Linda Probyn MD, FRCPC, FCAR

Associate Professor

Charles Mickle Fellowship

Medical Education


  1. Congratulations Linda!! Well-deserved!!
    Silvia Chang

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Dr. Probyn completed her MD at Western University and residency training at McMaster University in Diagnostic Radiology, followed by a fellowship in Musculoskeletal Imaging at the University of Toronto. She is an Associate Professor and Musculoskeletal Radiologist at the University of Toronto and the past Program Director for the Diagnostic Radiology program. Dr. Probyn is now the Vice-Chair of Education
for the Department of Medical Imaging and the current Chair of the Specialty Committee for Diagnostic Radiology at the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada. She is the Director of Admissions
and Evaluation at the Postgraduate Medical Education (PGME) office at the University of Toronto and chairs the Internal Review Committee that oversees accreditation of the institution and postgraduate programs. Dr. Probyn chairs or is a member of many PGME committees that support our learners' education.

Dr. Probyn has a long-term interest in promoting and supporting medical education at all levels of training along the continuum of learning. She provides multiple workshops and mentorship for program directors and leaders in medical education to support programs and learners. She has published several scholarly articles and presents her work and teaches at many National and International conferences and has won awards for her scholarly work. She has been instrumental in organizing local and national resident and faculty development sessions for the delivery of curriculum and new assessment tools for PGME learners and leaders. Dr. Probyn has developed multiple leadership workshops for senior resident leaders who will be part of the future of medical education and the medical profession.

About the Award

The Charles Mickle Fellowship was established in 1921 and is awarded annually to a member of the medical profession anywhere in the world who has “done the most within the preceding 10 years to advance and promote sound knowledge of a practical kind in the medical art or science by careful and thorough work.