Congratulations to Carlee Wright on her first first-author publication! Carlee worked with the Rigolet Inuit Community Government to examine potential associations between stored drinking water and acute gastrointestinal illness in Labrador Inuit. Continue reading
Sincerest congratulations to PhD student, Jamie Snook, on this prestigious and well-deserved honour!
Written by Anna Manore, MSc Candidate
After many long flights, I landed in Arkhangelsk, Russia, to begin a week of learning with the Collaborative Arctic Summer School in Epidemiology (CASE). CASE is a meeting of epidemiology faculty and students from the United States, Canada, Norway, and Russia. It’s a great opportunity to meet with other researchers working in Arctic contexts, and I’m fortunate because this was my second time attending! A few other CASE participants from Alaska had been on my flight from Moscow, and after waiting for the rest of the participants’ flights to arrive, we set off on a 3.5-hour drive to Golubino. Continue reading
Congratulations to Catherine Huet for her new publication in BMC Public Health! Her article examines food security in household with children in Iqaluit. Click here for free access to the open-access article! Continue reading