Academic Rank:
Clinical Instructor, UBC
Hematopathologist, Kelowna General Hospital
Kelowna General Hospital
Short Bio:

I grew up in Kamloops, BC and went to Queen’s university to study biochemistry. I subsequently went to medical school at UWO in London, Ontario, where I met my future wife Sarah. After medical school I moved back to BC and completed a general pathology residency in Vancouver, along with a year fellowship in general hematopathology. I was hired by interior health in the capacity of a general hematopathologist at Kelowna General Hospital, starting in the summer of 2016. My main areas of practice are in lymphoma and bone marrow diagnostics, general patient care, as well as quality improvement and outreach coverage with other smaller sites in the region. I have interests in teaching, including currently technologists and UBC Okanagan medical students.

Academic background

  • FRCPC, The University of British Columbia 2015
  • MD, The University of Western Ontario 2010
  • BSc, (Biochemistry) Queen’s University 2006