Travis Salway (former surname: Hottes), MSc, PhD, is a social epidemiologist whose research focuses on health inequities experienced by lesbian, gay, and bisexual (LGB) people.

Travis is a Banting Research Fellow at the UBC School of Population and Public Health and the BC Centre for Disease Control, where he investigates health services solutions to elevated rates of depression, anxiety, suicide ideation, and substance use among LGB Canadians.

Travis’s training spans social work (University of California at Berkeley, 2002), clinical epidemiology (McGill University, 2008), and public health epidemiology (University of Toronto, 2017).

He is a long-standing Board member of the Community-Based Research Centre for Gay Men’s Health and a co-investigator of the national Sex Now survey.

Postdoctoral Research Fellowship (2017-2019); Michael Smith Foundation for Health Research Postdoctoral Traineeship (2017-2019.)

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SPPH 527 Introduction to the Determinants of Health (co-instructor: Jean Shoveller)