Queen's University

Jeanne E. Mulder PhD

Program Development Associate, Bachelor of Health Sciences and Assistant Professor, Academic Advisor for BHSc students (last names F-K)

Biomedical and Molecular Sciences, Faculty of Health Sciences

Meet Dr. Jeanne Mulder

Academic Background

PhD Pharmacology & Toxicology (Queen’s University) 2013
Certificate in Professional Development (Queen’s University) 2012
MSc Pharmacology & Toxicology (Queen’s University) 2009
BSc Hons. Life Sciences (Queen’s University) 2007

Teaching Experience

Dr. Mulder has been involved in both course development and lecturing for a number of introductory undergraduate pharmacology courses at Queen’s University.  She has been involved in online teaching of Introductory Pharmacology for over five years, in addition to Pharmacology, Toxicology, and Therapeutics.  She has also taught Pharmacology to second year Nursing students at Queen’s University.  Dr. Mulder has supervised a number of students for the fourth-year undergraduate Research Project in Pharmacology course at Queen’s and has also been involved in graduate-level teaching of the Mechanistic Toxicology and Research Methodology courses at Queen’s University.


For More Information

View Dr. Mulder’s Faculty Biography, Department of Biomedical and Molecular Sciences