Chris Normandeau, MSc '15
Using his master of science degree in epidemiology, Chris Normandeau is facilitating transformational change in cancer care for all Albertans.
Azalea Lehndorff (MPH ’14)
Since 2010, Azalea Lehndorff has been strengthening the education system for over 15,000 girls in Afghanistan by building classrooms for the 100 Classrooms Project.
Dana Olstad, PhD '13
I could not do what I am doing now without the training I acquired during my PhD. I entered my PhD with a strong background in clinical nutrition, and knew very little about public health nutrition.
Tony Thepsouvanh, MPH '13
Tony Thepsouvanh uses his master of public health to provide environmental public health services to First Nations communities on-reserve in northern Alberta.
Laura Aplin, MSc '12
I was very fortunate during my master’s degree program to receive funding from CIHR as well as several opportunities to work and learn around the world, from London, England to Fort Portal, Uganda.
Cheryl Currie (PhD ’12)
Cheryl Currie’s research shifts the power to Indigenous communities to see how they can move forward to address health inequities.
Amanda Jones, MSc '12
My education as a University of Alberta student allowed me to contribute to numerous professional and community engagement activities.
Aysha Kaba, MPH '10
My work includes building technical capacity in emergency management for natural and man-made disasters in addition to supporting volunteer Regional Disaster Management Teams (RDMT).
Kelsey Klaver, MPH '10
I am passionate about health promotion and is always looking for ways to advocate on behalf of marginalized populations.
Emma Wilkins, MPH '10
Using her master of public health degree in health promotion, Emma Wilkins is providing adaptable and reliable evaluation, research and facilitation services in public health.