This blog is an outreach initiative by McGill Global Health Programs to harness a blog’s ability to engage with communities and share updates in an interactive manner.
Our mission is to:
spotlight the McGill community’s interdisciplinary efforts in global health research, advocacy and other initiatives.
connect our program with external individuals and organizations interested in global health and development, facilitating the creation of a virtual supportive network of university-based global health initiatives.
share educational resources relevant to current global health news.
facilitate and encourage discourse between the McGill Global Health Programs, the extended McGill community, and anyone else interested in our work.
We hope that after reviewing our posts, you are inspired to connect with us through our blog, and to become further involved in global health.
Meet the Team
Madlen Nash – Co-Editor-in-Chief
Madlen is a U3 microbiology and immunology student at McGill University. Her global health interests are infectious disease prevention and diagnosis in high-burden, low-resource settings and health and social justice.
Clare is in the final year of her honours degree in Microbiology & Immunology with a minor in the History & Philosophy of Science. Her academic interest in biomedicine and bioethics intersect in her passion for global health, where she hopes to pursue work in infectious disease control and health in relation to human rights.
Patrick Bidulka works for McGill GHP. A recent graduate from the McGill undergraduate pharmacology program, Patrick is known around the office as tech-savvy and launched the blog in early July. He has passed on the editor-torch to Madlen and Clare, but remains an ongoing contributor to the blog.
Stephanie Laroche-Pierre is part of the McGill GHP team. She has an interest in health promotion, the web, and social media.
Interested in joining the Blog team? Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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The thoughts and opinions expressed on this blog are those of the individual contributors alone and do not necessarily reflect the views of their employers, McGill Global Health Programs, McGill University, or staff.