Dimitri J Anastakis, BSc, MEd, MD, FRCSC, FACS

In addition to his research, he is actively involved as a teacher, lecturer and mentor in undergraduate and graduate surgical education at the University of Toronto. Dr. Anastakis has won numerous awards for teaching and research, including the prestigious R. Samuel McLaughlin Fellowship in 1996.
Since 1984, Dr. Anastakis has published articles in peer-reviewed journals, book chapters and abstracts. He has delivered numerous presentations at scientific meetings in Canada, the United States and Europe. Currently, his clinical research focuses on secondary reconstruction of the paralyzed upper extremity and cortical plasticity following upper extremity injury and rehabilitation. Moreover, he conducts research in medical education and has received a number of grants to support this research.

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Professor, Department of Surgery, Faculty of Medicine, University of Toronto