Dr. Jack Janvier is an Indigenous infectious diseases specialist who is based out the Peter Lougheed Center in Calgary, Alberta.  He also provides HIV care at the Southern Alberta Clinic with a particular interest in enhancing HIV care for Indigenous populations. He has a Bachelor of Science degree (1997) and a Doctor of Medicine degree (2001) from the University of Saskatchewan. He did his internal medicine training at the University of Saskatchewan followed by infectious diseases training at the University of Calgary. He has been working full time in Calgary since 2009. He is a clinical assistant professor at the University of Calgary Cumming School of Medicine. Dr. Janvier is of Dene ancestry and grew up in northern Saskatchewan in the community of La Loche.

He is a co-applicant of 2 CIHR-funded research projects (DRUM2 and Know Your Status). He has been involved on the advisory board of Calgary’s HIV Community Link Strong Voices Aboriginal Program. He has also been a member of the Board of Directors for HIV Community Link for 5 years. He was also a member of the National Aboriginal Council on HIV/AIDS with the Public Health Agency of Canada. He is a member of the steering committee for the Alberta Provincial Strategy for Sexually-transmitted & Blood-borne Infections.