Dr. Andrew T. Sage

Dr. Andrew T. Sage is an Assistant Scientist with the Toronto Lung Transplant Program at the Toronto General Hospital Research Institute and an Assistant Professor at the University of Toronto.

Dr. Sage received a BSc (Biochemistry) from Queen’s University in 2007, MSc from McMaster University (Biochemistry and Biomedical Sciences) in 2009, and a PhD from the University of Toronto (Pharmaceutical Sciences) in 2015.

His research focuses on identifying and translating novel biomarkers and medical devices to aid in surgical decision-making during lung transplantation. He has a keen interest in cutting-edge technologies, including machine learning, artificial intelligence, and remote piloted aircrafts. In 2021, Dr. Sage played a pivotal role as part of the team that accomplished the world’s first delivery of a human lung for transplant via drone in downtown Toronto.

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