About Me

I am a family doctor working in the Metro Vancouver area with a clinical focus in addictions, hospital medicine, and community based family practice. I completed a Master’s of Data Science and my family medicine training at the University of British Columbia.

I’ve gone on some adventures:

  • The Mongol Rally - a charity drive from London, England to Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia
  • Worked on water infrastructure and health education for a remote school in the Indian Himalayan region (Spiti Valley)
  • Explored (and continue to explore) Beautiful British Columbia with multi-day kayaking trips and cycling trips.

I’ve made some things:


  • Patient Simulator - AI powered ‘Patient Simulator’ that helps clinical professionals practise tough conversations with AI patients. Landing page: Curaclue
  • ClinAction - Prototype for extracting structured clinical actions from unstructured clinical documents for family doctors. Part of the XPC healthcare and AI hackathon.
  • Antimicrobial Dashboard - Proposed and advised on the development of a FHIR-based application for streamlined antimicrobial prescribing based on EMR data such as prior antibiotics and microbial cultures.

I like to swim, snowboard, run, and bike in Vancouver, British Columbia.