Jamie Kellar’s clinical area of expertise is mental health and addictions. She teaches in the neuropsychiatry and health systems courses at the Faculty. Kellar has received numerous teaching awards, including an Early Career Teaching award from the University of Toronto and the National Award for Excellence in Education from the Association of Faculties of Pharmacy of Canada. She has been named Professor of the Year on three occasions. Her research is in the field of health professions education, with a specific focus on professional identity formation. She uses Foucauldian critical discourse analysis to examine dominant identity constructs in pharmacy education and practice.
“Education is a tool that opens doors”
Jamie Kellar, Associate Dean, Academic, has helped grow mental health curriculum and student opportunities at Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy.Read More
Pharmacy professor honoured with U of T President’s Teaching Award
Jamie Kellar has been recognized with a President’s Teaching Award from the University of Toronto, the highest honour for teaching that the University bestows.Read More
Jamie Kellar receives international award for best paper
Jamie Kellar received the Rufus A. Lyman Award from the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy in recognition of her research in professional identity in pharmacy education.Read More