Pat McKee, M.Sc., OT (C)
Pat McKee trained as an occupational therapist at Queen's University, Kingston ON, then worked in Edmonton AB for several years. She went on to get a master's degree in Anatomy.
She began her academic career at the University of Toronto in 1987, preceding that with 11 years on faculty at the University of Alberta in the Departments of Occupational Therapy and Anatomy and Cell Biology. Throughout those years she taught anatomy, hand therapy, biomechanics, orthotics (splinting), ergonomics and occupational therapy for musculoskeletal conditions to students and therapists.
She is an internationally recognized expert in hand anatomy and hand therapy. She was the 2013 honored hand therapist at the Philadelphia Hand Meeting; invited international hand therapist at the 2014 Brazilian Congress of Hand Surgery (Maceio Brazil); and was the 2015 keynote speaker at the European Federation of Societies of Hand Therapy meeting in Milan Italy. She has also been an invited instructor at Lunds University, Sweden and Port of Prince, Trinidad.
Pat has been providing orthotic, anatomy and hand therapy education to therapists and students since 1976 and co-authored the textbook “Orthotics in Rehabilitation: Splinting the Hand and Body”, as well as numerous peer-reviewed articles.
She has been honoured with Life Membership Awards from the Canadian Association of Occupational Therapists (2015) as well as from the Canadian Society of Hand Therapists (2017).
Pat is also a musician and composer. Most notably she wrote and recorded "Look Beyond", Canada's Official Song for International Year of Disabled Persons.Anne Agur, email@example.com
Professor, Faculty of Medicine, University of Toronto
Anne Agur has been a faculty member in the Division of Anatomy, Department of Surgery at the University of Toronto since 1978.
She teaches Anatomy, Histology, Neuroanatomy and Embryology. Anne is course director of the Physical and Occupational Therapy Gross Anatomy courses and also contributes to the anatomy course in the Structure and Function block and the Neuroanatomy course of the Brain and Behaviour block of first year medicine.
She is the current editor of "Grant’s Atlas of Anatomy" and a co-author of "Essential Clinical Anatomy" and "Clincally Oriented Anatomy". Her research interests include skeletal muscle form and function, clinically applied Neuroanatomy, and Anatomy education.