Department of Public Health Sciences

Department of

Public Health Sciences


Public Health Sciences

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Department of Public Health Sciences
Carruthers Hall, 2nd and 3rd Floors
62 Fifth Field Company Lane
Queen's University
Kingston, Ontario, Canada K7L 3N6

Normal Hours of Operation:
Monday to Friday
8:00am - 12noon, 1pm - 4:00pm

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First year students will have desk space with power and wireless hookup, as well as separate general meeting space available in Carruthers Hall. Students are required to have their own computers. Upper class students who are working on their theses typically arrange appropriate work spaces through their thesis supervisors. Photocopy, fax, and office supplies are provided on a cost-recovery basis. Two computers with statistical software installed are available for general use in the student common room.

Department Head, Program Directors, & Staff

Name Title  Ext. Email
Will Pickett (room 210) Department Head 79551
Duncan Hunter (room 202)

Graduate Coordinator; MPH Program Director

Patti Groome, Cancer Research Institute Program Director, PhD  78512
Michael McIsaac (room 209) Program Director, MSc Collaborative Biostatistics 78525
Harriet Richardson, Cancer Research Institute Program Director, MSc 78958
Lee Watkins (room 208) Departmental Administrative Assistant 77095
Sue Preston (room 301) Graduate Assistant,   MSc Epidemiology, MSc Biostatistics, and PhD Epidemiology Programs 32901
Gerri Lyman (room 306) Graduate Assistant,  MPH Program 32234
Paula Muis (room 205) Professional Development Officer, MPH Program 77984
Bren Melles (room 206) Senior Program Officer and Adjunct Instructor, MPH Program 77099


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