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Students in the Class of 2015

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Class of 2015
Language(s): English, French
Education History: DEC Health Science, CEGEP Régional de Lanaudière à l'Assomption
Home Town: Repentigny, Québec
Mini-Bio: A summer of cardiology research at the Royal Victoria Hospital, IFMSA research exchange at Charles University in Prague, Czech Republic.  Has volunteered in a home for the elderly in Costa Rica and organized music events to raise funds for the Tibetan crisis. 


Class of 2015
Language(s): English, French
Education History: DEC Natural Science, Cegep de la Gaspesie, BSc Exercise Science, Concordia
Home Town: Gaspésie, Québec
Mini-Bio: Before beginning my medical studies at McGill, I was an executive director of MSR International, a Montreal base NGO. Since, I have founded the Rural Medicine Interest Group with fellow medical students. I have also participated in a professional exchange with IFMSA in Australia.


Class of 2015
Language(s): English
Education History: Bowdoin College, BA History,
Home Town: Iqaluit, Nunavut


Class of 2015
Language(s): Spanish, Chinese, English
Education History: B.Eng  Electrical (Co-op, Concordia 2006)
Home Town: Lima, Peru
Mini-Bio: I have met many interesting people through volunteering experiences at the geriatric department at the Royal Victoria Hospital, the  at the center for Students with Disabilities, through Big Brothers and Big Sisters and through tutoring.


Class of 2015
Language(s): French, English
Education History: DEC Sciences de la nature, CEGEP Lionel Groulx
Home Town: Montreal North Shore, Québec
Mini-Bio: Summer research at the Montreal Children hospital (ENT), currently enrolled as a medical officer in the Canadian armed forces. I decided to enter medicine after working in an emergency room for two years.


Class of 2015
Language(s): English, French
Education History: DEC Health Science (John Abbott College, 2006). B.Sc. Nursing (McGill University, 2010)
Home town: Montreal, Québec
Mini-Bio: Raised in Montreal, I am fully bilingual. I attended French school until CEGEP, when I transferred to English. Prior to medical school, I worked as a Registered Nurse in Intensive Care. I opted to change career paths so that I could become more involved in the health care decision making that affects patients and families. I thrive to maintain a balanced lifestyle while in school, and try to remain active on my time off.