University of Guelph
Thesis: Exploring the role of knowledge synthesis and knowledge translation methodologies in One Health
Research Interests and Future Goals: I am an epidemiology PhD Candidate specializing in One Health knowledge synthesis and knowledge translation, with a focus on foundational One Health concepts and approaches antimicrobial resistance. I am a mixed methods researcher who aims to conduct community-centred work throughout their career and has many research interests spanning health equity, international development, and social enterprise. In the future, I hope to engage with international One Health projects and I have recently become involved with health-care access and building capacity in health human resources with a focus on equity-deserving communities.
Fun fact about you: I’ve been a dancer all my life and I am now learning the art and culture behind belly dancing!
Explore Sydney’s work below:
- The work in the link below was completed as a KT Boost Fellow at the National Collaborating Centre for Infectious Diseases and its goal is to amplify Indigenous leadership in climate change and health: Learning from Indigenous Leaders: Climate change and public health – National Collaborating Centre for Infectious Diseases (nccid.ca)