Dr. Marianne Schwarz (she/her/hers) is a resident physician furthering her training in the public health and preventive medicine program. She obtained her Doctor of Medicine at the University of British Columbia where she subsequently completed her residency and Royal College certification in adult neurology. She is pursuing her interest in public health to understand the social and environmental contributors to the neurologic diseases she has seen in her practice. While she has diverse and evolving interests, one of her focus areas is the impact of sleep on health and well-being.
Dr. Marianne Schwarz is a resident physician in Public Health and Preventive Medicine, and a clinical neurologist practicing general neurology in BC.
Dr. Schwarz has worked for several years in different capacities since her postgraduate neurology residency completion in 2020. Her work experiences include general neurology practice and as a physician lead in the Fraser Health vaccination program in the COVID-19 pandemic. She has also trained and worked as a physician with the COVID Advanced Therapeutics Network in BC.
Dr. Schwarz completed her Doctor of Medicine at the University of British Columbia (UBC) in 2015, and her postgraduate residency training in adult neurology in 2020. She is currently completing her Masters of Public Health at the School of Population and Public Health at UBC.
Spurred by her involvement in the COVID-19 pandemic response and her clinical experiences, Dr. Schwarz is hoping to unite her evolving interests in public health, sleep medicine through a public health lens, and health equities.