Jean Gray, C.M., FCAHS

Professor Emeritus, Medical Education, Medicine, Pharmacology, Dalhousie University (Halifax, NS)

Jean Gray is Professor Emeritus, Medical Education, Medicine, Pharmacology at Dalhousie University.

Dr. Gray graduated from the University of Alberta in Chemistry (1963) and Medicine (1967). She joined the Faculty of Medicine at Dalhousie and was the founding Head of the Dalhousie Division of General Medicine, Associate Dean of Postgraduate Medical Education (1988 to 96) and Associate Dean of Continuing Medical Education (1996 to 2002).

Dr. Gray has served as President of the Canadian Society of Clinical Pharmacology; the Canadian Society for Clinical Investigation; the American Society for Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics; the Canadian Association of Medical Education; the Canadian Institute of Academic Medicine; and as Chair of the Canadian Cochrane Collaboration Advisory Board, the CIHR Institute of Gender and Health Advisory Board, the NS Health Research Foundation Board, the Board of the Canadian Medical Hall of Fame, the Canadian Academy of Health Sciences Standing Committee on Assessments, and the CMAJ Journal Oversight Committee. She is a member of several other national and international committees and boards, including the Science Advisory Committee of the Council of Canadian Academies. 

Dr. Gray belongs to the Fellowship on the Canadian Academy of Health Sciences and the Order of Canada. She also has two honorary doctorates.

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