Dr. Bethany E. Monteith joined the Department of Medicine at Queen’s University in 2021 as an Assistant Professor in the Division of Hematology with a cross-appointment in the Department of Oncology. A Maritime native, she completed her BScKin (Clinical Biomechanics) at the University of New Brunswick and received her medical degree from the University of Ottawa in 2012. Dr. Monteith completed internal medicine residency and hematology residency at Queen’s University. In 2021 she additionally completed a research fellowship with the Canadian Cancer Trials Group and a Master of Science in Translational Medicine, while enrolled in the Clinician Investigator Program at Queen’s University.
Dr. Monteith is a clinician-scholar and her clinical practice includes all areas of hematology with a focus on malignant hematology, in particular plasma cell dyscrasias. Her research and academic interests focus on cost-effectiveness analyses in multiple myeloma, improving access to clinical trials for hematology patients in the region, and the development of cost-minimization strategies for the delivery of hematology care. She is a member of the Canadian Cancer Trials Group myeloma working group, lymphoma working group, and a member of the Canadian Myeloma Research Group.