Dr. Nathan Zelyas
Our primary training site is a public health reference laboratory situated within a tertiary care hospital.
Our other main laboratory training site is a high-throughput community lab serving multiple hospitals and communities, providing the opportunity for residents to learn bread-and-butter microbiology.
Flexibility within our program allows our trainees to pursue special interests and initiate further training in a chosen area.
We have active molecular diagnostics, whole genome sequencing and transplant diagnostics departments within our clinical laboratories.
Electives are encouraged. Most trainees complete a rotation at the National Microbiology Laboratory in Winnipeg.