Dr. Jas Chahal Announced as the Division Head of Orthopaedic Surgery at Women’s College Hospital!

Dr. Chahal joined Women’s College hospital as staff after a UTOSM fellowship. He is an active leader in our teaching and research programs. We are proud to see him advance to this position to continue to provide leadership and excellence in clinical care, education and research on a more expansive platform. Congratulations Dr. Chahal!

J. Chahal annoucement

Congratulations fellows…all accepted for presentations on Othopedic Fellows day

University of Toronto   Division of Orthopaedic Surgery  2022 City-Wide Fellows Research Day


Falko Dahm

Surgeon’s progression of knowledge through 3D CT images in hip FAI – a survey-based study


Bandar Ahmed

“Proportionate Lengthening”–Developing a novel measurement of the acutely ruptured Achilles tendon

and a potential correlate of function


Evangelos Tourvas

Should anterior knee pain following anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction affect graft choice, and

the influence of Covid- A qualitative analysis in recreational athletes


Fahad Al Hulaibi

Interobserver Reliability of Quantifying Laxity from Coronal Plane Knee Stress Radiographs Using

Described Methodologies


Todd Mason

Validity and Reliability of Bilateral Axial View Radiographs in Objectifying Posterior Cruciate Ligament


Cross city rounds with Dr Jihad Abouali


City Wide Sports Medicine Rounds
University of Toronto Orthopedic Sports Medicine Program at Women’s College Hospital

“Innovations in ACL Surgery”


Dr. Jihad Abouali
Assistant Professor, University of Toronto

Orthopaedic Surgeon, Michael Garron Hospital

University of Toronto Orthopaedic and Sports Medicine

Darrell Ogilvie-Harris (Orthopaedic Surgery) representing the Temerty Faculty of Medicine, had a leadership role in establishing the new Tanenbaum Institute for Science in Sport which includes the new Tanenbaum Professorship in Orthopaedic Surgery and expansion of UTOSM programs.

MLSE chairman Larry Tanenbaum donates $20-million to kickstart new sports-science institute at University of Toronto


University of Toronto ranks 5th in the world for sports-related subjects!

The University of Toronto ranked first in Canada across all five of the broad subject categories evaluated in the QS World University Rankings by Subject 2022 – and remained the only university in the world to rank in the top 50 for 46 specific subjects.

The 2022 subject rankings, released this week by London-based Quacquarelli Symonds, placed U of T in the top 10 globally in seven subject areas: education (4), sports-related subjects (5), anatomy and physiology (8), pharmacy and pharmacology (9), philosophy (10), medicine (10) and nursing (10).

U of T also ranked among the top 25 universities globally in 32 specific subjects – a feat matched by only six other schools: Harvard University, the University of California, Berkeley, Stanford University, the University of California, Los Angeles, the University of Oxford and the University of Cambridge.