Background Information:

Dr. Koehncke completed his undergraduate training in Zoology in 1991 and graduated from Medical School in 1995 (University of Alberta). He completed his Residency training in Occupational Medicine in 2000 (University of Alberta), which included the completion of a Masters Degree in Public Health Sciences, Specialization in Occupational Health. He holds specialty credentials in Occupational Medicine in Canada (FRCPC) and the United States (ABPM).

Professional Roles:

Assistant Professor, Department of Medicine

  • Director, Occupational Medicine Clinic, University of Saskatchewan
  • Undergraduate and Graduate teaching in Occupational Medicine, Occupational Hygiene, Toxicology, Public Health
  • Collaborative research

Chief Occupational Medical Officer, Ministry of Labour Relations and Workplace Safety

Areas of Interest:

  • occupational health screening and surveillance
  • industrial hygiene
  • occupational noise exposure
  • aviation / aerospace medicine
  • teaching