Meet the ambassadors responsible for making this project a reality

The ambassadors in the new recording studio at the Department of Family Medicine, McGill University

The ambassadors in the new recording studio at the Department of Family Medicine, McGill University

 

Araceli Gonzalez Reyes

  • PhD student in Family Medicine, McGill University
  • Helping with online course development, and proud ambassador for the campaign
  • Lifelong believer in education as the fuel for change!

Tamara Carver

  • Post Doctoral Fellow in Family Medicine, McGill University
  • I am the lead in the design and development of the online courses in the Department of Family Medicine
  • National Badminton Champion

Nadia O'Brien 

  • Family Medicine PhD Student, Year Two. Previous training in Anthropology (BA) and a Masters of Public Health (MPH).  Studying primary care gaps for Women Living with HIV in Canada, and how patient and provider engagement can move from research to improved care.  
  • Ambassador and development for the Participatory Research for Health at McGill course
  • Before I spent time at research conferences I used to show horses and cows at county fairs! 

Irina Kudrina

  • MD (Kazakhstan, general surgery/ENT), MDCM (Canada, Family Medicine / Anesthesia, Chronic Pain), CCFP, CSP, MSc(c), McGill CaPS (professional orientation) mentor, LFME (longitudinal family medicine experience) McGill undergraduate medicine preceptor (2015), Alan Edwards Clinical Pain Research Fellow (present). 
  • Ambassador to the campaign as part of the 40th Anniversary of Family Medicine at McGill celebrations.
  • Love painting; playing badminton and chess with my family; big fan of Quebec Cortland apples!

Rachel Simmons

  • M.Sc. in Family Medicine, McGill University
  • Spearheading the campaign as part of the 40th Anniversary of Family Medicine at McGill celebrations.
  • Native Montrealer (crazy Habs fan), who loves to cook and bake (the more the merrier!)