Ori D. Rotstein
MD, University of Toronto; M.Sc., University of Toronto
Scientist in the Keenan Research Centre for Biomedical Science of St. Michael's Hospital
Scientist in the Li Ka Shing Knowledge Institute of St. Michael's Hospital
Associate Director, Basic Science Research, St. Michael's Hospital
Surgeon-in-Chief, Department of Surgery and Division of General Surgery, St. Michael's Hospital
Medical Director, Oncology, St. Michael's Hospital
Professor, Department of Surgery, University of Toronto
Associate Chair, Department of Surgery, University of Toronto
Adjunct Professor, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Ryerson University
Minimally invasive general and bariatric surgery
Impact of major trauma on organ injury
Trauma victims are at increased risk of developing organ injury in the early post-trauma period. Our research group studies the cellular and molecular mechanisms whereby resuscitated hemorrhagic shock is able to predispose trauma victims to the development of organ dysfunction. We utilize multiple experimental approaches including in vitro systems to study cellular mechanism as well as in vivo models to test relevance at the organ and whole body level.
- Committee Chair, Digestive Disease & Kidney Review Panel, Canadian Institutes of Health Research
- General Surgery Lead, Surgical and Diagnostic Imaging Clinical Leads, Access to Care, Cancer Care Ontario
- Chair, Sponsorship Committee, Canadian Association of General Surgeons
- Executive Member, Scholarship Committee, American College of Surgeons
Our laboratory is committed to graduate student training at the MSc and PhD levels through an appointment to the Institute of Medical Science.
We also train MD research fellows as well as postdoctoral fellows. The laboratory is a vibrant research environment with multiple students, PIs and technicians interacting daily through journals clubs, lab meetings and personal attention to individual student needs.