Universidade Federal do Parana (Brazil) and completed her Neurology Residency at Hospital N.S. Gracas (Brazil). She then completed a Masters of Sciences at The Hospital for Sick Children, University of Toronto, Canada, studying “Protein Therapy for Unverricht-Lundborg Progressive Myoclonus Epilepsy”. In 2006 Dr. Andrade completed an Epilepsy and Clinical Electrophysiology Fellowship at Toronto Western Hospital, University of Toronto.