Interstitial Lung Disease - An Overview
Interstitial lung disease (ILD) is an umbrella term used for a large group of diseases that cause scarring (fibrosis) of the lungs.
Join presenter Dr. Stacey Lok as she provides an overview of ILD.
About The Presenter - Dr. Stacey Lok, MD, FRCPC
Dr. Lok is a Respirologist and Interstitial Lung Disease specialist currently practicing in Saskatoon at the Saskatchewan Interstitial Lung Disease Clinic with her colleague Dr. Veronica Marcoux. She received the 2019-2020 Canadian Pulmonary Fibrosis Foundation (CPFF) Robert Davidson Fellowship and completed her Interstitial Lung Disease fellowship at the University of Calgary under the supervision of Drs. Kerri Johannson and Charlene Fell. She completed her medical school, internal medicine, and respirology residencies at the University of Saskatchewan.
Stacey was born in Melfort, Saskatchewan, but grew up in Regina. She has spent the majority of her adult-life in Saskatoon and is happy to now call it home. In her free time she enjoys gardening and cooking as her dad was a chef.
When Dr. Lok was in her first year of medical school in Saskatchewan, her grandfather passed away from pulmonary fibrosis. At the time, she had a limited understanding of the disease. Her passion is improving care for patients and their families living with ILD in Saskatchewan.
This webinar is sponsored by Roche.