POCUS fellow

Horton Lee


Elmhurst Hospital Center, Queens, NY, USA

Dr. Lee completed his B.Sc at Wilfrid Laurier University and medical degree at St. George’s University, Grenada. He moved to New York after graduation and completed his paediatric residency at Elmhurst Hospital Center – Mount Sinai School of Medicine. He completed his paediatric emergency medicine fellowship at the Children’s Hospital of New Jersey – Newark Beth Israel. After fellowship, he returned to the Elmhurst Hospital Center in Queens, New York, and served as the assistant director of the paediatric emergency department. Horton and his wife are busy parents to two active boys under three and a french bulldog. They enjoy hiking, skiing, and camping in the great outdoors. They are looking forward to new adventures as a family in Ontario.

His areas of interest are in medical education and has also been involved in quality assurance projects to improve patient care. His current position at SickKids is a clinical POCUS (point-of-care ultrasound) fellow. His most recent publications are, a case review titled “Point-of-Care Ultrasound to Identify the Source of Dyspnea in a Patient with Systemic Lupus Erythematosus” in the journal of Pediatric Emergency Care and a clinical review “Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome in Children” in the Journal of Emergency Medicine.

POCUS Fellow

Amar Singh


The University of Louisville, Louisville, Kentucky, USA

Dr. Singh was born and raised in Ontario. He went to Ross University School of Medicine and completed his paediatrics residency at Texas A&M. He most recently finished his Paeds Emergency fellowship and Masters of Clinical Investigative Sciences at the University of Louisville in Kentucky. He and his wife are excited to be back in Toronto with their 2-year-old son and 5-month-old daughter. He enjoys spending time with his family, cooking, travelling, and playing/watching sports. His specific interests in Paediatric Emergency Medicine are Trauma, Sedation, US-guided regional anesthesia and musculoskeletal ultrasound.

POCUS Fellow

Danielle Vincent


Children’s Health Ireland, Dublin, Ireland

Dr. Vincent, is one of the POCUS fellows for 2021-2022. She is from Dublin, Ireland and graduated from University College Dublin. She trained in paediatrics in Ireland before completing a fellowship in Paediatric Emergency Medicine in the Hospital for Sick Children. After her fellowship in POCUS, she will return to Dublin as a PEM consultant in Children’s Health Ireland. Her area of interest is medical education and she aims to strive to further develop the use of POCUS in Ireland.