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Alumni

McMaster’s Faculty of Health Sciences has a long history of distinguished Indigenous alumni who have gone on to be leaders within Indigenous health and many, like Dr. Cornelia Wieman, continue to work with ISHS to mentor and support the next generation of health professionals, researchers and scholars.  

The ISHS office wants to continue to acknowledge the accomplished First Nations, Inuit and Métis graduates of health science programs at McMaster. If you are an Indigenous or a non-Indigenous ally with a health sciences degree or diploma we want you to be part of our Alumni Circle.  Click here to sign up!

As a member of the circle you will receive updates on events/ speakers/ funding opportunities; stay linked with your graduating class; establish and expand professional networks, have an opportunity to mentor current and incoming students; and, be highlighted on the ISHS web site Alumni Circle page. (Please note, all personal coordinates will be kept confidential). The web site will show: Name, Indigenous affiliation, graduating year and degree/diploma, current postgraduate program or occupation, final thoughts, picture (if supplied) and if available to mentor. (You may be removed by request at anytime). 

Dr. Robert Kudlovich
MD
(Cree)

MD Class of 2017

David Johnson
BScN
(Mohawk)

RPN to BScN Class of 2017

Lacey Vanevery
BScN, MPH

MPH Class of 2017

RPN to BScN Class of 2015

Dr. Amy Montour
MD

Family Medicine Residency 2013

MD Class of 2011

Dr. Cornelia (Nel) Wieman
MD, FRCPC
(Ojibway)

Psychiatry Residency 1998

MD Class of 1993

Dr. Thomas Dignan
MD
(Seneca)

MD Class of 1981