FALL 2016 OPEN HOUSE
Dr. Ritika Goel
Dr. Ritika Goel is a family physician with Queen West Community Heath Centre and Inner City Health Associates, St. Michael's Hospital in Toronto. She has a Master of Public Health from Johns Hopkins School of Public Health and is a lecturer in the Department of Family and Community Medicine at the University of Toronto. Ritika's clinical work is with people experiencing or at-risk of homelessness as well as migrants with precarious immigration status. She has been involved in various social justice issues since medical school including strengthening medicare, contributing to anti-poverty work and migrant justice. Ritika is a board member of Canadian Doctors for Medicare, chair of the Social Accountability Working Group at the College of Family Physicians of Canada and an organizer with the OHIP for All campaign and Decent Work and Health Network. She is also a regular media contributor including an active presence on Twitter.
MD CURRICULUM SPEAKER
Catherine Matolcsy, MD(C)
Catherine Matolcsy is an MD candidate in the 2T0 class and a U of T lifer! She studied Neuroscience & Human Physiology at the University of Toronto, and graduated in 2016. Catherine loves to cook, spend time with my puppy, and discuss all things Neuro! Catherine is also the CPC2 course representative for the 2T0 class, her role is to accumulate feedback from the class and relay that to faculty, while helping them shape the curriculum in real time, as well as for future classes (like you!).
MD ADMISSIONS SPEAKER
Hannah Stevenson, Student Enrolment Services Assistant
Hannah Stevenson works as a Student Enrolment Services Assistant at the Undergraduate Medical Education office at the University of Toronto. She is very passionate about her job and will be delivering a keynote about Admissions to the MD Program at the University of Toronto!
SPRING 2018 OPEN HOUSE
Dr. Evelyn Rubin
Dr Evelyn Rubin, MD, CCFP, is a Family Physician practicing in downtown Toronto. She graduated from the University of Toronto medical school and completed her Family Medicine residency at North York General Hospital. She is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Family and Community Medicine at the University of Toronto. She is actively involved in teaching medical students in all four years at the University of Toronto. She is also a volunteer preceptor at the IMAGINE clinic.
Medical Radiation Sciences
Speech & Language Pathology