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EcoHealth Research with Indigenous Communities

Kate Bishop-Williams presented her work on AGI seasonality in Nunatsiavut at Yale’s Global Health Innovations Conference

Best8On Saturday March 28th, Kate Bishop-Williams presented her research entitled Seasonal changes in prevalence of acute gastrointestinal illness and concurrent respiratory symptoms in Rigolet, Nunatsiavut, Canada at the Yale University Global Health Innovations Conference in New Haven, Connecticut. Kate’s abstract selected as one of only 65 student posters from hundreds of submissions from across the United States and around the world.

Kate also had the opportunity to meet with former IHACC student researcher Joe Lewnard while at Yale University, and discuss experiences from past and present in Uganda!Best5

Author: KateBishop-Williams

I am a goal-oriented individual with a passion for epidemiology, participatory methodologies, ecohealth and research. I am organized and efficient, both necessary traits for success in graduate school. I am a clear communicator and put an emphasis on plain language translations and conference attendance in my studies. I have published one peer-previewed article, and have 3 in submission now. I have given 6 academic research presentations at conferences and presented 10 academic posters to date.

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