Fellowships in the Division of General Surgery
General Surgery Fellows Graduation 2019
General Surgery Fellows Graduation 2021 – Future Plans
Abdominal Transplant Fellowship
Madhukar S Patel
Breast Surgical Oncology Fellowship
Breast General Surgery Fellowship
Lyronne Kelson Christopher Olivier
Colorectal Surgery Fellowship
General Surgical Oncology Fellowship
Minimally Invasive Surgery Fellowship – UHN
Minimally Invasive Surgery Fellowship - Unity
Pediatric Surgery Fellowship
Ali El Ghazzaoui
Paul Greig Outstanding Clinical Fellow in General Surgery Award
Dr. Greig is a Professor Emeritus of Surgery at the University of Toronto where his academic and clinical focus was in Transplantation and HepatoPancreato-Biliary (HPB) Surgical Oncology. Dr. Greig is the former Program Director of the Abdominal Organ Transplant Fellowship (accredited by the American Society of Transplant Surgeons) and the HPB Surgical Oncology Fellowship (accredited by The Fellowship Council). He is the past Chair of the AHPBA Education & Training Committee and AHPBA representative to the Board of the Fellowship Council. The Paul Greig Outstanding Clinical Fellow in General Surgery Award was established in 2019 to recognize the achievements and contributions of clinical fellows in the Division of General Surgery.
Dr. Andrea Covelli, General Surgical Oncology Fellow (2019)
Dr. Tyler Chesney, General Surgical Oncology Fellow (2020)
Dr. Farhana Shariff, General Surgical Oncology Fellow (2021)
Breast Surgery Program - Sunnybrook and Princess Margaret Hospitals
Breast Surgery Program - St. Michael's Hospital
Colorectal Surgery Program
Complex General Surgical Oncology Program
Endocrine Surgery Fellowship Program
Hepatobiliary Surgical Oncology Program
Minimally Invasive Surgery Program
Paediatric Surgery Program
*Please make sure you check the deadline for your individual program, sometimes these dates change at short notice*
To All Applicants:
If you have also applied to the U.S match through the National Residency Matching Program (NRMP), please be advised that the University of Toronto is a participating institution and adheres to the match policy. The policy states that "Applicants who have matched to a program or have accepted a position during the Supplemental Offer and Acceptance Program (SOAP), shall not apply for, discuss, interview for, or accept a concurrent year position in another program prior to the NRMP granting the requested waiver." More information is accessible at http://www.nrmp.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/06/2018-MPA-Specialities-Matching-Service.pdf.
If you are accepted into a Fellowship Program, the Orientation Booklet in the link below will become very useful. The Timelines to expect from the Post Graduate Medical Education Office on page 28 are extremely important.
Source verification of your medical degree is an essential requirement for medical education licensure by the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario (CPSO), see page 8 in the Orientation Booklet as well as the document below.