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Queen's Ophthalmology Residency Program CaRMS Information

Our program fosters an inclusive environment in which diverse personalities can flourish. To that end, we strive to provide a collegial atmosphere where residents can work, learn and ask questions with confidence. While we challenge our residents to reach their potential, we maintain the flexibility to allow individual strengths to thrive, and weaknesses to be addressed in a constructive manner. Queen’s residents are regarded as colleagues, integral members of our team, and the lifeblood of our academic department.

I hope that you will take this opportunity to learn more about our program with the Digital Tour and other resources below

Dr Mark Bona, MD, FRCSC Postgraduate Program Director

 

Digital Tour

Digital Tour

Digital Tour

Join us for a digital introduction to our department. 

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Follow us on Instagram

Instagram

Instagram

Follow our Resident Instagram Account to get a sense for day-by-day life.

Queen's Ophthalmology Town Halls

We will be hosting a series of Zoom Drop-in sessions. Sign up and join us for a meet-and-greet town hall where you can ask questions of a staff member, senior resident, and junior resident to get a sense of all aspects of our program. 

Dec 12

Join our Surgical Retina staff Dr Gonder, and residents Drs Gabriela Lahaie Luna (PGY 5) and Erin Dohaney (PGY 3).

Sign up here

Jan 9

Join pediatrics and strabismus staff Dr Christine Law, and residents Drs Adrienne Duimering (PGY 4) and Damien Pike (PGY 2). 

Sign up for the next town hall here

 

 

Get in touch

If you would like to learn more about the application procedure, please contact Kaitlyn Caird our postgraduate program assistant. 

To learn more about our program, please first have a look at our Digital Tour above. 

Request access to Digital Department Tour