Specializing in the management of infectious diseases, my work revolves around patient care, disease containment, and improving patient outcomes. I am also deeply engaged in the field of infection control, actively involved in the development of innovative approaches to detect, prevent, and manage the spread of diseases within healthcare environments.
In addition to my clinical and research endeavours, I am deeply passionate about medical education. I believe in creating a nurturing and safe learning environment, meeting learners at their level, and inspiring the next generation of physicians.
Currently, I am a graduate student at the University of Toronto, pursuing an MSc. in Health Policy, Management, and Evaluation with a concentration in Clinical Epidemiology & Health Care Research. My goal is to acquire the skills necessary to conduct impactful research that not only contributes to patient care but also reduces the burden of infectious diseases. Moreover, I aspire to enhance the quality of medical education, preparing future healthcare professionals for the challenges they will face.