Dr. Ellis is an Associate Professor in the Department of Medicine at Queen's University in Kingston Ontario, with a cross-appointment to the Department of Biomedical and Molecular Sciences. Her role is one of a Clinician Scientist with approximately 75% of her academic portfolio dedicated to research.
She is the Chair of the Division of Allergy & Immunology in the Department of Medicine and the Director of the Environmental Exposure Unit (EEU), a unique, internationally recognized and validated research facility. Under her direction, the EEU provides a controlled allergen challenge for the study of allergic rhinitis and is capable of evaluating up to 150 participants at a time. Her areas of research interest and expertise include clinical trials and basic science investigations of Allergic Rhinitis, as well as umbilical cord blood predictors of future allergies in the newborn.
Dr. Ellis also runs regular Allergy & Immunology Clinics out of the Hotel Dieu Hospital, providing clinical assessments of allergic rhinitis (hayfever), asthma, food allergy & anaphylaxis, drug allergy, stinging insect allergy, urticaria (hives) and eczema in addition to immunodeficiency and other immune disorders.
For more information:
Click here for more information about Dr. Ellis' research with Queen's University.
Click here for more information about Dr. Ellis' involvement with the Environmental Exposure Unit at Kingston General Hospital.
Click here for more information about current clinical trials Dr. Ellis is seeking volunteers for.
Referrals to Dr. Ellis’ allergy clinic can be faxed to 613.546.3079