Dr. Ronit Agid
Ronit Agid is a Neuroradiologist at JDMI, UHN, the section Lead of Interventional Neuroradiology at the Toronto Western Hospital. She is a Professor of Radiology at the University of Toronto.
In 1995 she graduated from the Hadassah Hebrew University medical school in Jerusalem, Israel. Completed Radiology residency at the Hadassah medical center in Jerusalem in 2000 and Fellowship in diagnostic and interventional Neuroradiology at the University of Toronto in 2004.
Dr. Agid has published over 120 articles in peer-reviewed journals and presented her work in over 70 scientific meetings. She has been an invited speaker and a visiting professor in over 60 national and international conferences. She has organized 3 scientific meetings in Tel Aviv focusing on Neuro-Interventional treatments and served as a faculty and session moderator in 30 other scientific meetings. She serves as a reviewer for 24 peer reviewed medical journals and is on the editorial board of 3. Dr. Agid’s research focus is on the natural history, imaging and management of cerebrovascular diseases.
Dr. Agid is a member of the Executive and Endowment Committees of the World Federation of Interventional and Therapeutic Neuororadiology (WFITN) and Chair of the Educational and Women’s Committees of this organization. She created and is managing several projects for the WFITN organization, including: the “Interventional Neuroradiology Low and Lower-Middle Income Country Observership Program” the “Mentorship Program for Women by Women in Neurointervetion” and the “Observership Program for Women in INR.”
Dr. Agid served as a member of the AFC (area of focused competence) Working Group in Neuro-intervention of the Royall College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada creating rules for it’s neurointeventional residency program.