Oliver earned his BA (Psychology) from the University of Victoria and MSc (Neuroscience) from the University of British Columbia prior to receiving his MD from the University of Toronto.
During medical school, Oliver received the Weber Nimon prize in neurology. With his free time, he enjoys hiking, cycling, skiing, and traveling.
Dr. Fatehi received his MD from the University of Toronto. Prior to this, he had obtained a Bachelor of Science degree with a double major in physics and mathematics at the University of Prince Edward Island (UPEI). He has also received a Master of Science degree in molecular genetics from the University of Toronto.
Mostafa was a recipient of the Faculty Association Gold Medal at UPEI and was awarded an NSERC Canada Graduate Student scholarship. In medical school, he received the Herbert Bruce Medal and the Golden Stethoscope Award.
Mostafa enjoys reading, fiction and non-fiction in his free time. His interests include history, politics and economics. He also enjoys playing soccer and has coached teams at various age groups. Mostafa also has a budding interest in hiking.
Dr. Dandurand obtained MD degree at Laval University, Quebec City.
She was a winner of Jaen-Marie-de-Koninck prize for academic and sports excellence at Laval University.
Charlotte is a competitive swimming for 9 years. Short-course butterfly and freestyle specialist and was captain of the female swimming team at Laval University for the last two seasons of her swimming career. She is a winner of silver and bronze medal at the Canadian Interuniversity Sport championships. She enjoys sports notably swimming, running, and spinning.
Dr. Makarenko obtained a Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Physiology and MD degree from the University of British Columbia.
He was a UBC Wesbrook Scholar and received many other academic awards including the Conquer Cancer Foundation ASCO Research Award and a Canada In-Course Millennium Excellence Award.
Serge is an instructor in martial artists with a 2nd Dan Black Belt Taekwondo and 2nd Dan Black Belt Hapkido. He has an instructor license from the International Disabled Self-Defense Association. He also enjoys Ice Hockey, Snowboarding, Soccer and Travelling.
Dr. Chang obtained his MD degree from the University of Toronto. Prior to starting medical school, he received a Bachelor of Science degree in the University of Toronto's Specialist Program in Human Biology (Genes, Genetics, and Biotechnology) with a minor in Philosophy.
He competed at the International Dragon Boat Federation (IDBF) World dragon boat championships in 2011 (Tampa Bay, USA) and in 2013 (Szeged, Hungary) as a member of the Canadian national team.
Stephano also enjoys dragon boats, outrigger canoe, paddle boarding and snow boarding.