Completed PhD Students:
Dr. Chantelle Richmond (2003-07) “Dimensions and Determinants of Aboriginal Health in Canada” (CIHR ACADRE Scholar; SSHRC Doctoral Scholar; John Hastings Public Health Award Winner). Dr. Richmond is an Associate Professor at Western University and a CIHR New Investigator Awardee. Dr. Richmond was elected to the Canadian Royal Society’s College of New Scholars in Fall 2015.
Dr. Dana Wilson (2003-08) “Urban Environmental Influences on Youth Gambling” (Canada Graduate Scholar). Dr. Wilson is currently on maternity leave. She has held a sessional position at the University of Toronto (Mississauga Campus) and has worked for the Peel Region Health Board.
Dr. Daniel Crouse (2005-09) “Social and Physical Environmental Determinants of Breast Cancer: a Case-Control Study of Montreal Women.” (Canada Graduate Scholar – co-supervised with Dr. Mark Goldberg). Dr. Crouse is currently an Assistant Professor at The University of New Brunswick.
Dr. Rania Wasfi (2009-2015) “Public Transportation as a Social Determinant of Health” (co-supervised with Dr. Kaberi Dasgupta). Dr. Wasfi is currently an FRSQ-funded postdoctoral researcher at l’Université de Montréal.
Dr. Samantha Hajna (2010-2016) “Seasonality, Neighbourhoood Walkability and T2D” CIHR Doctoral Scholar (co-supervised with Dr. Kaberi Dasgupta). Samantha will take up a postdoctoral position at The University of Cambridge in September 2016.
Current PhD Students:
Kelly-Ann Renwick (2012- ) “The Health and Hospital Burden of Aging Alone.” Kelly Renwick holds doctoral research funding from FRSQ.
Completed MA Students:
Lorna Sampson (2010-13) “Neighbourhood Deprivation and the Severity and Management of Gestational Diabetes.” Canadian Public Health Association’s Population and Public Health Award winner (Master’s level, 2012). Lorna is currently a medical student in Ireland after a Research Coordinator position with the University of Toronto Health Network.
Stephanie Coen (2004-06) “Neighbourhood Collective Efficacy and Cohesion in Bolivia” (co-supervised with Dr. Sarah Turner). Stephanie is a doctoral candidate at Queen’s University.
Saeeda Khan (2002-04) “Neighbourhood Influences on Stress and Distress in Montreal, QC” Saeeda is a Researcher with Statistics Canada.
Current MSc (Epidemiology) Students:
Sarah Mah (2013- ) “The hospital burden of low-income during pregnancy.”
Sidonie Penicaud (2015- ) “Does rail transit investment promote increased utilitarian walking in Canadians?”