Amanda has worked in post-secondary education for twelve years is currently a full-time faculty member and Program Coordinator of Massage Therapy at Humber College. She is also a part-time student pursuing a PhD in Health Research Methodology from McMaster, having completed her Master of Science in the same area in 2014.
Amanda’s prior education includes a Bachelor of Education in Adult Education from Brock University and an Advanced Diploma in Massage Therapy from Centennial College. The combined knowledge and experience gained from these credentials has given her expertise as an educator, advocate, mentor, researcher and practitioner.
Amanda believes that massage therapy is a very rewarding profession, especially for those who are actively engaged and find ways to contribute to the profession.
Dr. Yuding Wang
Undergraduate: Queen’s University
Medical School: University of Western Ontario
Why did I choose Urology: To me urology is a dynamic field encompassing an array of sub-specialties with a diverse patient population and wide spectrum of pathologies. This variety is challenging but highly stimulating. Furthermore, many urological diseases occupy a unique position that is amenable to medical and/or surgical management, allowing you to be more than just “the surgeon” but also to participant in the long-term care of patients. Lastly, urology is constantly at the forefront of applying new research and new surgical innovations, such as implementing life prolongingchemotherapeuticand immunologic agents for advanced RCC or defining the use of new minimal invasive surgical techniques such as robotic assisted surgeries- means you’ll never be bored!
Dr. Heather Whittingham
Heather is a critical care physician and associate professor at McMaster University. She has her Master’s in Cardiovascular Pharmacology and her M.D. from Queens University, as well as a Master’s of Public Health-Clinical Effectiveness from Harvard University. Currently, Heather is enrolled as a part-time thesis student to earn her Master of Science in Health Science Education at McMaster University.
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