Congratulations to our 2018 spring graduates

 

Congratulations to all the School of Population and Public Health’s 2018 spring graduates!

Sixty-four students had degrees conferred this February and May, including 28 in the Master of Public Health program, seven in the Master of Health Science program, two in the Master of Health Administration program, eight in the Master of Science program, four in the Doctor of Philosophy program, and 15 in the Master of Science in Occupational and Environmental Hygiene program.

School co-directors Professors Carolyn Gotay and Chris Lovato congratulated the graduates at a celebration in the Alumni Centre.

Meet some of our 2018 spring graduates

Masters of Science graduate Kaitlyn Harper explored how gut health and how changes to gut health can affect growth in kids.


Master of Public Health graduate is combining her training as a clinical pharmacist with her research and public health skills towards HIV treatment and prevention.

 


Master of Health Science graduate Jessica Liauw is heading into her research fellowship over the next year and then will be working as a Maternal Fetal Medicine physician.

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