Davis Sugar, M.D.
Doctor Of Medicine
Dr. Sugar received a B.Sc in Neuroscience from Carleton University, where his honors thesis focused on the effects of non-traumatic brain injuries in the development of neurodegeneration. He has also completed a B.A. in psychology and enjoys studying both the brain and the mind. Dr. Sugar then completed medical school at the University of Medicine and Health Sciences. He is currently completing neurology specialization training.
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