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Melanoma Monday Webinar
Join us Monday, May 2nd, for our FREE Melanoma Information Webinar. Our panelist of speakers include, Brian Hamilton Assistant Equipment Manager, Vancouver Canucks sharing his patient story. Dermatologist Dr. Geeta Yadav discussing all things sunscreen, along with Dermatologist Dr. Julia Carroll sharing early detection and prevention strategies.

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Brian Hamilton
Assistant Equipment Manager, @Vancouver Canucks
Brian ”Red” Hamilton has been a member of the Vancouver Canucks training staff for 20 years and is currently in his eighth season as Assistant Equipment Manager. In January 2021, Brian achieved a career milestone, reaching 1,000 NHL games-worked. Ironically, Brian didn’t play ice hockey growing up. Instead, he could be found on the football field. This passion led him to his first job in sports with the BC Lions of the Canadian Football League where he worked 13 seasons from 1989 to 2001. His tenure with the Lions included two Grey Cup Championships in 1994 and 2000. Outside of work, Brian lives in Langley with his wife Jessica, daughter Ashley, and Jessica’s two children, Bennett and Avyn. He spends much of his downtime watching Ashley play ringette and fastpitch softball and also keeping up with his meticulously manicured lawn.
Dr. Geeta Yadav
Dermatologist, MD, MHS, FRCPC
After starting her dermatology career at the Women’s College Hospital, one of the most respected dermatology clinics in Toronto, Dr. Yadav went on to open her own clinic on the Danforth, Skin Science Dermatology. She holds an MD from the Northern Ontario School of Medicine, an MHS in International Health from the Johns Hopkins School of Public Health, and a Hon. BSc from the University of Toronto where she completed her dermatology training as well.
Dr. Julia Carroll
FRCPC (Dermatology)
Dr. Carroll is a Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons (FRCPC) and an active member of the Canadian Dermatology Association, Toronto Dermatologic Society, American Society of Dermatologic Surgeons and the American Academy of Dermatology. Besides her busy dermatology practice, she is also on staff at the University of Toronto Medical School. Dr. Carroll completed her dermatology training at the University of Toronto. Prior to her dermatology training she completed medical school at Dalhousie University, graduating Alpha Omega Alpha, and also attained a Bachelor of Science in Biology from Acadia University