Faculty and Staff

 Dr. Bob McGraw Bob McGraw, MD, FRCPC, M.Ed.
Director of the CSC
Bob is an Emergency Physician in the two Queen’s University affiliated hospitals. He was the lead person for the School of Medicine for the planning and design of the CSC, which opened in September 2011. His main area of interest is teaching and assessment of competence in technical skills, with a particular focus on resuscitation skills.
Kim Garrison
Kim Garrison
Operations Manager
I have worked at Queen’s University in administrative roles for over 25 years. Queen’s generously allowed me to obtain my post-secondary education from the Department of Psychology as a mature student while working full-time. I graduated in the spring of 2010 and was hired as the Clinical Simulation Centre (CSC) Operation’s Manager that fall.
My aim, as is that of all the staff at the CSC, is to provide a welcoming and nurturing educational atmosphere for students, faculty, staff and the Queen’s community. If you would like to host your educational program at our Centre or visit for a tour, it is as simple as contacting me at 613-533-3340 or kim.garrison@queensu.ca and I will guide you through the process.
 Jeremy Babcock

Jeremy Babcock

Lead Technical Lab Assistant

Jeremy is our Senior Technical lab assistant who has worked at the Clinical Simulation Centre since 2011. He assists faculty and staff with day to day operations and is the go to person for any of your technology related needs.

You can find Jeremy programming, repairing and operating simulators in the lab. You may also find him in the control room creating high definition A/V recordings of simulations. His areas of interest include high fidelity patient simulation, virtual reality based simulators and simulation based assessment.

Loren Fleming
Technical Lab Assistant 

Loren is our Technical lab assistant who has worked at the Clinical Simulation Centre since 2014. Before joining the Clinical Simulation Centre, he was the Senior Simulation Technician for the Kingston Resuscitation Institute at Kingston General Hospital. His previous background comes from the Canadian Forces Medical Service with clinical and field operational training. He has been involved with Military and Medical high fidelity simulation since 2003 and continues to seek out new challenges at the CSC.