I graduated from the MUL in June 2011. Following that I completed a year of research in behavioural neurology focussing on frontotemporal dementia and Alzheimer’s disease at Baycrest Hospital in Toronto. I was able to match to the University of Toronto Adult Neurology program following this. I am just wrapping up my first residency year and beginning my second year. I have had a wonderful experience during the year. I also became a member of the American Academy of Neurology and I was able to attend the annual conference in San Diego. I would be more than happy to answer questions about the Canadian matching process or my residency program.