Dr. Glen L. Sumner
A born and raised Calgarian, Dr. Sumner went on to pursue an honors Bachelors of Science (BSc (Hons.)) from Queen’s University in Kingston, Ontario, which he followed with a Doctor of Medicine (MD) degree shortly thereafter in 1990, also at Queen’s. While at Queen’s, Dr. Sumner played on the varsity football team as a wide receiver while pursuing his degrees. His subsequent training includes an Internal Medicine training program at Dartmouth College in New Hampshire, followed by a Cardiology Fellowship, Echocardiography Imaging Fellowship, and a Cardiac Electrophysiology and Pacing Fellowship, all at McMaster university. He is also currently pursuing a Masters of Science in Health Economics (MSc.) from the London School of Economics. Dr. Sumner is currently an Assistant Professor of Medicine at the University of Calgary and Libin Cardiovascular Institute, as well as the President of the Section of Cardiology within the Alberta Medical Association. Dr. Sumner is excited to be bringing insights to his career and education to the audience at Zenith.