Dr. Cyrus Hsia
Dr. Cyrus Hsia completed his undergraduate degrees in Mathematics and Human Biology at the University of Toronto. He completed his Medical School training, residency in Internal Medicine and fellowship in Hematology at the Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry, Western University. He is currently an associate professor at Western University and associate medical director of the blood transfusion laboratory, London Health Sciences Centre.
He is the Program Director for the Adult Hematology Training Program at the Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry, Western University and serves as coach and mentor for various trainees at the University and the Department of Medicine. He enjoys sharing his clinical and laboratory knowledge of Hematology with all students, residents, and fellows.
Dr. Jeffrey D. Campbell
Dr. Campbell completed his medical school training at Dalhousie University in Halifax, NS, then residency training in Urology at Western University. He went on to complete a fellowship in men’s health and reconstructive urology at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, MD, then a second fellowship in prosthetic surgery at Western University. He also completed a Master in Public Health through the Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health with a certificate in clinical trials and research focus on opioid reduction strategies in surgery.
Dr. Campbell is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Surgery, division of Urology at the Schulich School of Medicine and Dentistry, Western University. He is the men’s health fellowship director and the assistant program director for the urology residency training program. His urology practice focuses primarily on benign urology including BPH/LUTS, men’s health, and sexual dysfunction. His clinical research focuses on minimally invasive treatment options for BPH, and new treatment options for erectile dysfunction and Peyronie's disease. Dr. Campbell is interested in promoting equity, diversity, and inclusivity in surgery and aims to create a multi-disciplinary approach to treat all of his patients.
Dr. Daniel Leger
Dr. Daniel Leger is an Associate Professor for the Department of Family Medicine at Western University. Originally from Kingston, Ontario, he received his Bachelor of Life Sciences at Queen’s University, pursued his Medical Degree at the University of Ottawa and completed his Family Medicine residency at Western University. He is the creator of the Family Medicine Study Guide, a non-profit app designed to enhance family medicine education and help provide financial assistance to impoverished families worldwide. He has a keen interest in medical education, philanthropy and innovative teaching methods. He was the recipient of the Schulich Excellence in Education Award and received the Department’s own Best Core Family Medicine Teacher Award. He was also the recipient of the Canadian Family Physician of Canada Team Williams Innovation Grant and was also nominated for the Western Humanitarian Award for his work on the app.
Dr. Andrew Hemphill
Dr Andrew Hemphill is an Academic Family Physician at Byron Family Medical Centre and Assistant
Professor at Western University. He did his undergraduate Bachelor of Medical Sciences, Honours
Physiology, at Western. He then worked for two years in brain injury rehabilitation before attending
Western for medical school. He completed his residency in family medicine in Western’s London
Regional program, and a fellowship in low-risk obstetrics at the University of Toronto. While in practice
he achieved a Diploma in Global Health and Infectious Diseases at the University of Edinburgh.
Dr Hemphill practiced as a generalist locum in rural northern and southwestern Ontario communities for
several years, then took over as a Staff Physician at BFMC in 2017. His interests include teaching,
curriculum design, travel medicine, prenatal care, and intrapartum obstetrics.
Dr. Nour Khatib - Keynote Speaker
Dr. Nour Khatib is an emergency physician in Toronto working in community sites at Markham Stouffville Hospital and Lakeridge health. Dr. Khatib also works in remote Northern communities in the Northwest Territories and Nunavut. She is currently the professional development and education lead at Lakeridge Health and lead preceptor for Lakeridge Health learners. Prior to her career in medicine, she was a financial analyst for Pratt & Whitney Canada and has a background in Finance and an MBA. She has spoken at worldwide conferences from New York City to Geneva. Dr. Khatib is an engaging communicator and a leading expert in helping employees across different fields mitigate burnout so they can find passion in their profession again. Her unique work and life experiences have fueled her passion for leadership, patient education, and quality improvement.
She can be reached through her website at drnourkhatib.com
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 (she/her) is an Associate Professor in the Department of Family Medicine at
Western University. She works as a clinical team leader in 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. Chris Brymer
Dr. Chris Brymer is a newly retired professor emeritus from the dept of medicine, division of geriatric medicine at Western University, London Ontario where he worked for the last 30 years, mostly attending on ctu at university hospital, doing geriatric consults at university hospital, and running geriatric clinics at st joes/parkwood hospital in london. He did med school at Univ of Toronto, and internal medicine residency at Stanford. His presentation topics in the last year include Top Geriatric Papers, drugs in the elderly, and falls prevention in the elderly.
Dr. Murad Husein
Dr. Husein completed his Medical Doctorate at the University of Western Ontario. Subsequently he completed his residency in Otolaryngology at McGill University.
During his residency he was able to complete a Master’s Of Science, also through McGill University. Dr. Husein completed a two-year fellowship in Pediatric Otolaryngology at the University of Iowa.
Dr. Husein has continued his professional development by completing his Teaching Certificate through the Schulich School of Medicine as a faculty member and undertook the renowned Program for Educators in Health Professions at Harvard University.
Currently, Dr. Husein is an Associate Professor in the Department of Otolaryngology at the University of Western Ontario with cross-appointments to the Department of Pediatrics and Department of Surgery.
Dr. Husein is an active clinician teacher with a number of leadership roles at the Schulich School of Medicine and Dentistry including being the Chair of the Transition to Clerkship Course and member of the Academy of Educators. Administratively he is the President of the Clinical Teacher’s Association for Western University where he represents the clinical faculty locally, regionally, and provincially.
His clinical practice involves the full breadth of Pediatric Otolaryngology at the Children’s Hospital of Western Ontario with an emphasis on complex pediatric sinus surgery and airway management. He is also the director of the Velopharyngeal Insufficiency Clinic at the Thames Valley Children’s Centre.
Dr. Maryna Mammolitti
Dr. Maryna Mammoliti is a Canadian psychiatrist and certified executive coach who has a focused practice on physician health, ADHD, trauma, and burnout among physicians and other healthcare providers. She splits her psychiatric practice between a community clinic and the psychiatric emergency department at CAMH in downtown Toronto, while also providing telemedicine services to underserviced areas. She has completed a 2-year term as the Psychiatry Section Chair for Ontario Medical Association, representing Ontario psychiatrists throughout COVID in various ways, and has also been involved in various leadership initiatives and committees with OMA. She enjoys teaching medical students and residents in her community practice and in her psychiatric emergency work and holds an Adjunct appointment with Western University.
Dr. Mammoliti has published about physician health, including ADHD in physicians, experiences of violence in physician practice, boundaries to sustain personal well-being, and other initiatives to improve physician practices. Aside from clinical practice, she advocates for systemic changes and ongoing attention to various violence facing physicians. She is co-authoring a book for physicians on boundaries Saving Lives Without Destroying Yours: Boundaries for the Modern Physician. She is a strong believer in peer support and networking and runs an active physician groups. Her best teachers are her 4 growing children and several pet children.
Dr. Jessica Howard
For Dr. Jessica Howard, going to work is an easy task as she loves her job and the staff with whom she
works. After completing her BSc in Physiology, MD, and family medicine residency at Western
University, Dr. Howard went on to earn an additional diploma in Practical Dermatology at the Cardiff
University School of Medicine in Wales. Today she practices general family medicine with a special
interest in dermatology, doing minor surgeries and being a resource for other family physicians in the
area. The most enjoyable part of Dr. Howard’s clinical work is forming relationships with patients and
being a part of their lives, whether she plays a small or large role. She is married to Dr. Shiraz Malik, also
a family doctor practicing Palliative Medicine, and they have two children.