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Dr. M. Elizabeth MacRae BPHE  MD  FRCP(C)  FRCS(C)  Dip. Sports Medicine

Dr. M. Elizabeth MacRae BPHE MD FRCP(C) FRCS(C) Dip. Sports Medicine

A brief sojourn in hospital at age 3 and teenage reading about Dr. Norman Bethune and Dr. Wilder Penfield implanted a vision of becoming a surgeon. Dr MacRae received a degree in Physical and Health Education from University of Toronto in I964, and was awarded the Margaret Eaton scholarship for the woman student standing first as well as the outstanding athlete award.

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Stephen Lownie, MD, FRCSC

Stephen Lownie, MD, FRCSC

Dr. Stephen Lownie is a neurosurgeon and neurointerventionalist and is Professor in the Departments of Clinical Neurological Sciences, Medical Imaging, and Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery at Western University in London, Canada. He obtained his FRCSC in neurosurgery at Western, and undertook three years of fellowships in diagnostic and interventional neuroradiology at Western and at UCLA.

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wallace_websiteDr. Wallace is a staff neurosurgeon at the Kingston General Hospital and Hotel Dieu Hospital in Kingston, Ontario. After obtaining, his medical education at Queen’s University, Dr. Wallace began a straight surgical internship and neurosurgical training at the University of Toronto. He subsequently obtained further neurosurgical training in Cerebrovascular neurosurgery under the guidance of Drs. C.G. Drake and S.J. Peerless at the University of Western Ontario and under Professors G. Teasdale and J. McCulloch at the Wellcome Surgical Institute/University of Glasgow. After his training, he returned to the University of Toronto, where he would serve as a staff neurosurgeon. He co-founded the University of Toronto Vascular Malformation Study Group and was appointed to the Foundation Baxter et Alma Ricard Chair in Cerebrovascular Neurosurgery in 1996. He was promoted to Professor at The University of Toronto in 1996. In 2002, he became the Head of the Division of Neurosurgery, Department of Surgery at the University Health Network. After several years of practice in Toronto, Dr. Wallace returned to his alma mater, where he now serves as the Division Chair and Service Chief of the Department of Surgery at Queens University, Kingston, Ontario.

 
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