Dr. Groll graduated with a MSc in Epidemiology from Queen’s University in 1997 and a PhD in Clinical &Evaluative Sciences/Health Outcomes from the Institute of Medical Sciences at the University of Toronto in 2004. Dr. Groll joined the Department of Psychiatry at Queen’sin 2006 and became the Director of Research in 2011. In that role she assists members of the Department of Psychiatry with all aspects of their research and performs any necessary statistical analyses. Dr. Groll’s primary research interest is in patient outcomes and observational studies. She collaborates on military and veterans mental health research in conjunction with the Canadian Forces, and with the OPP and municipal police forces examining the incidence of Operational Stress Injuries in those populations. She teaches research methodology to the Psychiatry Residents, and is involved with medical undergraduate teaching through the Critical Appraisal course.
Patient outcomes and observational studies; Collaborates on military and veterans mental health research in conjunction with the Canadian Forces;