Dr. Maryanne Crockett


Section Head, Pediatric Infectious Diseases
Associate Professor, Pediatrics and Child Health, Medical Microbiology, Community Health Sciences

Degrees: M.D. (Queen's, 1992), FRCPC Pediatrics (Dalhousie, 1997), MPH (Johns Hopkins School of Public Health, 1999), DTM&H ( Peru , 2003), FRCPC Infectious Diseases ( Toronto , 2004)

Mailing address: 530 Basic Medical Sciences Building, 745 Bannatyne Avenue, Winnipeg, MB R3E 0J9
Tel: 204-789-3891 Fax: 204-272-3095
E-mail: maryanne.crockett@umanitoba.ca


Dr. Crockett is not currently accepting new students (2019)

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Research Interests:
Global maternal, newborn and child health, infections among pediatric immigrants and travelers

Recent Publications:

For a list of Dr. Crockett's PubMed articles, please click here

  1. Crockett M , Kain KC. Tafenoquine: a promising new antimalarial. Expert Opin Investig Drugs . 2007 May;16(5):705-15.
  2. Reynolds DL, Gillis F, Kitai I, Deamond SL, Silverman M, King SM, Matlow AG, Crockett M . Transmission of Mycobacterium tuberculosis from an infant. Int J Tuberc Lung Dis . 2006 Sep;10(9):1051-6.
  3. Crockett M , Keystone J. Infectious diseases and travel: the impact on children and their families. Current Paediatrics . 2006 February;16(1):8-15.
  4. Crockett M . New Faces from faraway Places: Immigrant child health in Canada . Paediatrics and Child Health. 2005;10(5):277-81.
  5. Crockett M , Keystone J. “I hate needles” and other factors impacting on travel vaccine uptake . J Travel Med . 2005 Apr;12 Suppl 1:S41-6
  6. Crockett M , King S, Kitai I, et al. Nosocomial Transmission of Congenital Tuberculosis in a Neonatal Intensive Care Unit. Clin Infect Dis. 2004;39:1719-23.
  7. Hoorn EJ, Geary D, Robb M , Halperin ML, Bohn D. Acute Hyponatremia Related to Intravenous Fluid Administration in Hospitalized Children: An Observational Study. Pediatrics . 2004;113(5):1279-84.
  8. Matlow A, Robb M , Goldman C. Infection control and paediatric tuberculosis: A practical guide for the practicing paediatrician. Paediatrics and Child Health . 2003;8(10):624-6.