Stacey Marjerrison
Associate Professor, Pediatrics

Dr. Stacey Marjerrison is a pediatric oncologist and the Medical Director of the Pediatric Oncology Late Effects Program at the McMaster Children's Hospital, as well as an Associate Professor of Pediatrics at McMaster University, with an Associate appointment to the Department of Health Research Methods, Evidence and Impact. She holds the Ronald Barr Professorship in Pediatric Oncology as the inaugural recipient.

Dr. Marjerrison's areas of research interest are in supportive care for children with cancer, and in the interaction between socio-demographic determinants of health and malignancy. As applied to survivors of childhood cancer, this includes evaluating and building care programs that encourage survivors to engage in healthy active lifestyles. More broadly, this research interest focuses on provision of care for marginalized populations, including Indigenous children in Canada and for all children in low-income countries. This work is centred in HATCH (Hamilton Advocating Together for Child Health), a research incubator that Dr. Marjerrison co-founded with Dr. Gita Wahi, to support research in the area of health equity for children in the Hamilton region. Finally, Dr. Marjerrison is the lead of the Social justice, Indigenization and Inclusion working group of the newly formed Canadian Pediatric Cancer Consortium.
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