Dr. Andrew GlennieMD MSc FRCSC

Halifax Infirmary

Associate professor and program director

Andrew Glennie completed an undergraduate degree in chemistry at StFX , medical school at Memorial university in Newfoundland  and subsequent orthopaedic residency at Western in London Ontario. He completed a complex spine fellowship in Vancouver and primarily practices spine surgery. He completed a masters degree from London School of economics specifically the health economics and policy management platform.

He was the clerkship director for the department of surgery before becoming program director for the orthopaedic training program. He has supervised a variety of residents and medical students both clinically and in a variety of research projects. He has secured local funding and external funding for a number of projects. He contributes to the Canadian Spine Outcomes Research Network (CSORN) and is a co- Principal Investigator of the prospective degenerative spondylolisthesis prospective cohort study. He also helped begin a surgical OSCE at Dalhousie assessing residents' ability to both evaluate standardized patients and subsequently perform surgery on a cadaver with simulated pathology.