Mona LoutfyMD, FRCPC, MPH
President & Research Director

Dr. Loutfy completed her Internal Medicine Residency in 1999 and her Infectious Diseases Fellowship in 2001 at the University of Toronto. She did a Master's of Public Health at Harvard's School of Public Health in 2002 and a CIHR Postdoctoral Research Fellowship at McGill University from 2002-204. She is now an Assistant Professor at the University of Toronto where she focuses on clinical HIV research.

Dr. Loutfy is the Research Director at CIRC and her clinical practice at the Maple Leaf Medical Clinic specializes in HIV in women, HIV in pregnancy, HIV in persons from endemic countries, salvage HIV therapy, simplification of HIV therapy and infectious diseases. In 2007 Mona joined Women's College as the Research Director for the Woman and HIV Research Program.

For information about our research program contact Roberta Halpenny, Research Manager: