Dr. Aubrey Kassirer is a family physician who likes to think he does pretty much everything in family medicine, except vasectomies. Not that he has anything against vasectomies. He is married with 4 young boys and otherwise keeps busy working. If he weren’t so busy, he might be curling more or playing soccer. He has been supervising residents from the University of Toronto’s family medicine residency program since 2002, as a lecturer in that department, and has been supervising residents from Queens University since 2007. He is now an Associate Professor in the Queen’s Department of Family Medicine. He is curriculum lead for the Queen’s Bowmanville Oshawa Lakeridge family medicine residency program that starts with 8 residents in July of 2012. His office is in Newcastle, and his hospital work is at Lakeridge Health Bowmanville (and obstetrics in Oshawa).