Daniel McIsaac

Daniel McIsaac, MD, MPH, FRCPC

Ottawa Hospital Research Institute

Principal Investigator:

2015 Implementation Grant — Identifying older patients at high risk of poor outcomes after joint replacement surgery (FRA 2015-B-06)

2018 Catalyst Grant Program — Experience and compliance with exercise before cancer surgery for older people with frailty (CAT 2018-16)

Supervisor:

2019 Summer Student Awards Program Julia Shaw

2020 Interdisciplinary Frailty FellowJulia Shaw

Dr. Daniel McIsaac is an Associate Professor of Anesthesiology & Pain Medicine and Epidemiology & Public Health at the University of Ottawa, a Scientist at ICES and an Associate Scientist at the Ottawa Hospital Research Institute. Dr. McIsaac leads the Aging Innovations in perioperative Medicine and Surgery (AIMS) research group, a CIHR-funded multidisciplinary team focused on improving the care and outcomes of older people with frailty who require surgery. Dr. McIsaac conducts clinical trials, health services research and patient-oriented research with the aim of developing, evaluating and implementing novel innovations that lead to improved patient-reported and healthy system outcomes for older people with frailty.