University of Saskatchewan
Dr. Paul Mick is an Associate Professor at University of Saskatchewan, Department of Surgery, as well as the Surgical Director for the Neurotology and Cochlear Implant Programs, Saskatchewan Health Authority.
His clinical work focuses on Otology (diseases of the ear). Dr. Mick’s medical and surgical training occurred at the University of Alberta, University of British Columbia and University of Toronto. He went to Harvard where he completed a Master’s degree in Public Health (epidemiology). His research program focuses on identifying and addressing the health and functional consequences of sensory loss across the lifespan.
Dr. Mick is the president of the Hear4U Foundation, which aims to provide refurbished hearing aids for free or low cost to low income British Columbians.