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About Sickkids
About SickKids

Aideen Moore, MD, FRCPC, MRCPI, MHSc

The Hospital for Sick Children
Staff Neonatologist

Research Institute
Project Investigator
Child Health Evaluative Sciences

University of Toronto

Associate Member
School of Graduate Studies

Chair Positions

BORN Ontario
Congenital Anomalies Committee

Baby's Breath Medical Advisory Committee

Phone: 416-813-5295
Fax: 416-813-5245
Email: aideen.moore@sickkids.ca

Brief Biography

Dr. Aideen Moore obtained her MB, BCh, BAO from University College Dublin, Ireland and trained in Internal Medicine and Paediatrics. She undertook postgraduate training in Toronto and joined the Division of Neonatology at The Hospital for Sick Children in 1987. Dr Moore’s clinical and research interests are on the outcomes of high-risk infants admitted to the NICU and the prevalence and outcome of congenital anomalies.

Academic Background

2001        Master of Health Science MHSc in Bioethics, University of Toronto
1993        MD Thesis, Department of Medicine, University College Dublin
1984        FRCP(C), Department of Paediatrics, Royal College of Physicians of Canada
1980        DCH, Paediatrics, University College Dublin
1980        MRCP(I), Royal College of Physicians of Ireland
1970-76   MB, BCh, BAO, Department of Medicine, University College Dublin

Research Interests

  1. Neonatal outcome studies, including outcome of the surgical neonate.
  2. Neonatal Necrotising Enterocolitis; etiology, management and outcome.
  3. Defining the prevalence and outcome of congenital anomalies and establishing a surveillance system in Canada to support this goal.


Top Publications:

  1. Elfvin E, Dinsdale E, Wales PW, Moore AM. Low birth weight, gestational age, need for surgical intervention and gram-negative bacteraemia predict intestinal failure following necrotising enterocolitis. Acta Paediatrica 2015: 104: pp 771-776.
  2. Rafay M, deVeber GA, Cortez MA, Tan-Dy C, Al-Futaisi A, Yoon W, MacGregor D,  Moore AM. Predictive value of clinical and EEG features in the diagnosis of stroke and hypoxic ischemic encephalopathy in neonates with seizures. Stroke 2009: 40: pp 2402-2407.
  3. Tam E, Widjaja E, Blaser S, MacGregor D, Satodia P, Moore AM. Occipital lobe injury and cortical visual outcome after neonatal hypoglycemia. Pediatrics 2008 Sep: 122 (3): pp 507-512.  

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