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The Faculty of Health Sciences offers one of Canada’s most comprehensive and integrated health sciences programs. Researchers and students from a broad spectrum of disciplines work together to study health and disease.
Featured Graduate Student
Dr. Collins' research examined gendered poverty relations, poverty, and the built environment when it comes to overdose risk impact among women.
Dr. Adams from the Faculty of Health Sciences spent three months in Mexico to learn how medical tourism practices shape health-care delivery.
Dr. Patterson worked with women living with HIV to examine how the law may impact their healthcare engagement.
Dr. Carter in Health Sciences studied sexual health, happiness, and pleasure among more than 1,400 women living with HIV in Canada.
Dr. Rezansoff from Health Sciences is the first SFU student to be awarded two Dean of Graduate Studies Convocation Medals.
Dr. Closson explored the intersect between sexual decision making, gender, and HIV-risk among young people in Soweto, South Africa.
Amanda studies how stress and sleep patterns may affect women's reproductive development.
Natalie's research on the genetic features of the HIV virus aims to bring us closer towards a cure.
Health Sciences student Shantelle Medal's project was recognized as the winning project of Student-Community Engagement Competition.
Natalie Kinloch in Health Sciences traveled to the USA to study the genetic characteristics of HIV.
Biftu Yousuf in Criminology and Health Sciences studied Oromo conceptions of well-being in metropolitan areas of Canada.
Nathan researches dopamine neurotransmission, namely how important proteins may interact with other proteins of the dopamine signalling system.
Harry's research is on the development of novel statistical methods on the assessment of environmental chemical mixtures on pregnancy outcomes.
Monique Auger, a proud Métis woman, is a recipient of the 2015 Graduate Aboriginal Entrance PhD Scholarship.
Viviane examines how contractual approaches in health care hinder and/or advance equity in mental health.
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