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MD Program Admissions and Learner Recruitment Office

MSW 2003 955 Oliver Rd.
Lakehead University
Thunder Bay, Ontario P7B 5E1
Toll Free 1-800-461-8777
Fax: 807-766-7368
Email: admissions@nosm.ca

Learner Affairs

For general inquries, please contact us at learneraffairs@nosm.ca.

Dr. Jason Shack
Assistant Dean, Learner Affairs
Tel: 807-766-7465
Email: jshack@nosm.ca

John Friesen
Director of Learner Affairs & UME Administration
Tel: 807-766-7365
Fax: 807-766-7368
Email: jfriesen@nosm.ca

Laura Csontos
Senior Learner Affairs Officer
Tel: 705-662-7248
Fax: 705-662-6917
Email: laura.csontos@nosm.ca

Sherry Mongeau
Learner Affairs Officer
Tel: 705-662-7257
Fax: 705-662-6917
Email: smongeau@nosm.ca

Cathy Schroeder
Senior Learner Affairs Officer
Tel: 807-766-7315
Fax: 807-766-7368
Email: cathy.schroeder@nosm.ca

Terry Oja
Financial Aid Officer
Tel: 807-766-7474
Fax: 807-766-7368
Email: toja@nosm.ca

Shanna Leclair
Student Records and Electives Officer
Tel: 705-662-7287
Fax: 807-766-7485
Email: records@nosm.ca

Tracy Laird
Administrative Assistant
Tel: 807-766-7366
Fax: 807-766-7368
Email: tracy.laird@nosm.ca

MD Program / Undergraduate Medical Education (UME) Program

For general inquiries, please contact ume@nosm.ca

Office of UME Organizational Chart

John Friesen
Director, Learner Affairs and UME Administration
807.766.7365
jfriesen@nosm.ca

Assessment and Program Evaluation
Dr. Elaine Hogard
Director, Assessment and Program Evaluation
807.766.7477
ehogard@nosm.ca

Sherrie Ann Camilli
UME Administrative Manager
Assessment and Program Evaluation
705.662.7254
scamilli@nosm.ca

Curriculum and Planning
Jeff Bachiu
UME Administrative Manager
Curriculum and Planning
705.662.7114
jbachiu@nosm.ca

Educational Resources
Tamara Boyd
UME Administrative Manager
Educational Resources
705.662.7221
tboyd@nosm.ca

Office of the Associate Dean, Undergraduate Medical Education

Dr. David MussonDr. David Musson 
Associate Dean, Undergraduate Medical Education

Dr. Musson served as the Director of the Centre for Simulation-Based Learning at McMaster University, and was an Associate Professor in the Department of Anesthesia in the Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine. He received his M.D. from the University of Western Ontario in 1988, and, following a rotating general internship at the University of Toronto, served with the Canadian Forces as a medical officer and flight surgeon with tours in Canada, Europe, and the Middle East. After leaving the Canadian Forces, he practised in the fields of urgent care medicine and community mental health in Toronto, Ontario before enrolling at the University of Texas at Austin to pursue advanced studies in Psychology. Supported by a Medical Research Council of Canada post-doctoral fellowship, he received his PhD in Psychology in 2003 from the University of Texas under the supervision of noted psychologist and safety pioneer Robert Helmreich. Dr. Musson’s graduate work focused on system safety, professional culture, and team performance in aviation, space, and medicine. His academic focus at McMaster has been simulation-based education, quality improvement and patient safety in medical education, the use of simulation in telemedicine, and the training and assessment of multidisciplinary care teams in undergraduate medicine and postgraduate residency training programs. David Musson is originally from Northern Ontario, having been raised in the town of Onaping and having attended secondary school in Sudbury, Ontario.

Contact for Dr. Musson:
Lianne Baron
Executive Assistant to the Associate Dean of Undergraduate Medical Education
807.766.7423
lbaron@nosm.ca