Meet our 2022 Incoming Residents!

We are pleased to welcome five new residents to the UBC Department of Orthopaedics Residency Program in 2022: Gina Peck, Jenny He, Naif Abdulaziz Alanazi, Nathan Katz, and Yousif Murad!

Last fall, we selected one resident for our sponsored residency program slot, and on CaRMS Match Day this April 12, 2022, the remaining four residency program slots were filled. Each of our new trainees brings outstanding accomplishments and a deep commitment to their residency education.

Join us in welcoming our new trainees to our residency program in July 2022!

Gina Peck

Medical School: University of British Columbia

Hometown: Port Moody, British Columbia, Canada

“I am so excited to be a part of the UBC Orthopaedic Surgery team! I wanted to stay at UBC not only because of its internationally recognized program and learning opportunities, but also because I value its collegiality and supportive environment. I look forward to developing my skills as a surgeon to serve my community.”

Jenny He

Medical School: University of Alberta

Hometown: Toronto, Ontario, Canada

“I am very excited to be joining the UBC Orthopaedics team in Vancouver. I am honoured by the opportunity to train within an excellent orthopedics program and the ability to live in a beautiful, adventurous, and active city. I am looking forward to learning from renowned surgeons, working alongside a supportive resident group, and integrating into the BC orthopaedics community.”

Naif Abdulaziz Alanazi

Medical School: King Saud bin Abdulaziz University for Health Sciences

Hometown: Tabuk, Saudi Arabia

“I’m excited to be joining the UBC Orthopaedics residency program in Vancouver! It is a privilege to be part of widely known program in training and practice. With great anticipation, I’m looking forward to start my journey at UBC Orthopedics.”

Nathan Katz

Medical School: Queen’s University

Hometown: Cambridge, England

“I am absolutely thrilled to have matched to UBC Orthopaedics! I am excited to join an outstanding team of surgeons with world-renowned research, a close-knit community of residents, and a strong culture of teaching and mentorship. I feel privileged to train in a province with such a diverse patient population, and I look forward to serving the people of BC. Having grown up in England, I have also been told that Vancouver weather will make me feel right at home!”

Yousif Murad

Medical School: University of British Columbia

Hometown: Victoria, British Columbia, Canada

“I am very happy and excited to be joining the UBC Orthopaedic Surgery Residency Program. I am especially happy to be learning from and working alongside some great surgeons whom I made the pleasure of meeting in medical school. I am looking forward to learning, building my surgical skills and making the best of my time with such talented colleagues and mentors at UBC.”

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