Dr Jennifer Landry Dr Landry is an anesthesiologist at the Saint John Regional and St. Joseph’s Hospitals in Saint John, NB. She holds an academic appointment as assistant professor with Dalhousie University. Born and raised in Saint John, she pursued her undergraduate studies in Physiology at McGill University. She then completed medical school at the University of Ottawa, and her Anesthesiology residency at Western University.

She serves a diverse patient population at New Brunswick’s largest hospital in both official languages. She has been a member of the hospital’s ERAS committee for several years, and has been active with the NB Section of Anesthesiology since 2018, initially as Secretary-Treasurer, and subsequently as Vice Chair. Dr. Landry has been a judge on the National Review Committee for the CAS Medical Student Prize for multiple years since 2015.

She is a former competitive judo athlete, having competed nationally and internationally for Canada until her retirement in 2019. In addition to judo, she enjoys diving (both Scuba and springboard/platform), whitewater kayaking, gardening, and exploring the beautiful nature that surrounds Saint John.