Canadian Medical Association

Calgary; University of Calgary, 2018. Died April 2, 2019, aged 27. Survived by his parents and a sister. “After high school he attended the University of Alberta (U of A), where he obtained his BSc in biological sciences and chemistry with distinction. It was during this time that he discovered that he wanted to become a doctor. He performed biochemistry research throughout all 4 years of his degree, and then completed a year of graduate research in a biochemistry lab at the U of A. He was awarded the Alexander Graham Bell Canada Graduate Scholarship for his research, and also volunteered at the U of A hospital throughout his time at school. He was then accepted into the University of Calgary Cumming School Of Medicine in 2015. He absolutely loved medical school, and it was his true calling and passion. His classmates and his teachers . . . became his second family, and he so genuinely cared for the patients he interacted with during his training.”