Dr. Jocelyn Garland completed Internal Medicine and Nephrology Training at the University of Western Ontario in 2001. Since that time, Dr. Garland has been working as an Associate Professor of Nephrology at Queen’s University, where she is a clinical researcher. In 2009, Dr. Garland completed her Masters in Community Health and Epidemiology, and she is a member of the Queen’s University Vascular Calcification Research Group, which is a group of dedicated researchers actively investigating clinical and basic sciences aspects of vascular calcification. This group has published a number of manuscripts in the area of vascular calcification. Dr Garland's her research interest is vascular calcification development in chronic kidney disease patients. Her main research focus is the epidemiology, diagnosis and prevention of cardiovascular disease in chronic kidney disease patients.
Dr Garland is also a highly regarded teacher, having received two Department of Medicine teaching awards for her work in teaching medical students. She served as the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada Program Director for the Nephrology Fellowship Program at Queen’s University from 2006- 2011.