Madlen is an honours microbiology & immunology student. Her global health interests are infectious disease prevention and diagnosis in high-burden, low-resource settings and improving access to essential medicines and diagnostics. She is passionate about health and social justice.
Clare is a U3 honours microbiology & immunology student with a minor in the history & philosophy of science. Her interest in biomedicine and bioethics intersect her passion for global health, where she hopes to pursue work in infectious disease control and health in relation to human rights.
Sayema is a research assistant in Dr. Madhukar Pai’s research team which works towards improving tuberculosis diagnostics and treatment. Her interests in global health are infectious diseases, the interplay of social science and medicine, and advocacy.
Adrienne is a U3 Psychology student with minors in biology and behavioural science. She is drawn by the multidisciplinary nature of global health and its ability to pull from many fields to solve vast and often borderless problems. Her interests include emphasis on improved treatments for both neurological and mental disorders.
Tasnim is a nutrition student. Her interests include mobile health and the determinants of health. Through the blog, she is excited to highlight some of the great work done in the field of global health.
McGill Global Health Programs
Kristin works for McGill GHP. She has been infected by student enthusiasm for blogging and agreed to join in despite her non-techie nature.
Patrick is a recent graduate from the undergraduate pharmacology program at McGill University. He worked at McGill Global Health Programs for 5 months, where he was initiated into the professional global health arena. Patrick hopes to make significant impacts in the field of global health in the near future.
Stephanie is part of the McGill GHP team. She has an interest in health promotion, the web, and social media.