Discipline of Laboratory Medicine
Message from the Chair
"Our discipline is dedicated to excellence in teaching, research, and clinical service. We presently have 33 full and part-time faculty, 2 cross-appointed faculty, 3 adjunct faculty, and 8 residents. We also have 23 part-time faculty in New Brunswick.
Our Anatomical Pathology Residency Program is fully accredited with the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada. Our faculty work closely with our residents and our residents are successful not only in their Royal College examinations, but also in securing employment within our province and elsewhere in Canada.
Our discipline encompasses pathology, infectious disease and microbiology, chemistry, biochemistry, hematology, cytogenetics, and molecular genetics. Our faculty are striving for excellence in their individual fields.
I invite you to browse through our website and become familiar with our faculty, residents, and their achievements."
Jane Barron, M.D., MSc, FRCPC
Tele #: 709-777-7711
Fax #: 709-777-6061
Working in a spirit of collaboration and respect, and by forming mutually beneficial partnerships, the Discipline of Laboratory Medicine delivers excellence in competency-based education, research and evidence-based clinical diagnostics.
To be recognized as leaders in Laboratory Medicine, in preparing learners for careers in Laboratory Medicine, by conducting research and in embracing our responsibilities to advance the health of our communities.