Dr Colin KovacsMD, FRCPC
SpecialitiesFamily Medicine/HIV Primary Care
t- (416) 465-3252 Appoints x 2; Consults x 3; Erika x 4
- Monday 12pm - 8pm
- Tuesday 8am - 4pm
- Wednesday 9am - 4pm
- Thursday 9am - 4pm
- Friday off site
About The Doctor
Dr. Colin Kovacs completed his medical degree in 1983 and an Emergency Medicine Fellowship in 1989 with sub-specialty training in Traumatology and Toxicology. His post graduate training included specialty training in Psychiatry and Internal Medicine. He has held an ongoing academic position with the University of Toronto since 1989 with both the Division of Emergency Medicine and the Division of Infectious Diseases. He has held an active membership in the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons since 1989. Colin has practiced HIV/AIDS clinical care since 1994. As president of the MLM HIV Research Collaborative, he has engaged in clinical and investigator driven research with collaborators throughout Canada and abroad, including agencies as the National Institutes of Health (NIH), John Hopkins University, University of Utrecht, New York Medical, Harvard University, McGill University, University of Washington, Cornell University, Ragon Institute and University of Toronto, among others. Current research includes a special focus in translational HIV immunopathogenesis, persistence of HIV infection, issues of reservoirs and latency, acute seroconversion and therapeutic HIV CURE / Remission strategies.
t- (416) 465-3252
f- (416) 465-0792
CONSULTS & PROCEDURES
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