PhD, University of Toronto
MPH, American University of Armenia
MD, Yerevan State Medical University
Dr. Lusine Abrahamyan is a Scientist at the Toronto General Hospital Research Institute (University Health Network) and an Associate Professor in the Institute of Health Policy, Management and Evaluation, University of Toronto. Dr. Abrahamyan’s research interests are in comparative effectiveness research and health technology assessment using clinical trials, observational studies, administrative data analysis, systematic reviews, surveys, and economic evaluation studies. She is the Co-Lead of the Canadian Research Network for Adult Congenital Heart Disease interventions (CRN-ACHDi). Her research team at the Toronto General Hospital conducts studies to answer high priority research questions in ACHDi, embracing innovative methods and providing excellent research and training opportunities for undergraduate and graduate students and fellows. She is also interested and has experience in health services research in heart failure and other cardiovascular diseases, obstructive sleep apnea, COPD and rare diseases. She is currently teaching graduate courses in health survey research methods and systematic reviews. She is a Visiting Associate Professor at the Turpanjian College of Health Sciences and has been supervising MPH students since 2006.