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Michelle Tieu

Michelle Tieu

Michelle Tieu (she/her) is a third-year bachelor of design student at York University. She is working with her supervisor, Shana Shubs, to design a Dahdaleh Institute publication highlighting the research and vision of the Institute. Michelle is passionate about global health and environmentalism. She is currently working as a volunteer media designer at Shake Up […]

Internship Program: Summer 2022 In Review

Internship Program: Summer 2022 In Review

The Dahdaleh Institute worked with exceptional students this summer through our global health internship program, including students hired through the Research at York program, completing program practicums with us, and volunteers. Our interns conducted literature reviews, data synthesis, cataloguing, content development, stakeholder engagement, and much more. They contributed to faculty research projects on climate change […]

Fiona Harris

Fiona Harris

Fiona Harris is a recent graduate of the Global Health program at York University. Prior to that, she earned a BSc in agriculture, animal science, with a minor in international development from the University of Guelph. She is assisting Prof. Mary Wiktorowicz on a project that seeks to assess the governance dimensions and real-world application […]

Rooha Imran

Rooha Imran

Rooha is currently in her final year studying environmental management (policy, resources and conservation). She is extremely passionate about climate Change, biodiversity loss and sustainable living, with a heavy emphasis on how climate change and other anthropogenic activities impact biodiversity loss (specifically birds). She is working with Prof. Idil Boran and Research Associate Nilanjana Ganguli […]

Essete Makonnen Tesfaye

Essete Makonnen Tesfaye

Essete joins the Dahdaleh Institute as a research assistant working with Dr. Lora Appel to research novel tools that can be used in healthcare. Essete is currently in her final year of her BSc in the global health program. She is specializing in global eHealth, though she also has an interest in global health policy […]

Noor Aman

Noor Aman

Noor Aman is a fourth-year global health and psychology student at York University. As the global antimicrobial resistance research assistant working alongside Dr. Rogers Van Katwyk, Dr. Steven Hoffman, and the Global Strategy Lab team this summer, she will be working on a variety of projects, one being a systematic review on antimicrobial resistance and […]

Internship Program: 2021-2022 Year In Review

Internship Program: 2021-2022 Year In Review

The Dahdaleh Institute worked with exceptional students this year through our Internship Program, which is founded in an experiential education approach. Students completed program practicums with us, were hired through the Research at York program, or volunteered their time as research assistants. Congratulations and thank you to all the interns for jobs well done! 2021/2022 […]

Tina Barhagh

Tina Barhagh

Tina Barhagh is a third-year undergraduate student at York University majoring in biomedical sciences. She is also volunteering at Markham Stouffville Hospital and Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre and working with a PhD candidate to sort insects gathered from a Malaise trap. Tina is interested in expanding her knowledge of climate change, biodiversity, and current frameworks […]

Kaysie Ngo

Kaysie Ngo

Kaysie has joined the Dahdaleh Institute as a global health equity research assistant working with Dr. Mathieu Poirier to support various projects, including a draft manuscript of “Measuring Health Inequalities in Low- and Middle-Income Countries Using Household Income, Consumption, or Assets: Does it Make a Difference?” She will also be involved in supporting a follow-up […]

Michelle Mao

Michelle Mao

Michelle has just completed her first year at Osgoode Hall Law School. She completed her BSc at the University of Toronto, double majoring in health studies and global health. She is interested in improving the health outcomes of Canadians through policy and hopes to use her future JD degree to improve community and global health […]