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AMS/ Hannah Institute for the History of Medicine Post Doctoral Fellowship, University of Toronto, Institute for the History and Philosophy of Science and Technology,
"Cornerstone of Health:
Connaught Medical Research Laboratories:
Canadian Science, Biologicals Production, Public Health Policy and Public Service, 1913-1972"
Supervised by:
Professor Michael Hubenstorf, MD, Ph.D., Associate Professor of the History of Medicine, 
Institute for the History and Philosophy of Science and Technology, University of Toronto


Ph.D. History, University of Toronto
Thesis: "'Do Something... Do Anything!' Poliomyelitis in Canada, 1927-1962"
Supervisor: Michael Bliss, Dept. of History, University of Toronto
Major Field: Canadian History
Specialization Field: Canadian Medical History
Minor Fields: History of Medicine; 16th Century British History


M.A. History, University of Western Ontario, London
Thesis: "'A Grim Terror More Menacing, More Sinister Than Death Itself' Physicians, Poliomyelitis and the Popular Press in Early 20th Century Ontario"
Supervisor: Dr. James T.H. Connor, Dept. of History of Medicine and Science, UWO


Hon. B.A. History of Science and History, Faculty of Science, University of Western Ontario


Diploma, Animation (Classical), Sheridan College, Oakville, ON