Dr. Andrew Warren is a pediatric cardiologist and Professor of Pediatrics at Dalhousie University. He began his medical training at Memorial, with an MD in 1992, followed by a rotating internship at the Ottawa General Hospital, a residency in pediatrics at Memorial, and a subspecialty residency in pediatric cardiology at Dalhousie and the University of Toronto. During residency, he also completed a Masters degree in clinical epidemiology. Dr. Warren joined the medical staff at the IWK Health Center and the faculty of Dalhousie in July 1999. Since then, he has held various leadership roles at the hospital and university including Program Director of the Pediatric Cardiology Residency Program, Division Head in Pediatric Cardiology, and, since June of 2012, Associate Dean for Postgraduate Medical Education (PGME). From a research perspective, Dr. Warren’s interests include the epidemiology of congenital heart disease, economic analyses of the costs of pediatric cardiology care, and medical education.
As part of his role as Associate Dean, he co-chairs the Nova Scotia physician resource plan-medical education working group and is a member of numerous committees on which he represents the interests of postgraduate medical education and its programs. Nationally, Dr. Warren has been actively involved in the activities of the Royal College for many years, including as a longstanding member of the Residency Accreditation Committee. He is also the current chair of the Association of Faculties of Medicine of Canada Committee on Postgraduate Medical Education. Recreationally, Dr. Warren enjoys running, biking, and backcountry camping.