Sophie Crinion (née Kerr) graduated from University of Dundee School of Medicine, Scotland, in 2003 and completed a Junior House Officer year at Glasgow Royal Infirmary. She continued her postgraduate medical training in Ireland, where she completed Basic Specialist Training in Internal Medicine as well as the Higher Specialist Training program in both Respiratory and Internal Medicine. In 2012, she was awarded funding grant by the Health Research Board of Ireland and undertook a sleep research fellowship. Her PhD thesis, titled, “Obstructive Sleep Apnea and Hypertension” was awarded by University College Dublin in 2017. She moved to Canada in 2018 to take up a position as Assistant Professor in Queen’s University, where her clinical practice focuses on the assessment and treatment of sleep disorders, as well as general respiratory and internal medicine. Her main area of research interest is the mechanistic links between Obstructive Sleep Apnea and cardiovascular disease.
Sophie Crinion MD