Fiona is a veterinary-research fellow at the Global Strategy Lab who supports the lab’s antimicrobial resistance policy research. Her previous policy and research experience focused on improving One Health approaches to global food security through climate-smart agricultural technologies, and infectious disease surveillance.
Fiona’s previous research and work experience was focused on improving One Health approaches to global food security and infectious disease surveillance in Australia and Southeast Asia: specifically, aquaculture diseases surveillance in Australia and transboundary animal disease control in Laos and Cambodia.
Fiona has worked with Veterinarians Without Borders in Meru, Kenya, WorldFish in Phnom Penh, Cambodia and Environment Canada in Whitehorse, Yukon.
Fiona continues to work as a veterinarian in downtown Toronto where she treats dogs, cats and small mammals.
Gender and agriculture: Implications for antimicrobial resistance policy, 2022, ISVEE2022 presentation
Estimating the public health and canine health burden of Campylobacter and Salmonella infections among dogs in North America, 2020, NVSS Veterinary Summer Scholars Symposium presentation.
Towards Effective Participatory Decision-Making on Climate-Smart Agriculture (CSA) Technologies: A Case Study of Rohal Suong Climate-Smart Village, Battambang Province, Cambodia, 2018, CCAFS Working Paper No. 241
Veterinary Clinical Associate, Wellesley Animal Hospital
Research Assistant, Veterinary Virology Lab and Mekong Livestock Research Group (University of Sydney)
University of Sydney, DVM
Queen’s University, BSc (Hons)