Queen's University

Leslie W. MacKenzie PhD

Associate Professor

Biomedical and Molecular Sciences, Faculty of Health Sciences

Meet Dr. Leslie MacKenzie

Academic Background

PhD Medical Sciences (McMaster University) 1985
MSc Cell Biology (McMaster University) 1980
BSc Cell Biology (University of Windsor) 1979

Teaching Awards

(Nominated) W.J. Barnes Teaching Excellence Award (2014) Arts and Science Undergraduate Society, Queen’s University
(Finalist) Frank Knox Award for Excellence in Teaching (2012/13) Queen’s University
Alumni Award for Excellent in Teaching (2009) Queen’s University
(Finalist) Alumni Award for Excellence in Teaching (2008) Queen’s University
Most Engaging Lecturer Award (2007) Queen’s University Life Sciences
Faculty of Health Sciences Education Award (2007) Queen’s University
(Nominated) W.J. Barnes Teaching Excellence Award (2007) Queen’s University
(Finalist) Frank Knox Award for Excellence in Teaching (2005/06) Queen’s University
MacLean’s Guide to Canadian Universities ’05: Recognized as one the most popular teachers at Queen’s University (2005)

Teaching Experience

Dr. MacKenzie has more than 30 years’ experience teaching at the undergraduate and graduate levels in introductory to advanced courses in Human Anatomy and Morphology, Neuroanatomy, Histology, Embryology, and Cell Structure and Basic Tissues at Queen’s University. Dr. MacKenzie is also involved with Clinical and Scientific Foundations courses as well as Principles of Teaching and Learning for medical students. Two of his courses have been taught online for a number of years, providing him with valuable teaching experience in the online environment.

Course

For More Information

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