Daniel Andreae is an inspirational award-winning educator, community advocate, visionary, volunteer, and leader. He was instrumental in launching the National Eating Disorder Information Center at Toronto General Hospital and served as the first Executive Director of the Alzheimer Society of Toronto where he developed several leading-edge programs including the Wandering Patient Registry.
As the longest-serving president of the Ontario Association of Social Workers, he led a ten-year campaign to achieve the statutory recognition of the profession, finally bringing Ontario in line with the rest of North America. After receiving his doctorate in education at the University of Toronto he began a remarkable teaching career that saw him teach 45 different subjects at university and college levels and become a valued mentor to innumerable students.
A strong believer in lifelong learning and contributing to society, he serves on the Governing Board of the Michener Institute, a key part of the Toronto University Health Network, as Special Advisor to the Weizmann Institute of Science (Canada) and serves on their international board having a neuroscience laboratory named in his honor. He has been a leader in supporting the first Canadian robotic training academy at the University Health Network.
In his video biographies, it is examined how Dr. Andreae’s passion for practical knowledge translated into a successful career as a researcher and physician.
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