August 11, 2023

Sumali Mehta

Sumali is an MSc in Epidemiology student at the University of Ottawa having previously completed a degree in biochemistry at McGill University. Over the course of her undergraduate studies, she developed an interest in AMR. Currently, she is interested in studying AMR epidemiology, international AMR governance and AMR policy research focused on the integration of […]

August 11, 2023

Samuel Orubu

Sam is the Policy Research Lead at the Global Strategy Lab’s Antimicrobial Resistance Policy Accelerator. His previous policy and research experience focused on antimicrobial resistance containment strategies, access to medicines, and medicines for children. Sam has consulted for the Fleming Fund on One-Health antimicrobial consumption in Pakistan; the Bayelsa State Drug Distribution Company on Medicines […]

August 1, 2023

Sepinoud Siavoshi

Sepinoud Siavoshi is a Research Assistant in the Public Health Institutions division at the Global Strategy Lab. She is wrapping up her final year of undergraduate studies at York University in Public Administration (BA) specializing in the Policy Analysis stream. This summer, she began her internship with the Ontario Ministry of Transportation as a Policy […]

April 27, 2023

Clare McGall 

Clare is a 1st-year Master of Science in Public Health student at McGill University and earned her Bachelor of Health Sciences from McMaster University. She is interested in health inequities and health promotion, especially as it relates to antimicrobial resistance. Clare held previous research assistant roles at the University of Toronto and the Population Health […]

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April 17, 2023

Lindsay Wilson

Lindsay is an epidemiologist with experience in a wide range of clinical topics, including substance use research, preterm birth surveillance, and barriers to immunization. She is currently a PhD candidate at the University of British Columbia, where she is writing her dissertation on the use of opioid agonist therapies among pregnant people with opioid use […]

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February 25, 2023

Cimoan Atkins

Cimoan Atkins graduated with an Honours Bachelor of Arts degree in International Development and African Studies at York University and has field work experience with non-profit organizations and university research groups. At GSL, Cimoan provides key financial support to the Lab by advising on best practices and emerging issues related to financial management, analyzes financial […]

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February 25, 2023

Sofia Gutierrez

Sofia was born and raised in El Salvador, but now calls Ontario her permanent home. Sofia graduated from Sheridan College’s Illustration and Design program. Her work focuses on story-telling and amplifying immigrant voices through art and design. Her saturated palettes and whimsical worlds seek to create an invigorating and inviting worldview through colourfully balanced, visually […]

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February 25, 2023

Demetria Tsoutouras

Demetria heads communications strategy and planning at the Global Strategy Lab and is a member of the AMR Policy Accelerator leadership team. Demetria’s role includes working with the team to develop comprehensive dissemination plans, exploring strategies to make GSL’s research more accessible to key audiences and encouraging a culture of strategic communication. Demetria brings over […]

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February 25, 2023

Lathika Laguwaran

Lathika Laguwaran is the Director of Operations at the Global Strategy Lab. She has a Master’s degree in Public Health from the University of Saskatchewan and a Bachelor of Science from the University of Toronto. At GSL, Lathika manages the day to day operations of the lab while taking the lead on research projects pertaining to health […]

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February 25, 2023

Cordelia Chik

Cordelia Chik is a summer research assistant from The University of Hong Kong. She is currently completing her third-year as a Bachelor of Science student, double majoring in Biochemistry and Sociology. As a student of both life and social sciences, she is interested in the social implications of Antimicrobial Resistance as a public health problem […]