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Dr. Demeter received his BSc (1986) and MD (1989) from the University of Saskatchewan, his Canadian Royal College Fellowship (FRCPC) in Community Medicine/Public Health (1994) and a Masters of Health Science in Community Health and Epidemiology (1993), from the University of Toronto, his FRCPC in Nuclear Medicine (2002) and a MSc (2004), from the University of Alberta, and most recently his Masters of Science in Health Physics (2016) from the Illinois Institute of Technology in Chicago. His career includes a decade working in Public Health and more than a decade in clinical Nuclear Medicine. He has held a number of senior administrative positions and is currently the Section Head of Nuclear Medicine at HSC, Winnipeg and Associate Professor at the University of Manitoba, College of Medicine. He is a Physician Advisor to the CNSC as well as a committee member with the International Commission on Radiation Protection. His main research interests include public health aspects of ionising radiation as well as health technology assessment and health economics/policy.
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