Skinsense Medical Research

Specialty: Dermatology

306-664-7546

39 23rd Street East, Suite 101
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
S7K 0H6 CA
http://skinsensedermatology.ca/

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Doctors

Dr. Angela Law, Dermatologist 
Dr. Nicole Hawkins, Dermatologist

Angela Law, MD, FRCPC, FAAD

Dr. Law completed her Bachelor of Science at the University of Alberta. She subsequently went on to medical school and earned her MD at the University of British Columbia. She was accepted into the joint Dermatology program at the University of Saskatchewan and Dalhousie University. She completed the first two years of training at the Royal University Hospital in Saskatchewan and then moved to Halifax to complete the final three years of training at Dalhousie University. She passed her Royal College Dermatology exam in 2014. Dr. Law is an enthusiastic physician with a passion for patient edication and pediatric dermatology.

Nicole Hawkins, MD, FRCPC, FAAD

Dr. Hawkins is a graduate of Nutrition and Biochemistry at Acadia University. She then went on to medical school and earner her MD at Queen's University in Kingston, Ontario. For residency, Dr. Hawkins completed a 5-year joint program in Dermatology between the University of Saskatchewan, Dalhousie University and the University of Toronto. She completed her Dermatology residency in Toronto in 2014 and passed her Royal College examination the same year. Dr. Hawkins is a passionate patient advocate and strives to provide efficient, quality dermatologic care.

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