Michael Arget, MPH '09
By uniting his education and work experience in public health and medicine, Michael Arget hopes to improve the health-care system.
Josh Lawson, PhD '09
I had excellent faculty supervision and support that enhanced my research training and equipped me with the skills necessary to conduct my own research and build my own research program.
Xue Li, MPH '09
I am working as part of a core research and evaluation team that enables a variety of health services research projects.
Genevieve Montemurro, MSc '09
My role involves multiple research related tasks including data collection, management and analysis as well as knowledge translation, synthesis and exchange activities.
Gillian Olser, MSc '09
I remember what it was like being a student, and I think that the School of Public Health prepared me well for the career I’m in.
Deena Hinshaw, MPH '08
Unlike the majority of doctors who see one patient at a time, Deena Hinshaw views the population as her patient.
Ginetta Salvalaggio, MSc '08
After earning her medical degree, Ginetta Salvalaggio pursued her MSc in population health realizing she could make an impact in her own backyard.
Katherine Dong, MSc '07
While doing her residency in emergency medicine, Kathryn Dong felt there was a better way to prevent and address downstream public health issues. She then became a public health leader in inner-city Edmonton.
Shandy Reed (MSc ‘06)
Shandy Reed pursued her master of public health degree because she wanted to make a difference in the lives of her clients.
Andrea Bridge, MSc '05
As an assistant professor at Mount Royal University, I teach, facilitate and mentor first, second and third year bachelor of nursing students.
Michele Moon, MSc '04
Michele Moon bridges her master of science degree in health promotion and her bachelor of science in occupational therapy to make public health better for all people.