Dr. Terry Myles
- MD Doctor of Medicine, University of Alberta, 1965
- LMCC – Licentiate of Medical Council of Canada
- FRCSC – Fellow, Royal College of Surgeons Canada – Neurosurgery
Born in Edmonton, Alberta and graduated from U of A with a medical doctor degree in 1965. Interned at the Royal Alexandra Hospital, followed by 7 years of post-graduate training in the McGill Hospital system in Montreal. He obtained a Masters in Science degree from McGill University and Fellowship in Neurosurgery from the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons in 1973. He joined the medical staff at Foothills Medical Centre in Calgary in 1973 and Alberta Children’s Hospital in 1974. Following that he did general neurosurgical adult and pediatric practice until 2006, then 6 years of adult spinal neurosurgery. He was the first Chief of Staff Surgical at Alberta Children’s Hospital, and for 10 years was Director of the Neurosurgical Training program at the University of Calgary Medical School where he taught undergraduate and post-graduate medical students. He was appointed Professor Emeritus in Clinical Neurosciences at the Cumming School of Medicine in 2007. Dr. Myles has had numerous administrative roles including: President of the Alberta and Canadian Neurosurgical Societies, Canadian Congress of Neurological Sciences and Canadian Delegate to the World Federation of Neurological Societies.
He retired from active practice in 2012 and has done medico-legal consultations and IME’s since.