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Andrea K. Boggild, MD FRCPC DipABLM

Clinician in Tropical & Lifestyle Medicine; Associate Professor of Medicine; Scientist

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Infectious Disease | Lifestyle Medicine | Physician | Preventive Medicine

Dr. Andrea K. Boggild is an Associate Professor in the Department of Medicine at the University of Toronto, and Medical Director of the Tropical Disease Unit of Toronto General Hospital. She is a licensed Medical Microbiologist and Infectious Diseases physician with additional credentials in Tropical Medicine and Lifestyle Medicine, who provides care to patients with travel-acquired illness in her medical practice. As a Clinician Scientist in the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Toronto, she has graduate supervisory privileges through the Institute of Medical Science and leads a research program in tropical medicine and travel and migration health. She serves and has served in many leadership capacities nationally and internationally, including on advisory groups to the Public Health Agency of Canada and World Health Organization, and in senior editorial roles for academic journals. Dr. Boggild is heavily engaged in the EDIIA space and creation of novel pathways to representation across the academic enterprise. She has a longstanding interest in the intersection of human and ecological health, as well as how socioeconomic and demographic inequities drive health disparities globally.

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Andrea K. Boggild, MD FRCPC DipABLM
Andrea K. Boggild, MD FRCPC DipABLM

An academic physician scientist harnessing the power of lifestyle medicine to improve health outcomes.

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