Dr. Jaclyn Quirt

Division of Clinical Immunnology and Allergy

Jaclyn Quirt

Assistant Clinical Professor, Division of Clinical Immunology and Allergy, Department of Medicine

Program Director, Clinical Immunology and Allergy Residency Training Program

Staff Physician, Hamilton Health Sciences

Community practice in Vaughn, Ontario and Mississauga, Ontario.




  • Undergraduate Physiology, Western University 2005
  • Medical Degree (MD), University of Ottawa 2010
  • Internal Medicine Residency, McMaster University 2013
  • Clinical Immunology and Allergy Residency, McMaster University 2015

Researach Interests

  • Medical Education
  • Chronic Spontaneous Urticaria
  • Venom Allergy
  • Food and Exercise Induced Anaphylaxis

Selected Publications

  1. Quirt J, Lima H, Waserman S. Urticaria: a multidisciplinary disease. Where are we now? Curr Dermatol Rep 2015, 4(1):8-14.
  2. Alak A*, Quirt J*, Jerzak K*, Lane S, Miller P, Haider S, Arnold D [* Co-first authors]. How to succeed in research during medical training: a qualitative study. Clin Invest Med 2014, 37(3):E117.
  3. Chagla Z, Quirt J, Woodward K, Neary J, Rutherford C. Chronic norovirus infection in a transplant patient successfully treated with enterally administered immune globulin. J Clin Virol 2013, 58(1):306-308.
  4. Chen J, Quirt J, Lee J. Proposed new mechanism for food and exercise induced anaphylaxis based on case studies. Allergy Asthma Clin Immunol 2013. 9(1): 11.