Research Toronto

Specialty: Dermatology


34 Park Road
Toronto, Ontario
M4W 2N4 CA


Dr. G. Daniel Schachter, Dermatologist
Dr. Sameh (Sam) Hanna, Dermatologist

G. Daniel Schachter, MD, FRCPC, DABD

Dr. G. Daniel Schachter is an accomplished dermatologist with over 40 years' experience as a healthcare provider. He has conducted research trials for over 30 years, gaining considerable expertise with a wide variety of skin conditions.

Operating a dermatology practice in central Toronto, Dr. Schachter ensures top-notch healthcare is available to patients through his roles as Consultant Dermatologist to the Women's College Hospital, the Sunnybrook and Women's College Health Sciences Centre, St. John's Convalescent Hospital, and Orillia, Ontario's Soldier's Memorial Hospital.

A board member of the Canadian Dermatology Association, Dr. Schachter has acted as a medical consultant for various television, radio and magazine features on contemporary issues in skin care. He is proud to serve as the Toronto Raptors basketball team's Consultant Dermatologist.

Sameh Hanna, MD, FAAD, DABD

Dr. Sameh (Sam) Hanna is a Recognized Specialist in Dermatology with the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada, and a Diplomate of the American Board of Dermatology. He is an experienced dermatologist with credentials from some of the foremost medical institutions in North America.

In 2009, Dr. Hanna joined Research Toronto to provide healthcare to patients and conduct research trials alongside Dr. G. Daniel Schachter. The following year, Dr. Hanna became Chair of the Canadian Dermatology Association's Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee.

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