Evan Wild



Mount Sinai Hospital
600 University Avenue, Toronto, Ontario Canada M5G 1X5
Research Interests
• Point of Care Ultrasound • Obstetric Anesthesia • Difficult Airway
Clinical Interests
• Obstetric Anesthesia • Difficult Airway • Patient Safety • Perioperative Medicine

Dr. Wild is a staff anesthesiologist at Mount Sinai Hospital, Toronto, Canada. He began his anesthesia training in the United Kingdom (UK), training at Oxford University Hospitals, Oxford (UK), before continuing at multiple centers of excellence in London, England to include University College Hospital, The Royal Free Hospital and St Bartholomew's Hospital to name but a few. Dr. Wild achieved his Fellowship of the Royal College of Anaesthetists (UK) in 2016, and completed his anesthesia residency in 2019 with completion of the Fellow of The Royal College of Physicians of Canada (FRCPC) sub-specialty exams in anesthesia. He has completed two anesthesia fellowship programs, in advanced obstetric anesthesia and advanced airways. Dr. Wild has strong interests in medical education, leadership, quality improvement, patient safety and perioperative medicine.



Research Synopsis


My over-arching research goal is to create high quality patient centered care. In order to achieve this, I have conducted numerous quality improvement projects, which to date have won both national and international conference prizes. I continue to support the Department of Anesthesia and Pain Medicine, Mount Sinai Hospital, particularly with their ongoing research in point of care ultrasonography studies in obstetric patients (with an emphasis on airway ultrasound). Multiple research projects have been published in peer-reviewed national and international journals.

I have been involved in teaching of undergraduate medical school and postgraduate lectures, seminars, hands-on skills training in the clinical skills labs, faculty for simulation, along with clinical bedside and “in-OR” teaching of medical students, residents and fellows. The goal of my teaching sessions is to have a clear framework that is learner-centered. I was awarded the 2020 Sinai Health Systems Distinguished Educator Award.




Staff anesthesiologist, Mount Sinai Hospital
Staff anesthesiologist, Kensington Eye Institute
Anesthesia Departmental Lead for ENT/OMFS surgery, Mount Sinai Hospital
Undergraduate Site Coordinator for Anesthesia, Mount Sinai Hospital


Honours and Awards

Name: Sinai Health Systems Distinguished Educator Award - Mount Sinai Hospital - 2020
Name: Association of Anaesthetists of Great Britain and Ireland - Winter Scientific Meeting - 2016


1st prize in the category of audit

Name: John Glyn Audit Prize, The Royal Society of Medicine, London, United Kingdom - 2015
Name: North Central London School of Anaesthesia Quality Improvement Project Prize, London, United Kingdom - 2015
Name: Dermot Rowe Prize in Psychiatry (Runner Up), University of Oxford and Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust, Oxford, United Kingdom - 2015
Name: The AstraZeneca Project Prize, Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, University of Nottingham, Nottingham, United Kingdom - 2008

For outstanding research undertaken during the third year of the medical course.

Name: The Bart Prize - Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, University of Nottingham, Nottingham, United Kingdom - 2008

For outstanding academic achievement.