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Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition

Extra-curricular activities

We plan several social activities for fellows in the program. Despite busy work schedules, fellows find time to socialize and enjoy Toronto!

Scheduled social activities include:

  • Divisional Holiday Party (annually in December) – this is a formal event attended by close to 100 Divisional members, faculty, fellows, nurses, allied health professionals and administrative assistants. An excellent example of how the Division comes together for fun, food and dancing!
  • End of Year Rounds – an annual event when the fellows sing, dance and act their way through a fun-filled poke at the faculty and Division.
  • Divisional summer get-together – a divisional event for fellows and faculty during the summer months to welcome the first year fellows.

Toronto is an incredibly diverse, safe and exciting city to live in and enjoy. The city is home to several world-class museums, art galleries, theatres and concert halls. In the winter, fellows regularly participate in easily accessible skiing and skating.

For additional information on life in Toronto for medical trainees please use the University of Toronto, Post Graduate Medical Education office site.

From left to right:  Dr. Ana Lozano (Spain); Dr. Eileen Crowley (Ireland); Dr. Jessica Woolfson (Canada); Dr. Liron Birimberg-Schwartz (Israel); Dr. Emma Greenaway (New Zealand/Jamaica).