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Alma materUniversity of Chicago (BA 2013)

University of Cambridge (PhD 2017)

Johns Hopkins University (MD 2021)
Medical career
InstitutionsUniversity of Toronto

I am a physician-scientist based in Vancouver, British Columbia. My clinical work includes general family medicine, HIV & hepatitis C management in primary care, and treatment of menopause symptoms. My research led to both the development of a novel therapy against toxoplasmosis and deepening understanding of host immune response. My work resulted in a United States patent and a nomination for the Cozzarelli Prize, awarded annually by the National Academy of Sciences. I obtained my Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in 2017 from the University of Cambridge, where I was a recipient of the full-ride Gates Cambridge Scholarship. I received my Doctor of Medicine (MD) from the world-renowned Johns Hopkins School of Medicine in 2021.

My Wikipedia interests revolve around higher education (particularly institutions in the US, UK, and Canada), medicine, and food.

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