Anna Gold, Ph.D., C. Psych: Dr. Gold is a licensed Clinical Psychologist in Ontario, Canada and the United Kingdom, with competency in clinical intervention and neuropsychological assessment. She is currently employed at The Toronto Hospital for Sick Children (Canada) in the Transplant and Regenerative Medicine Centre, where she provides neuropsychological and developmental assessments of patients (0-18 years of age) within the heart, lung, liver, kidney and small bowel/intestinal programs, in addition to the therapeutic intervention and consultation. She has previously worked with a diverse range of medical populations at SickKids Hospital including Oncology (Brain Tumour), Epilepsy, Genetic/Metabolics and Cystic Fibrosis.
She is currently a Project Investigator at the SickKids Research Institute and is actively involved in research across all the organ groups, with a particular focus on neurodevelopmental and neuropsychological outcomes following multi-organ transplant and intestinal regeneration. She is co-investigator for a CIHR Catalyst Grant: e-Health Innovation for an online teen based multi-organ transplant website, in addition to several other grant funded studies exploring cognitive and neuroanatomical differences in pediatric kidney transplant recipients, and an'i-Peer2Peer' support mentoring program for adolescent transplant recipients. She is an active member of the SickKids Psychology Department Residency and Training Committees, and greatly enjoys providing clinical supervision to psychology trainees. She is also co-chair of the International Pediatric Transplant Association Allied Health and Nursing Committee, and part of the Editorial Committee of the Journal of Pediatric Transplantation.