Dr. Moulton received his MD from the University of Calgary in 1979. He entered the Neurosurgery Training program at the University of Toronto in June of that year. He received his FRCSC in Neurosurgery in 1984. Dr. Moulton did a Clinical Research Fellowship at the Medical College of Virginia under the supervision of Dr. A. Marmarou from 1984-1986 on the topic of head injury. He returned to Toronto and joined the neurosurgical staff at St Michael’s Hospital in 1986, where he served as Division Head of Neurosurgery and Medical Directory of the St. Michael’s Trauma program until 2004.In 2004, Dr. Moulton accepted the position as Division Chief for Neurosurgery at the Ottawa Hospital and Chairman of the Neurosurgery Division of the University of Ottawa. In 2005 he was elected as a member of the Peripheral Nerve Surgery Committee of the World Federation of Neurosurgical Societies. His subspecialty clinical interest is peripheral nerve surgery.

Dr. Richard Moulton, MD, FRCSC
Associate Professor, University of Ottawa
University Chair, Division of Neurosurgery, The Ottawa Hospital