David earned a Bachelor’s degree in Bio-Medical Science from the University of Guelph. Here, through his coursework and tenure as a certified Medical First Responder, he discovered a passion for anatomy and applied health sciences. David continued his education by completing a Master of Science in Clinical Anatomy at Western University. For his graduate research project, he introduced affordable neuroimaging equipment in East African hospitals and evaluated their diagnostic utility in Neonatal Intensive Care Units.
Through his Master’s program, he developed a passion for teaching and was afforded a number of diverse and stimulating teaching roles for various student and health care professional groups. When he is not involved in anatomy education, David can be found playing sports; check the hockey rink and soccer field first.