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Congratulations To Our New Faculty Members

We would like to take this opportunity to congratulate and welcome three new faculty members to the Department of Family Medicine.

Dr. Dee Mangin

Effective July 1, 2013, Dr. Mangin, Associate Professor, joined us as the new David Braley & Nancy Gordon Chair in Family Medicine, Faculty of Health Sciences. 
Dr. Mangin comes to us from the University of Otago in New Zealand, where she was a clinician and academic family physician, holding the rank of Associate Professor of General Practice in the Department of Public Health and General Practice.  Dr. Mangin was also the Director of the Primary Care Research Unit.

We are very pleased to have Dee join us and look forward to working together to collectively improve the doctor-patient experience and to further the goals of a robust primary health care system.  

Dr. Michelle Howard

We are pleased to announce that Dr. Michelle Howard has accepted the position of non-clinical GFT at the rank of Assistant Professor within the Research Division of the Department of Family Medicine.  Dr. Howard has also taken on the role of research lead for the Division of Palliative Care.

Dr. Howard has been with the Department since 2004 as a Research Coordinator and Assistant Professor, Part-Time.  She received her PhD in Health Research Methodology from McMaster University in 2007 and most recently held the position of Evidence-Based Medicine Curriculum Coordinator, Family Medicine Residency Program, McMaster University.

Dr. Henry Siu

We are delighted to announce that Dr. Henry Siu has joined the Department of Family Medicine as a GFT, Assistant Professor.  Dr. Siu will practice out of Stonechurch Family Health Centre.  Dr. Siu graduated from McMaster’s Family Medicine Residency Program in 2010 and has since held a locum position at Stonechurch Family Health Centre.
Dr. Siu’s areas of clinical interest in research and teaching include Care of the Elderly, Long-Term Care, Shelter Health and Inner City Health. Henry’s passion for teaching the discipline of Family Medicine evident and we are excited to have him move into an academic role with the Department.