Fellows in Training

Chair: Dr. Angeliki Barlas

Welcome to the Fellows-in-Training area, where you will find resources to help guide you through Fellowship and into practice. Here you will find information on becoming a CSACI member, applying for grants, attending the Annual Meeting, as well as clinical resources. If you have any questions or suggestions regarding this section, please contact: info@csaci.ca.

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FIT Membership and how to get involved:

Membership to the CSACI is free for Fellows-in-Training. We strongly encourage you to apply early in your Fellowship in joining this network. FIT and CSACI membership is a great way to remain connected with your colleagues while in Fellowship and upon transitioning to practice. If you are interested in becoming a FIT representative, elections are held at the annual CSACI meeting.

Social Media: The CSACI recognizes the value of social media in promoting our organization and our field, and it is a great way to become engaged! CSACI  as well as a few members can be found on Twitter, CSACI Twitters: @DrAnneEllis, @Health_Ontario_, @DrElanaLavine, allowing for live-tweeting during conferences and meetings! In addition to these social media pages, a “FIT CSACI” Facebook group has been created where we can interact, share ideas, and discuss exam preparation.

We look forward to your involvement as Fellows-in-Training and CSACI members!

Angeliki Barlas, Fellow-In-Training Representative, MD, FRCPC

Angeliki Barlas, Fellow-In-Training Representative, MD, FRCPC


Dr. Angeliki Barlas is a Clinical Immunology and Allergy Fellow-In-Training in Vancouver at the University of British Columbia. She grew up in Saskatoon and completed her undergraduate and medical degrees at the University of Saskatchewan before moving to the west coast to pursue her residency in Internal Medicine. Her clinical interests include asthma, allergic rhinitis and anaphylaxis. Outside of medicine, Angeliki stays connected to her Greek culture through music and dance, as well as spending time with her family. Angeliki will pursue a career in community allergy and immunology in British Columbia when she completes her fellowship.

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