Dr. Raghu Venugopal

Raghu Venugopal (MD, MPH, FRCPC) is an attending emergency physician at the University Health Network and an Assistant Professor of Medicine at the University of Toronto. He completed his residency training in emergency medicine at McGill University and an international emergency medicine fellowship at Johns Hopkins University.  Dr. Venugopal also earned a Masters of Public Health from Harvard University.

Dr. Venugopal has extensive experience practicing and lecturing about humanitarian medicine and relief. He has completed five missions with Médecins Sans Frontières in the Democratic Republic of Congo in North and South Kivu, Chad, Burundi and the Central African Republic and has served on the Board of Directors of MSF-Canada. He has also worked with governments in the Palestinian Territories, Ethiopia and Tanzania to improve emergency services and in the Balkans during refugee crises.

Research Interests
  • Global Health
  • Medical Education
  • Humanitarian Medicine
  • Disaster Relief

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Read more about Dr. Venugopal’s research here… 


Dr. Venugopal is currently accepting trainees for research projects. If you are interested in working with Dr. Venugopal, please fill in this form.

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