top of page

Dr. Tommy Chan

Dr. Tommy Chan is a dual board-certified neurologist in Canada and USA. He is a United Council for Neurologic Subspecialties (UCNS) accredited headache specialist. He completed a 5-year adult neurology residency training program at the University of Western Ontario, Canada. He was appointed as chief neurology resident. He completed a Headache Fellowship training at Stanford University before returning as an Assistant Professor at the University of Western Ontario and a Headache Neurologist at London Health Sciences Center. He is the Director of the John H. Kreeft Headache Clinic and Chairman for the National Neurology Resident Headache Course.He is a well published author with most recent publications in CMAJ on ‘Diagnosis and acute management of migraine’ and ‘Pharmacological prevention of migraine.’ 

Dr. Samantha Boshart

Aani, my name is Samantha Boshart. I was born and raised within the Great Lakes Basin. I was
born to parents with two very different life experiences: My mother a First Nations woman
from the Chippewas of the Thames First Nation and my Father a descendant of German
Settlers. I have always been curious about the human condition and what is called natural law.
I studied Medical Science at Western University and went on to become a Family Physician
while at the same time re-connecting to Indigenous Knowledge that accelerated my own
healing. I am passionate about learning, teaching and supporting the healing of individuals,
families and nations. I hold positions as adjunct professor for the department of Family
Medicine in the Schulich School of Medicine and Dentistry as well as the Regional Indigenous
Cancer lead for the Southwest Regional Cancer program. I am currently working towards
establishing a First Nations Led healing team. I am a mother, an aunt, a sister, a daughter and a
granddaughter. I take care of a dog named Nimkii (thunder) a German Shepherd with an
attitude. I enjoy preparing food for my relations, swimming in lake huron, walking, yoga,
reading, singing, dancing and riding horses.

Dr. Sonja Reichert


Dr. Ali Mourad

Dr. Ali Mourad, an assistant professor at Western University, specializes in reproductive endocrinology and infertility (REI). His proficiency lies in advanced ultrasonography, particularly in diagnosing endometriosis. In addition to his clinical endeavors, Dr. Mourad has contributed to preimplantation genetic testing research. He began his medical journey at Saint-Joseph University in Beirut, followed by residency training in Obstetrics and Gynecology at the American University of Beirut and completed a Gynecological Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility fellowship at the University of Montreal in Quebec. 

Devin Singh - Keynote Speaker

Dr. Devin Singh is a practicing Paediatric Emergency Medicine Physician from the Hospital for Sick Children (SickKids) in Toronto. He completed his undergraduate studies at the University of Western in medical sciences and went to work for the Ontario Provincial Government as a business analyst. Afterwards, he attended medical school at the University of Sydney, Australia with his paediatric residency and emergency medicine subspecialty training at SickKids Hospital. His research focuses on the use of machine learning to solve some of healthcare’s largest problems. He is the Physician Lead for Clinical Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning at SickKids for the Division of Emergency Medicine and has completed a Masters of Computer Science at the University of Toronto. Most recently he founded Hero AI, an innovative health tech start-up dedicated to empowering patients and healthcare providers with AI.

Dr. Eric Wong

Dr. Eric Wong is a family physician, Associate Professor and Faculty Development Director in the Department of Family Medicine, Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry, Western University.  
His academic interests and expertise is in medical education.  He has held educational leadership positions such as Faculty Lead for Assessment in the MD program at Western (2019-2021), Postgraduate Director of the Western family medicine residency program (2008-2014) and Director, Certification and Examinations at The College of Family Physicians of Canada (2015-2017).
He enjoys hiking, photography and spending time with his wife Joanne and  three children: Nicholas, Benjamin and Jessica.  He’s also trying to visit all the National Parks and National Park Reserves in Canada.  He’s almost half-way there (22/48)!

Dr. Jamie Wickett

Dr. Jamie Wickett is an Associate Professor in the Department of Family Medicine at Western
University. She works as a clinical team leader at the Victoria Family Medical Centre, an
academic teaching centre in London, ON. She practices comprehensive Family Medicine with
special interests in palliative care and care of the elderly. Dr. Wickett is currently the Associate
Chair of the Department of Family Medicine at Western. She has been recognized for excellence
in teaching and education with a Schulich Award of Excellence for Postgraduate Education and a
Canadian Association for Medical Education Certificate of Merit.

Dr. Jeff Alfonsi

Dr Alfonsi is a Specialist in Internal Medicine and Clinical Pharmacology and Toxicology. He is a diplomate of the American Board of Lifestyle and Obesity medicine. He is an Adjunct Professor in the Schulich School of Medicine and Dentistry at the University of Western Ontario (UWO) and in the department of Medicine at the University of Toronto. Dr Alfonsi also served as director of medical affairs at Ontario Telemedicine Network/Ontario Health for 5 years and continues to have a keen interest in virtual care and the clinical use of technology. 

Dr. Yiannis  Iordanous


Dr. Eldon Loh


Dr. Saadia Jan


Dr. Jessica Howard


Dr. Ian Toft


Dr. Faria Rubab


Dr. George Dresser


bottom of page