Dr. Ranjit Singarayer completed his medical degree at the University of Birmingham, U.K. in 2010. He completed Internal Medicine residency at the Northern Ontario School of Medicine, followed by Endocrinology & Metabolism subspecialty training at Western University. He served as the Chief Endocrine Resident in his fifth year and was the recipient of the Dr. Merrill Edmonds Outstanding Resident Award in 2018. He recently completed a clinical Thyroid Fellowship at the University of Toronto. He is actively involved in medical education and research. He has presented at national and international conferences and was awarded the Endocrine Society Outstanding Abstract award in 2015. His research interests include thyroid cancer and thyroid nodules. He has clinical interests in all areas of endocrinology, with a specific focus on thyroid cancer, thyroid nodules, and transgender medicine. He is looking forward to returning to London to serve his home community.
Dr. Chaudhry originally hails from Ottawa and completed an Honours BSc in Biochemistry at the University of Ottawa. She completed medical school in Montreal at McGill University and then specialty training in Internal Medicine and Endocrinology at The Ottawa Hospital. In Ottawa, Dr. Chaudhry received the Endocrine Sponsorship Award in 2012 and served as Chief Resident in her senior year of training. During her training she was active in diabetes research with presentations at the scientific meetings of the North American Society of Obstetric Medicine, Diabetes Canada and Canadian Society of Endocrinology and Metabolism, as well as a journal publication. Dr. Chaudhry holds a particular interest in diabetes, thyroid cancer and infertility but enjoys treating patients in all aspects of Endocrinology and Metabolism.