Jennifer MacKenzie, MD FRCPC
Kingston General Hospital
76 Stuart St.
Kingston, ON K7L 2V7
KGH Medical Genetics
Dr. Jennifer MacKenzie is a full-time Associate Professor in Pediatrics and Genetics.
Dr. MacKenzie is a graduate of the University of Toronto School of Medicine and completed her residency training in Pediatrics and her fellowship training in Medical Genetics at the University of Toronto.
Her work in Clinical Genetics includes dysmorphology, inborn errors of metabolism, newborn screening and general genetics.
She is an award-winning medical educator who has had a number of leadership roles in medical education in undergraduate and postgraduate pediatrics and genetics. She is currently the inaugural Co-Director of the innovative Queen's Accelerated Route to Medical School (QuARMS) Program.
She is an active member of the Provinicial Newborn Screening Committee.
Her research interests include Innovation and evaluation in approaches to undergraduate medical education, public perceptions of genetics, physicians use of genetics in primary care and the development of metacognitive skills in medical students.
Dr. MacKenzie enjoys time outdoors including kayaking, running and swimming.
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