Dr. Domenica Tambasco is a Fellow of the College of Family Physicians of Canada and has been practising Family Medicine since 2004. Since 2016, she has been a consulting physician at the Environmental Health Clinic at Women’s College hospital where she integrates her knowledge about environmental impacts on human health to help her patients. Dr. Tambasco completed her Diploma in Occupational and Environmental Health at McMaster University in 2010 and continues to expand her knowledge through numerous related courses. She is presently completing a graduate degree at the Institute of Medical Sciences with a collaborative specialization in Environmental Health. Dr. Tambasco is dedicated to teaching in the health professions and has been a Lecturer in the Department of Family and Community Medicine at the University of Toronto since 2012. She has also received several awards for her dedication to educational scholarship. In her spare time, she has organized 6 successful fundraising events for various NGOs, including CAPE and Doctors without Borders. Dr. Tambasco’s most recent endeavour is to explore the connections between common toxicants and health effects, with a special interest in Multiple Chemical Sensitivities. A work in progress is her creation of an educational resource for medical professionals to provide tools for the assessment, prevention, and treatment of environmentally-linked illnesses.