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Margaret  Herridge
Professor of Medicine/Senior Scientist
University of Toronto
Research Focus:
Patient-and Family-Centered Outcomes after Critical Illness

Margaret Sutherland Herridge

Canadian Community ICU Research Network (CCIRNet), Translational Biology Group (CCCTBG)

Dr. Herridge is a Professor in the Department of Medicine, a Senior Scientist in the Toronto General Hospital Research Institute and Director of the RECOVER Program/Grace RECOVER Program for Chronic Critical Illness and co-lead (with Dr. Angela Cheung) of CANCOV (Canadian multi-centre 5-year follow-up of patients/caregivers after COVID-19). She has published extensively on patient and caregiver outcomes after critical illness.

She has received several national and international research distinctions including the Dr. F. Marguerite Hill Lecturer (2015), Honorary Member of the European Society of Intensive Care Medicine (2016), Lifetime Achievement Award in Critical Care from the American Thoracic Society (2018), the University of Toronto Eaton Scholar Researcher of the Year Award (2019), the Deborah Cook Mentorship Award from the Canadian Critical Care Trials Group (2020), is a fellow of the Canadian Academy of Health Sciences (2021) and recipient of the CIHR-Canadian Critical Care Society Distinguished Lecturer Award in Critical Care Sciences (2022).

In my own words

It is a privilege to be a member of the CCCTG. I owe my career to this group and the positive, affirming and interprofessional culture of inclusivity, collaboration and research excellence.