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Recap – Fall 2021 Graduate Research by Dahdaleh Global Health Scholars

Recap – Fall 2021 Graduate Research by Dahdaleh Global Health Scholars


Published on December 22, 2021

The Dahdaleh Institute is showcasing the current work of PhD and master's students associated with the Institute at this year’s second Graduate Student Symposium. Graduate students detailed their research journey and the progress they have made so far. For this year's symposium, featured three graduate students presenting on the following topics:

  • Nilanjana Ganguli - Investigating Gender Aspects of the Health Impacts of Climate Change in the Lake Chilwa Basin, Malawi (2:43)
  • Dixon Lai - Responsibility and Reparations of Disasters – Reimagining Regulatory Frameworks (15:14)
  • Isaac Weldon - Planetary Antimicrobial Resistance Regimes and Collective Action (25:23)

Reminder - We are seeking applications from exceptional incoming and continuing domestic and international graduate students who wish to contribute to York University’s growing global health research community. Specifically, we invite applications from students aiming to conduct research and related scholarly and creative activities in line with the three themes of the Institute: planetary health, global health and humanitarianism, and global health foresighting. Read more here:


Global Health & Humanitarianism, Global Health Foresighting, Planetary Health



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Nilanjana Ganguli, Dahdaleh Global Health Graduate Scholar, Planetary Health Active
Isaac Weldon, Research Fellow, AMR Alum
Dixon Lai, LLM Graduate Student Fellow Alum

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