Jonathan Angel, MD
Core Co-Leader, Vaccines and Immunotherapies
Dr. Angel graduated from medical school at the University of Toronto in 1988, which was followed by an internal medicine residency in Toronto. After one year as the chief medical resident at St. Paul’s Hospital in Vancouver, he did his clinical and research infectious diseases training at the New England Medical Center/Tufts University in Boston.
Since joining the Division of Infectious Diseases, Department of Medicine at the Ottawa General Hospital in 1995, Dr. Angel has been involved in laboratory based and clinical research as well as teaching and patient care. His research is focused on understanding how HIV damages the immune system and how these insights can potentially lead to new therapies.
Dr. Angel is currently a professor of medicine at the University of Ottawa, a senior scientist in the Ottawa Hospital Research Institute and the director of the HIV Clinic at the Ottawa Hospital.