Toronto neurosurgeon who murdered wife to face disciplinary charges

Mohammed Shamji has been charged with first-degree-murder.

TORONTO – A Toronto neurosurgeon who killed his wife two days after she filed for divorce now faces a disciplinary hearing.

The College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario says Mohammed Shamji faces allegations of professional misconduct.

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The regulator alleges Shamji provided false information in his application for independent practice in 2012.

It says he failed to disclose criminal charges related to a domestic assault in Ottawa in 2005.

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It’s also says Shamji has been found guilty of an offence that is relevant to his suitability to practise.

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No date has been set for the hearing.

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