New Hand & Upper Extremity Specialist, Jason Shrouder-Henry, M.D., MBA
Dr. Jason Shrouder-Henry is a fellowship-trained orthopaedic surgeon treating adults and children with orthopaedic hand and upper extremity conditions by offering a wide range of services, including fracture management, care for arthritis, and treatment for nerve compression.
He completed his Medical Doctorate at Georgetown University School of Medicine, his orthopaedic surgery residency at University of Toronto and completed two fellowships, one in hand and microvascular surgery at the San Antonio Hand Center, followed by a fellowship in shoulder and elbow surgery at the University of Toronto.
TD scholarship winner Jason Shrouder-Henry is an orthopaedic surgeon
March 29, 2021
To be able to select a university of your choice and not have to worry about paying tuition is a luxury any student would relish.
Just ask Dr. Jason Shrouder-Henry who is a fellowship-trained orthopaedic surgeon.
In the summer of 2003, he was among 20 Canadian high school students who were the recipients of $50,000 TD Canada Trust scholarships for outstanding community leadership.
Literacy through hip hop
January 9, 2006
This past summer, hip hop music flowed from Regent Park in Toronto while children aged eight to 12 learned how to read and write. The students were part of the Literacy Through Hip Hop initiative created by third-year McMaster health science student Jason Shrouder-Henry and his friend Shahmeer Ansari from the University of Toronto.
In May 2005, Shrouder-Henry and Ansari approached TD Canada Trust with a proposal to improve literacy skills in children living in poor Toronto neighbourhoods. Using hip hop music as a source of inspiration, children learned to read and write about the issues, history and artists of the hip hop culture.