2011 Graduating Class


Dr. Michael Bensimon

Pediatrics Fellowship: Unversiy of Toronto Sick Kids Hospital, Toronto, Ontario

Dr. Michael Bensimon is from Toronto, originally from Paris, France. He studied medicine in French at the University of Ottawa, where he graduated in 2006, and completed an MSc in Cellular & Molecular Cardiac Physiology at the University of Ottawa's Heart Institute. Shortly after completing a BSc in Psychology & Biology at McMaster University he married Alexandra, a Parisian whom he met in Israel while volunteering at the Shaare Zedek Hospital. When Michael is not with his five children, he enjoys refurbishing antique furniture and fixing what his boys enjoy breaking for further exploration! He is looking forward to joining the University of Toronto's Sick Kids team to complete a fellowship in pediatric orthopedics.

Dr. James P. Halloran

Sports Fellowship: Detroit
Foot and Ankle Fellowship:

Dr. James P. Halloran is from Lake of the Ozarks, Missouri and graduated from University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Medicine in 2006.  He began his surgical training at Rush University in Chicago.  J.P. then immigrated to Montreal to start Orthopaedic Surgery residency at McGill.  After finishing residency, J.P. is moving to Detroit for a fellowship in Sports Medicine where he'll be working with the Detroit Red Wings, Detroit Pistons, and Detroit Tigers.  After Detroit he will then pursue a fellowship in Foot/Ankle Surgery.  Unlike many of his colleagues he doesn't have a wife, girlfriend, or child.  Most would say that he has enjoyed the finest things Montreal has to offer!

Dr. Yung Han

Shoulder Arthroscopy Fellowship: Seoul, Korea

Dr. Yung Han is from Chicago, Illinois.  He was a former US National Team Member and Resident Athlete at the US Olympic Training Center in taekwondo.  His life has come full circle now that he has learned to fix bones rather than break them.  During residency he was involved in research in ACL reconstruction, presented at national conferences, and published a book chapter and papers in recognized journals.  He will be completing a fellowship in shoulder arthroscopy in Seoul, Korea.

Dr. Jerod Hines

Sports Fellowship: St-Mary's Hospital, Montreal, Quebec

Dr. Jerod Hines is from Burley, Idaho.  He completed his undergrad in Zoology and Masters in Bio Sciences at the University of Idaho.  He went to medical school at the Medical School of Utah and plans to return to Idaho. He has applied for a fellowship in Sports Medicine and plans to return to Idaho to practice. Jerod was an Hospital Corpsman in the US Naval Reserves for 8 years, and served in Al Jubail, Saudi Arabia during Operation Desert Storm.  He has also worked fighting forest fires as a crew boss for 5 years prior to medical school. He is most proud of annually winning "Father of the Year" award from his wonderful son, Ben.

Dr. David Le

Arthroplasty Fellowship: Stanford Medical Centre, Santa Clara, California

Dr. David Le was born in Vietnam, immigrating to the United States at the age of 3.  Settling in the great state of California, he graduated from University of California at San Diego.  He attended medical school in Boston at Tufts University after which he spent a year on the beach at the University of California at Los Angeles. He joined the Orthopaedics department at McGill in 2006 and is planning on attending a fellowship in arthroplasty at Stanford Medical Center.

Dr. Drew Rogers

Chief Resident 2010 - 2011
Sports Fellowship: Boston University, Boston, Massachusetts

Dr. Drew Rogers is from Framingham, Massachusetts and graduated from Boston University School of Medicine in 2006. He began his surgical training at Vanderbilt University and met his wife, Lindsay, on a blind date 3 weeks prior to moving to Montreal to finish his orthopaedic training at McGill. He has many unique skills in the orthopaedic community- including professional Zamboni driver. He will be moving back to Boston for a fellowship in Sports Medicine at BU, and is expecting his first child the day he moves- he may have to deliver in the moving van (hope he remembers his OB training).

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