Fellowship Programs

Biometrics requirement

Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) requires all foreign nationals to provide biometrics (fingerprints and photo) when applying for a visitor visa, work permit or study permit, permanent residence, or when claiming refugee or asylum status.

All individuals residing in Canada, who submit an application from within Canada for temporary or permanent residence, will not have to provide their biometrics until it is announced that the biometrics collection service in Canada is in place. Biometrics will then only be required when these individuals make a new application, including renewals and extension.

Applicants will have to go in person to an authorized biometrics collection service location to give their fingerprints and have a photo taken, after receiving a Biometrics Instruction Letter from IRCC. Individual applicants will have to pay CAD $85 to provide their biometrics. Families applying together at the same time will pay a maximum total fee of CAD $170. Once provided, biometrics are valid for a period of 10 years.

Additional information is accessible through the IRCC website at https://www.canada.ca/en/immigration-refugees-citizenship/news/2018/06/to-support-biometrics-expansion-canada-is-opening-new-visa-application-centres-and-offering-interim-services-at-some-missions.html.

To apply for a Fellowship Program, refer to the Application Guidelines. You can find more information about all of these programs below:

Fellowship Program

Program Director

Advanced Gynaecologic Surgery
Mount Sinai Hospital

Ally Murji and Jonathon Solnik

Advanced Gynaecologic Surgery and Health Quality Improvement
North York General Hospital

Abheha Satkunaratnam and Alice Pham

Advanced High-Risk Obstetrics
St. Michael's Hospital

Howard Berger

Advanced Obstetrics
Mount Sinai Hospital

Sebastian Hobson

Advanced Obstetrics
Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre

Noor Ladhani

Complex Obstetric Surgery
Mount Sinai Hospital and Credit Valley Hospital

Sebastian Hobson

Global Women’s Health and Equity
Women’s College Hospital, Moi Teaching and Referral Hospital

Rachel Spitzer

Advanced Benign Gynecologic Surgery
St. Joseph's Health Centre

Brian LiuMary Melchior

Gynaecologic Oncology/RCPSC

Stephane Laframboise

Gynaecologic Reproductive Endocrinology & Infertility/RCPSC

Claire Jones

Maternal-Fetal Medicine/RCPSC

Julia Kfouri (Interim)

Mature Women’s Health & Menopause
Mount Sinai Hospital

Wendy Wolfman

Minimally Invasive Gynaecologic Surgery (FMIGS)/AAGL
Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre

Grace Liu

Minimally Invasive Gynaecologic Surgery (MIGS)
St. Michael's Hospital

Deborah Robertson

Paediatric & Adolescent Gynaecology
The Hospital for Sick Children

Sari Kives

Perinatal
Mount Sinai Hospital

Sebastian Hobson

Pregnancy Obesity Medicine and Surgery
Mount Sinai Hospital

Cynthia Maxwell

Reproductive Sciences and Infertility
CReATe Fertility Centre

Clifford Librach

Urogynaecology
Mount Sinai Hospital

Danny Lovatsis

Urogynaecology
Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre

Patricia Lee

Urogynaecology
U of T Joint Fellowship - Mount Sinai Hospital and Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre

Patricia Lee & Danny Lovatsis

Vulvovaginal Health
Women's College Hospital

Amanda Selk