Dr. Stephanie Liu, M.D. M.Sc
Dr. Stephanie Liu is a graduate from Columbia University, University of Calgary and University of Alberta. She practices community family medicine and acute care at the University of Alberta Hospital. She has sat on numerous boards and is a Clinical Lecturer at the University of Alberta. She is wife to Graeme, Otolaryngologists Head and Neck Surgeon and mommy to Madi, her sweet and spunky little girl and her son Georgie.
Dr. Stephanie Liu is a dedicated mother, family physician, and entrepreneur who is passionate about promoting health and wellness. As the owner and founder of both Life of Dr. Mom and By Dr. Mom, Dr. Liu combines her extensive medical knowledge with her personal experiences as a mother to create products that meet the unique needs of her customers.
With over a decade of experience as a family physician, Dr. Liu has seen firsthand the impact that good health and wellness can have on people’s lives. This inspired her to create Life of Dr. Mom, a blog and community focused on promoting healthy living and self-care for women.
Building on the success of Life of Dr. Mom, Dr. Liu founded By Dr. Mom, a skin care brand that offers products that are both effective and accessible. By Dr. Mom’s Soothing Beta Cream, for example, is a highly-regarded solution for skin irritation and dryness, made with natural ingredients like beta glucans.
Dr. Liu is committed to providing her customers with high-quality, affordable products that make a real difference in their lives. She believes that good health and wellness should be accessible to everyone, and she works tirelessly to make this a reality.
When she’s not helping her patients or creating new products, Dr. Liu is a dedicated mother and enjoys spending time with her family. She is passionate about inspiring women to prioritize their health and wellness, and she continues to be an advocate for self-care and self-love.
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Erin Manchuk, BScPharm, BCGP
Erin is a graduate from the University of Alberta. She is a clinical pharmacist in acute care with family and internal medicine at the University of Alberta Hospital. Erin is also a board certified geriatric pharmacist. She is a Clinical Academic Colleague with the Faculty of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences at the University of Alberta and is a preceptor for future pharmacists. Erin is a single mom to her two children, Henry and Audrey, and two geriatric shih tzus, Monty and Winston.