Dr. Elizabeth King is an Infectious Diseases physician and assistant professor in the Faculty of Health Sciences at Simon Fraser University. She completed her BSc in Biochemistry at the University of Northern British Columbia and then went on to complete medical school, Internal Medicine residency, and Infectious Diseases Fellowship at the University of British Columbia. She then completed a clinical research fellowship with the CTN postdoctoral fellowship program (Mark Wainberg award) and UBC clinician investigator program, including a Master’s of Health Sciences at UBC.

Dr. King’s research is focused on understanding and improving age-related health disparities for women living with HIV. Specifically, her group focuses on menopausal care and reducing medications-related morbidity, so as to promote healthy aging.