“I was given all of the tools I needed to truly become an 'academic in the community'. ”
The supportive staff and medical oncologists at McMaster were instrumental in my development as an independent clinician and researcher. I was given all of the tools I needed to truly become an 'academic in the community'. The team at McMaster has been there for me every step of the way and my mentors continue to support me as I enter my fourth year of practice. I could not be more grateful for my years of training at McMaster which were filled with laughs, hard work and collegiality. Dr. Pitre is an Assistant Professor at the Northern Ontario School of Medicine. She returned to Sudbury in 2015 as a medical oncologist where she treats primarily breast cancer and melanoma. She is regional Quality Lead, Systemic Treatment for LHIN 13 and the Clinician lead for the Cancer Clinical Trials at the Northeast Cancer Centre in Sudbury.
Dr. Lacey Pitre
Alumni - March, 2019
“I thoroughly enjoyed my training within the department of Oncology at McMaster University. ”
I thoroughly enjoyed my training within the department of Oncology at McMaster University. The Juravinski Cancer Centre offered me the clinical experience of a busy tertiary Cancer Centre, and gave me the opportunity to work with a diverse group of specialized expert physicians. McMaster University is just the right size to give you a breadth of clinical exposure while still being small enough to give you the feeling that you are part of a tight knit community.
Dr. Schnarr earned her MD at St. George's University International school of Medicine, Grenada. She completed her radiation oncology residency training in 2017 at McMaster University and completed a clinical research fellowship in Gynecologic Radiation Oncology in 2018 at McMaster University. Dr. Schnarr is currently an Assistant Professor, Department of Oncology, Division of Radiation Oncology, at McMaster University. Her main areas of focus are gynecological and genitourinary malignancies as well as physics teaching for radiation oncology residents.
Alumni - March 2019
“Dr. Fraser and the other hematology faculty provided an exemplary training environment.”
Chris completed the malignant hematology fellowship in 2016. He is currently an Assistant Professor in the Dept of Oncology, McMaster University. During the fellowship he completed an MSc (Quality Improvement and Patient Safety) at the University of Toronto, the US Veterans Administration Quality Scholars program, and the Clinician Investigators Program with the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada. The emphasis on protected time for academic achievement allowed Chris to publish over 10 peer-reviewed publications during his fellowship.
, March 2019