Centre for Studies in Primary Care

Centre for Studies in Primary Care

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Members of the QUIDD Collaborative 

 

Queen's Department of Family Medicine Faculty

 

Meg Gemmill, MD, CCFP

Director of Developmental Disabilities

​Dr. Meg Gemmill is a family physician and an Assistant Professor in the Department of Family Medicine at Queen’s University. She joined the Department in April 2014 as the Director of Developmental Disabilities. Dr. Gemmill’s clinical work, research and teaching interests focus on the application and dissemination of evidence-based primary care for adults with developmental disabilities. Her current research project involves the identification and diagnosis of patients with mild intellectual disabilities.

Contact Meg Gemmill: 
613.533.9300 x 73935 
iddprogram@dfm.queensu.ca


Ian Casson, MD, MSc, CCFP, FCFP

Dr. Casson has a Master's degree in Community Health and Epidemiology. He is involved in research in the care of adults with developmental disabilities and in the assessment of curriculum in developmental disabilities for Family Medicine residents.

Contact Ian Casson: 
613.533.6000 ext 73950 
ian.casson@dfm.queensu.ca

 

 


Broader Queen's Faculty

 

Andrea Guerin, MD 

Medical Geneticist
Assistant Professor in the Department of Pediatrics, Hotel Dieu Hospital

Dr. Andrea Guerin is a Clinical Geneticist and Assistant Professor in Pediatrics at Queen's University. She joined the group at Queen's in September 2014. She has a diverse clinical genetics practice encompassing a variety of concerns including diagnosing genetic causes of intellectual disability.

 

 


 

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