We are part of The Wilson Centre for health professions education research in Toronto, Canada.

The lab specializes in qualitative research methods and research from the ground-up. Often times we embark on new research areas to ask questions that haven’t been asked before and along the way, we explore new methods for looking at complex problems.

Wilson Centre research fellows

Affiliated faculty

Dr. Steven Gallinger, MD, MSc, FRCSC.
University Health Network
Professor, Dept of Surgery, University of Toronto

Dr. M. Lucas Murnaghan, MD, MEd, FRCSC.
The Hospital for Sick Children
Assistant Professor, Dept of Surgery, University of Toronto

Dr. Tulin Cil, MD, MEd, FRCSC.
Women’s College Hospital; University Health Network
Assistant Professor, Dept of Surgery, University of Toronto

Melanie Hammond Mobilio, Lab coordinator / Research associate / Medical anthropologist
Nicole Wright, Research associate / Social anthropologist
Tobi Lam, Audiovisual coordinator / Biomedical communications

Research students
Adam Shehata, University of Toronto
Stephanie Jiang, Queen’s University

Comprehensive Research Experience for Medical Students (CREMS) program:
Please contact us if interested

Visiting scholars:
Please contact us if interested in visiting the lab

Past lab members

Past research fellows

Annie Leung, CREMS student
Shelly Luu, CREMS student
Carween Mui, CREMS student
Daniel Glatt, CREMS student
Aliya Ramjaun, CREMS student
Moses Cook, Research student
Siobhan Deshauer, Research student
Dr. Jonathan Hong, Visiting scholar, Australia
Dr. Pierre-Louis Hénaux, Visiting scholar, France

Lab meeting with Dr. Kirsten Gjeraa

Lab breakfast with Dr. Pierre-Louis Henaux

The Moulton Lab’s research is funded in part by:
Ontario Ministry of Research and Innovation, Medical Council of Canada, Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada, Canadian Physician Health Institute, The Canadian Medial Protective Association, Physicians’ Services Incorporated Foundation