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Welcome to Pediatrics
Welcome to the Department of Pediatrics at Queen's University in Kingston, Ontario and the Southeastern Ontario Health Sciences Centre.
Queen’s Pediatrics nurtures a variety of widely regarded and highly concentrated Clinical Programs. Our pediatricians work from a variety of locations, including Hotel Dieu and Kingston General Hospital, and specialize in over a dozen fields, ranging from Pediatric Endocrinology, Cardiology, Neurology to Genetic and Metabolic Disease.
The Department of Pediatrics is active in teaching medical students in pre-clerkship and clerkship courses the fundamentals of Pediatrics and Genetics. In addition, the Department offers elective opportunities to visiting medical students from across North America.
Community, collaboration and commitment are the key principles of our prestigious Residency Program. Queen’s Pediatrics nurtures the individual passions and strengths of all our residents, creating some of the best pediatricians in the world.
About Queen's Pediatrics
Welcome to the Department of Pediatrics at Queen’s University, one of Canada’s most respected and advanced pediatric centres. Our tightly-knit department has built a reputation for excellence in client care, research and education - a standard nurtured by the commitment and compassion of our internationally recognized team of faculty and residents.
Located in Kingston, Ontario, our family-centred approach brings comprehensive and specialized interdisciplinary health care to pediatric patients from South Eastern Ontario and beyond.
Saturday, May 18th
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Welcome New Faculty
We are excited to welcome two new Attending Faculty to our group:
Dr. Angela Noble - Pediatric Gastroenterology
Dr. Andrea Winthrop - Pediatric General Surgery
Welcome to the Queen's Pediatrics Department!
New Papers Published
Bartels U, Barachel S, Carret AS, Silva M. et al. The use and effectivenss of temozolomide in children with central nervous sytem tumours: a survey from the Canadian Paediatric Brain Tumour Consortium. Current Oncology 18: e19-e24, 2011.
New Research Grants - Congratulations
Dr. C. Justinich - PSI Foundation Grant (2 years) - The role of PRRs and antigen presentation in esopahgeal epithelial cell response to injury.