Feb 29, 2024

Welcome to Our Newest 2024 Fellows!

UTDRO Fellows 2024 - Jan

We are thrilled to welcome our newest fellows to UTDRO! 

Aisling Glynn

Dr. Aisling Glynn

Aisling is originally from Dublin, Ireland. She undertook her medical degree at Cardiff University in Wales. She completed her 5-year specialist training in radiation oncology in Dublin. Throughout her training, she was the recipient of many research and presentation awards. She completed a 3-week observership at Princess Margaret Cancer Centre last year, which inspired her to return as a clinical fellow. She has a specific interest in advanced radiotherapy techniques, GI, H&N cancer. She is a caring and compassionate doctor dedicated to enhancing patient care specifically in terms of optimal cancer control, survivorship and quality of life. She is enthusiastic and excited to learn and thrive during my fellowship at Princess Margaret Cancer Centre.

Her energetic family, including her husband and three young children, will be joining her in Toronto and she also looking forward to our adventures exploring the city and beyond!

Nisha Mohd Shariff

Dr. Nisha Mohd Shariff

Nisha is from Malaysia and attended medical school at the University of Edinburgh.  Returning home, she completed her Masters in Clinical Oncology at University Malaya in 2019 and went on to become a fellow with the Royal College of Radiologists (FRCR UK).  She has an interest in paediatric radiation and head and neck oncology.  She is also a committee member of the Malaysian Oncological Society and the South East Asian Radiation Oncology Group.  When not at work, she is kept busy by her two toddlers.

Cristian Udovicich

Dr. Cristian Udovicich

Cristian Udovicich is from Melbourne, Australia. He completed radiation oncology training and a Gamma Knife/Neuro-Oncology fellowship at the Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre. He is looking forward to working with the team at Sunnybrook Odette Cancer Centre in the GU and CNS tumour streams.