Dr. Nicola Goldberg

Nicola Goldberg completed her medical school, internal medicine, and hematology training at the University of Toronto. She is currently completing a one year fellowship in myeloid disorders at Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre, and will be starting a job as a clinician teacher and malignant hematologist at Unity Health Toronto-St. Michael's Hospital in 2025. She is currently completing the Temerty Faculty of Medicine Department of Medicine's Master Teacher Program, and has a particular interest in improving virtual medical education. Outside of work, she is an amateur chef, avid reader and yogi, and busy mom to Ruby, Jack, and Miles.
Dr. James Kennedy

Dr. Kennedy is a Malignant Hematologist at Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre and Assistant Professor at the University of Toronto. He completed the combined MD/PhD program in Toronto, where his graduate research focused on developing experimental models of hematologic malignancies. Building on this background, he subsequently completed residency training in Internal Medicine and Hematology, also at the University of Toronto, then enrolled in a combined clinical/research malignant hematology fellowship, splitting time between the Princess Margaret Cancer Centre and Brigham & Women’s Hospital / Harvard Medical School. From a research standpoint, James is interested in understanding the genetic events that drive the leukemogenic process and how these can be targeted therapeutically. His clinical focus at Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre encompasses acute leukemia, bone marrow failure and chronic myeloid malignancies.