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Associate Professor, Pediatrics and Child Health; Section Head, Pediatric Infectious Diseases; Cross-appointments in Medical Microbiology and Community Health Sciences
1992 – Doctor of Medicine, Queen’s University
1997 – FRCPC (Pediatrics), Dalhousie University
1999 – Master of Public Health (International Health) and Humanitarian Assistance Certificate, Johns Hopkins School of Hygiene and Public Health
2004 – Diploma of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, Gorgas Course, Lima, Peru
2004 – FRCPC (Pediatric Infectious Diseases), University of Toronto
2006 – Research Fellowship (Malaria Immunology, Dr. Kevin Kain), University of Toronto
Global maternal, newborn and child health (MNCH): Dr. Crockett is currently involved in several large MNCH projects in India and Kenya through the University of Manitoba Centre for Global Public Health. These projects use a Program Science framework to implement and evaluate evidence-based MNCH interventions throughout the continuum of care.
Infections among pediatric immigrants and travellers.