Biographies

Biographies

Continued

Dr. Michelle Edwards
Michelle Edwards

MD FRCPC
General Internal Medicine
Obstetric Medicine

Dr. Michelle Edwards received her MD from the University of Manitoba and completed both her core Internal Medicine residency and her General Internal Medicine fellowship at McGill University. As part of her GIM training, she completed extended clinical training in Obstetric Medicine through the University of Toronto at Mount Sinai Hospital.

Dr. Edwards holds a position as clinical professor/adjunct with McMaster University. As part of the Obstetric Medicine team, she attends on the Obstetric Medicine inpatient consult service at McMaster University Medical Centre. She also participates in the outpatient Obstetric Medicine clinics where she enjoys seeing a wide range of medical problems in pregnancy. She also holds a clinical adjunct position with the University of Toronto and is an active staff member at St Joseph’s Health Centre in Toronto.

Dr. Martha Fuford
Martha Fuford

MD FRCPC
Infectious Diseases
Obstetric Medicine

Biography coming soon.

Dr. Serena Gundy
Serena Gundy

MD FRCPC
General Internal Medicine
Obstetric Medicine

Dr. Serena Gundy completed her medical school, core internal medicine training and fellowship in General Internal Medicine at McMaster University. She then went on to pursue subsequent fellowships in Obstetric Medicine at Mt Sinai Hospital at the University of Toronto and Auckland City Hospital in Auckland, New Zealand.

Dr. Gundy is an active staff member of Hamilton Health Sciences and an Assistant Professor of Medicine at McMaster University. She is an attending physician on the Internal Medicine Inpatient Clinical Teaching Unit at the Juravinski Hospital as well as at McMaster University Health Centre where her primary focus is around the care of medically complex patients who are pregnant or contemplating pregnancy. Her outpatient practice is primarily comprised of referrals from family physicians, medical subspecialists, midwives and general obstetricians at any stage of pregnancy. Dr. Gundy also participates in the high-risk obstetric clinic seeing women with multi-system illnesses in consort with their high-risk Obstetricians.

As an Obstetric Medicine physician, Dr. Gundy has a particular interest in post-partum follow-up and care transitions. She runs a women’s vascular health clinic which focuses on short and long-term risk modification for women who have experienced a hypertensive disorder of pregnancy, such as preeclampsia. She is also interested in the optimization of medical care for women with high risk pre-existing medical illnesses and the reduction of complications from pregnancy-related health conditions in low resource settings.

Dr. Megan Kaumeyer
Megan Kaumeyer

BA, CHRP
Administrative Coordinator (Medical)
Obstetric Medicine Program

Meg has been with the program since its implementation and is involved within the McMaster community in various roles and committees. Meg completed her undergraduate degree in Labour Studies and her Human Resources Management diploma here at McMaster University and subsequently attained her CHRP designation with the HRPA. Meg is committed to life-long learning and started her educational career at Mohawk College and is now a part of the Mohawk Alumni Mentorship Program. Meg is an advocate for women and strives to provide strong leadership and effective communication within her roles at the University and in all facets of her life.

Dr. Ray Naden
Ray Naden

MD FRCPC
General Internal Medicine
Obstetric Medicine

Biography coming soon.

Dr. Ahraaz Wyne
Ahraaz Wyne

MD, dABIM, FRCPC
General Internal Medicine
Obstetric Medicine

Dr. Ahraaz Wyne completed an undergraduate degree with Honours in Physiology and Pharmacology from the University of Western Ontario. He subsequently completed medical school and Internal Medicine core residency training at Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry, and London Health Sciences Centre in London, ON. Dr. Wyne pursued further fellowship training in General Internal Medicine at McMaster University and completed a year of specialization in Obstetrical Medicine at Mt. Sinai Hospital at the University of Toronto.

He is currently an active medical staff member of the Hamilton Health Sciences and Assistant Professor of Medicine at McMaster University. His work involves attending on the clinical teaching inpatient units, specializing in the management of complex multi-system disease in hospitalized adults, while supervising and teaching medical trainees. Dr. Wyne also sees patients planned for upcoming surgery, for optimization of their comorbidities. He has an outpatient practice dealing with medical complications in pregnant patients and also attends on the Obstetrical Medicine inpatient consult service at McMaster University Medical Centre.