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Dr. Patricia Houston

Dr. Patricia Houston, MD, MEd, FRCPC
Vice Dean, MD Program

Dr. Patricia Houston began her term as Vice Dean of the MD Program in 2016. In addition to leadership of the MD and MD/PhD Programs including curriculum, Dr. Houston has academic oversight of the Medical Radiation Sciences Program.

A graduate of the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Toronto, where she also completed a Masters in Education at OISE, Dr. Houston has distinguished herself as a collaborative leader in health professional education.?She has served in a number of leadership roles both at the University and at St. Michael’s Hospital, where she served as Vice President, Education.?She was Vice Chair of Education in the Faculty of Medicine Department of Anesthesia from 2004 to 2011 and served as Acting Vice-Dean, Undergraduate Medical Education in 2012-2013.?At St. Michael’s she has served as Medical Director, Perioperative Service Program and Anesthetist-in-Chief, among other roles.? In addition, she co-chaired the TAHSN Education Committee from 2011 to 2014.??

Dr. Houston joined the Department of Anesthesia at the Faculty of Medicine in 1984 as a Lecturer and was appointed full Professor in 2006.?Throughout her career she has been recognized with numerous teaching and leadership awards. She is an active member of a number of international and national organizations and associations, including the Canadian Anesthesiologists’ Society, of which she was President from 2012 to 2014.??

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Stacey Bernstein

Dr. Stacey Bernstein, MD, FRCPC
Clerkship Director

Dr.?Stacey Bernstein is an Associate Professor in the Department of Paediatrics and a hospitalist at The Hospital for Sick Children. She is currently the Clerkship Director at the University of Toronto and previously served as the Undergraduate Director for Paediatrics, Deputy Clerkship Director and the Interim Associate Academy Director for the Mississauga Academy of Medicine.?She has received teaching awards including the Canadian Association for Medical Education?Certificate of Merit and the W.T. Aikins Award awarded by U of T’s Faculty of Medicine for excellence in undergraduate teaching. Dr. Bernstein did her medical school and residency training at the University of Toronto. She is a graduate of the Education Scholars Program in 2006 and has a strong interest in faculty development and small group teaching.

Dr. Pier Bryden

Dr. Pier Bryden, MD, FRCPC
Director of Program Integration

Dr. Pier Bryden is a staff psychiatrist in the Department of Psychiatry at The Hospital for Sick Children?and an associate professor at the University of Toronto.?She is a graduate of the University of Toronto, the University of Oxford?and McMaster University. Dr. Bryden has served as the MD Program Preclerkship Director since 2013, and co-led the curriculum renewal process.?Previously she was the MD Program Faculty Lead, Ethics and Professionalism.?Dr. Bryden is Chair of the Medical Council of Canada’s Public Health, Ethics, Legal, and Organizational Aspects of Medicine examination committee.?She also sits on the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons’ History and Heritage Committee.?Her academic publications include papers on medical education, medical professionalism, and ethical and legal aspects of child psychiatry.

In February 2016, she has published?a book on psychiatry entitled?How Can I Help, with colleague Dr. David Goldbloom, with Simon and Schuster.

Dr. Alison Freeland

Dr. Alison Freeland,?BSc MD FRCPC
Associate Dean, Medical Education (Regional)?

Dr. Alison Freeland joined the?Faculty of?Medicine at the University of Toronto?in?June 2015. Prior to this role,?she?held academic positions?at the University of Ottawa and served as the Associate Chief of Psychiatry for the Royal Ottawa Mental Health Centre. Dr. Freeland?currently holds the position of?Vice President of Education?at Trillium Health Partners, a large community hospital?that offers acute care and specialized regional services to people living in Mississauga.?As?Associate Dean, Medical Education (Regional), she?works with the medical education team at?the Mississauga Academy of Medicine, where 216 medical students from U of T are based. She is?an Associate Professor at the University of Toronto.

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Janet Hunter

Janet Hunter,?MEd
Faculty Registrar and Director, Enrolment Services

Janet Hunter is the Director of Enrolment Services and Faculty Registrar for the Undergraduate Medical Education Program at the University of Toronto. She earned her Masters of Education from the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (OISE), where she honed her skills as a leader in higher education. Janet has a solid record of developing and leading strategic programs and initiatives and delivering excellence by fostering a culture of continuous improvement and organizational learning.?She is an expert relationship-builder and a visionary known for building, inspiring and motivating high-performance teams.

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Gina John

Gina John, MBA
Director of Operations

As Director of Operations with the MD Program, Gina?oversees the overall operations of the program.?Prior to joining the MD Program in 2016, she?served as Administrative Director with the?Division of Engineering Science (Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering) for seven years. ?She has also served as?Associate Director of the Rotman Commerce Career Centre, and held the position of Relationship Manager in the same unit. With strong leadership?abilities,?Gina has successfully managed a broad scope of activities that include human resources, financial resources, operations, student services and strategic planning.?

Gina holds a BSc (Biological Sciences) and a BEd (Secondary Education), both from the University of Alberta, and an MBA from the University of Windsor.?

Dr. David Latter

Dr. David Latter MD, CM, FRCSC, FACS
Director, MD Admissions and Student Finances?

Dr. David Latter graduated from McGill University in 1982. He completed residencies in General Surgery and Cardiovascular and Thoracic Surgery at McGill University (1982-1989) and a clinical fellowship in Thoracic Transplantation at Stanford University in California (1990).? Dr. Latter was a member of the Division of Cardiovascular and Thoracic Surgery at the Royal Victoria Hospital, McGill University from 1991 to 1996.? In 1996, Dr. Latter was appointed to a position at the University of Toronto’s St. Michael’s Hospital Division of Cardiac Surgery where he is currently the Division Head. During his 19 years at the University of Toronto, Dr. Latter has held various positions,?including?Chair of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada Examination Board (2001-2004), Program Director of the Cardiac Surgery Residency Program (2003-2009), Acting Chair of the Department of Surgery (May 2010-April 2011). Currently, Dr. Latter is the Director of Clinical Fellows (2006-present) and Vice Chair of Education (2008-present) for the Department of Surgery. Dr. Latter specializes in adult cardiac surgery with a special interest in mitral valve surgery.?

Marcus Law

Dr. Marcus Law,?MD, MBA, MEd, CCFP,?FCFP
Director of Foundations?

Dr. Marcus Law is currently the Director of Foundations, MD Program, at the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Toronto. ?He is an Associate Professor in the Department of Family & Community Medicine. ?He also serves as the Director of Medical Education at the Michael Garron Hospital.

He obtained an MBA degree with the W. P. Carey School of Business?and a Master of Education degree at the University of Toronto. He is a graduate of the Harvard Macy Institute Program for Leading Innovation in Healthcare Education?and the Rotman School of Management Advanced Health Leadership Program.

His academic focus is in the area of advocacy in medical education, both teaching advocacy and advocating for learners using innovative pedagogical approaches.

Dr. Antonio Pignatiello,?MD, FRCP (C)
Associate Dean,?Health Professions?Student Affairs (HPSA)

Dr. Pignatiello is a Child & Adolescent Psychiatrist whose professional career has spanned a variety of community and academic settings, including hospitals, schools, and children’s mental health agencies in the Toronto, Peel, and Halton regions. As Medical Director of the Telepsychiatry/TeleLink Mental Health Program, Dr. Pignatiello oversaw the evolution of the program into one of the largest, most comprehensive, and integrated programs of its kind globally. His work in Telepsychiatry has garnered him numerous awards and recognition for his innovative work advancing the field.

In 2013, Dr. Pignatiello was appointed Associate Psychiatrist-in-Chief at The Hospital for Sick Children. Dr. Pignatiello is also the Director of Child, Youth & Family in the Medical Psychiatry Alliance (MPA) and the inaugural Chair in Child & Youth Medical Psychiatry at SickKids. The Medical Psychiatry Alliance (MPA) is a unique partnership between the University of Toronto, The Centre for Addiction & Mental Health, Trillium Health Partners, and The Hospital for Sick Children, with a mandate to effect broad, system-level change to management, learning, and teaching related to patients with combined medical-mental health needs across the lifespan.

Dr. Richard Pittini

Dr. Richard Pittini, MD, MEd, FRCSC, FACOG
Director of?Assessments & Evaluations

Dr. Richard Pittini is an Associate Professor of Obstetrics and Gynaecology at the University of Toronto. He graduated from the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Toronto in 1993, he completed his postgraduate training in obstetrics and gynaecology in 1998 and subsequently completed his Master of Education degree at Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (OISE) in Health Professional Education in 2001.

He is a clinician educator at Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre and full-time faculty at the University of Toronto.?He has received numerous teaching awards for undergraduate and postgraduate teaching from the Canadian Association of Medical Examiners, the Association of Professors of Obstetrics & Gynaecology and the Chair of the Department of Ob/Gyn at the University of Toronto.?He is the Director of Evaluations, Undergraduate Medical Education and the Chair of the Examination & Student Assessment Committee at the University of Toronto.?He is currently the Chair of the Royal College of Physicians & Surgeons of Canada Board of Examiners for Obstetrics & Gynaecology. His research interests include student assessment including the assessment of technical and non-technical skills and team-based performance using simulation.

Dr.?Robert Chen, MA, MBBChir, MSc, FRCPC
Interim Associate Dean, Physician Scientist Training Program

Dr. Robert Chen is a Professor at the Department of Medicine, Senior Scientist at the Krembil Research Institute, Catherine Manson Chair in Movement Disorders, the Director of the Eliot Phillipson Clinician Scientist Training Program of the Department of Medicine and the Editor-in-Chief of the Canadian Journal of Neurological Sciences.

He received his medical degrees from the University of Cambridge and M.Sc. from the University of Toronto. He undertook internship at Guy’s Hospital (University of London), Internal Medicine residency at Queen’s University, Neurology residency at the University of Western Ontario, and fellowship at the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke at the NIH. He joined the Department of Medicine in 1998 as an Assistant Professor and was appointed Full Professor in 2008.

Dr. Chen is a neurologist and clinician scientist with research interests in human motor control, human brain plasticity and pathophysiology of movement disorders such as Parkinson’s disease and dystonia. He has authored over 270 peer-reviewed research papers and two books, and mentored many graduate students and postdoctoral fellows.

Dr. Martin Schreiber

Dr. Martin Schreiber,?MD, MMedEd, FRCPC
Senior Academic Coordinator Accreditation

Dr. Martin Schreiber graduated from the University of Toronto?MD Program in 1987, and then?completed training in internal medicine and nephrology at the University of Toronto.?He obtained a Master's Degree in Medical Education from the University of Dundee in Scotland.?He has been on faculty since 1994, and is currently appointed as Professor of Medicine?and is a staff nephrologist at St. Michael's Hospital.?From 2000 to 2010 he was course director of the second-year course Foundations of Medical Practice, and from 2002 to 2005 he was Director, Undergraduate Education Department of Medicine.?He was Preclerkship Director from 2005 to 2012, and was the Senior Academic Coordinator for the MD program's LCME/CACMS accreditation in 2012.?Since 2012, Dr. Schreiber has served as?the Director of MD Program Curriculum.?He has won over 40 teaching awards, including the Dean A.L. Chute Award ('Silver Shovel') award nine times, the W.T. Aikins Award twice, the U of T President's Teaching Award, the Ontario Confederation of University Faculty Associations teaching award, and the Ontario Medical Association Advocate for Students award.

Glendon Tait

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Dr. Glendon Tait, MD, MSc, FRCP, FCPA
Director, Student Assessment

Dr. Glendon Tait is an Associate Professor in the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Toronto.? He is Director of Student Assessment for the University of Toronto MD Program, where he has led the renewal of the student assessment framework for the new Foundations Curriculum. Dr. Tait practices Consultation-Liaison Psychiatry with Sinai Health System.

Dr. Tait completed a B.A. (Hons) from the University of New Brunswick, an M.Sc. from the University of Alberta, and M.D. from the University of Calgary.? He subsequently completed his residency in psychiatry at the University of Toronto and a Fellowship in Health Professions Education Research at the Wilson Centre for Research in Education at the University of Toronto.

Dr. Tait’s current academic foci are in two main areas: programmatic assessment as an approach for assessing and guiding learning of medical students including policy, technology, coaching, and holistic academic decision making; and understanding patient and health system complexity using qualitative and complex adaptive system lenses.?

Having served in several national leadership capacities, he is currently the President of the Canadian Academy of Psychosomatic Medicine and is a Fellow of the Canadian Psychiatric Association.

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