George Ibrahim

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George Ibrahim

Associate Professor, Full-Time Clinical Appointment

Department of Surgery, Temerty Faculty of Medicine

Professor George Ibrahim is a pediatric neurosurgeon at the Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto and Associate Professor in Biomedical Engineering, Medical Science and Surgery. He is a senior scientist at the Hospital for Sick Children Research Institute. He co-directs Canada’s only pediatric deep brain stimulation clinic and program. He also runs an active research lab focused on the study of brain Connectomics to guide novel treatments for pediatric neurological and neurodevelopmental disorders.

Professor Ibrahim plays a role in teaching undergraduate, graduate and postgraduate trainees. Within the Division of Neurosurgery, he leads the mentorship mandate and is the site director for the Residency Program Committee. He also has a longstanding interest in global neurosurgical education. Together with Dr. Mojgan Hodaie, he is developing microlearning tools to facilitate neurosurgical teaching locally and internationally. These are AI-driven learning tools to advance competency-based education focused on personalized learners’ journeys and needs.