Dr. Isabelle Gray completed undergraduate degrees in Life Sciences and French Studies at Queen’s University prior to spending the next decade in Edmonton, Alberta completing a Master of Science in Epidemiology, medical school and Emergency Medicine training at the University of Alberta.
During her residency she led many projects related to medical education and evidence-based medicine (EBM). She overhauled the EBM curriculum for FRCPC emergency medicine residents and has published innovations from this curriculum. As an Assistant Professor at Queen’s, she is heavily involved in teaching EBM to medical students and residents. She is currently working toward obtaining the Royal College Area of Focused Competency diploma as a Clinician Educator. Other interest lie in addressing the needs of vulnerable populations in the ER and harm reduction strategies. She is an active member-at-large of the Clinical Care and Quality Management committee.
When not in the Emergency department, she can be found chasing after her children or jogging with her giant dog, Bruce.