We are delighted to welcome two more Research Fellows to PHRI!
Maram Khaled is a pain physician, having obtained her medical degree (MBBCh) from Alexandria University, Egypt and her MSc degree in Pharmacology from the University of Toronto where she studied the neurocircuitry of relapse to addiction. She completed her training in Pain Medicine at the Medical Research Institute, Alexandria University where she was involved in clinical research related to acute and chronic pain. She is currently a PhD student in the Health Research Methodology program at McMaster University.
Supervised by Maura Marcucci, an Investigator in the perioperative and surgery research program at PHRI, Maram’s current research interests focus on n perioperative pain, pain management strategies and neurocognitive outcomes after non-cardiac surgery in older adults.
Lonnie Pyne is a MSc student in the Health Research Methodology program at McMaster, and a Clinical Scholar in the Department of Medicine (nephrology) at McMaster. He obtained his medical degree from Western University, and completed his internal medicine residency and nephrology fellowship at McMaster.
Supervised by Mike Walsh, a Scientist in the renal research program at PHRI, Lonnie’s research interests include chronic kidney disease, surrogate outcomes in nephrology, cardiovascular outcomes in kidney disease, and vasculitis.
We welcome Maram and Lonnie to our PHRI family, and look forward to their scientific contributions, and their participation in our Early Career Researchers program of mentorship, networking and education.