Leslie Brown is a U3 student pursuing a degree in Physiology with a minor in Health Geography. She is interested in global health, social determinants of health, and preventive medicine. Outside of school, she enjoys history and film.
Megan is in the first year of her Master of Public Health degree at McGill University. She completed her undergraduate degree in life sciences at Queen’s University where she specialized in epidemiology and global health. Her primary area of interest in global health is around sexual and reproductive health, which is the field that she completed her undergraduate thesis in. She joined the MJGH because of her passion to promote critically reflexive and interdisciplinary global health research.
Aïché is a second year student in Ecological Determinants of Health with a minor in Pathology. She enjoys learning about determinants of health, neglected tropical diseases and medical anthropology. Her non-academic hobbies are (African) history and reading manga.
Currently a Ph.D. candidate in Mental Health at McGill University, Quinta is collaborating with Inuit in Quebec towards a culturally adapted psychotherapy with virtual reality (VR) components. Her background is a Master of Science in Psychiatry, B.A. in Psychology with a research focus on affective disorders and equity in health.
Jimmy is a U3 student in Honours Anatomy and Cell Biology. She is originally from Montreal and her hobbies include reading and rowing! She loves being a part of global health at McGill.
Maahir Shah is a U3 student pursuing an Honours in Biology and a Minor in Biotechnology. He is currently working with the McGill Center for the Convergence of Health and Economics and is a Global Health Scholar for 2021-2022. Maahir is interested in identifying novel approaches that can help tackle the challenges faced in global and public health.