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Stephanie Brown  –  PhD in Health, News, Research
Tuesday, February 13, 2024
Emily Drake, PhD in Health candidate, was the only PhD Atlantic Canadian winner of the inaugural Canadian Cancer Society’s 2023 Master’s and PhD Research Training Awards Competition and was awarded $52,500. Among her other scholarships, Drake was previously awarded the Faculty of Health’s Leon and Rose Zitner Prize.
Josey Houle, Dal Heath freelance writer  –  PhD in Health, News, Research
Wednesday, July 26, 2023
Killam Laureate, Healthy Populations Institute Scholar, BHCRI CRTP trainee and PhD in Health candidate Emily Drake (MA’10) is personally, professionally, and academically motivated by the prospect of building and nurturing community for young people with cancer.
Josey Houle, Dal Heath freelance writer  –  PhD in Health, News
Friday, July 14, 2023
As Lead Performance Analyst for the Toronto Blue Jays, Goreham equips the various skills he’s gained from the PhD in Health program to effectively execute his professional responsibilities. Such skills include data analysis, the application of sport science theory, computer science, work with sensors, and more.
Stephanie Brown and Dawn Morrison  –  PhD in Health, News, Research
Monday, March 20, 2023
PhD in Health candidate Lynette Peters has established the Cerberus Helmet Project, designed to serve active and retired Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) veterans and public service personnel. Peters has a ceramics studio which provides no-cost access to creative expression through pottery and glaze lessons.
Stephanie Brown  –  PhD in Health
Friday, August 2, 2019
Nila Joshi grew up with a forest in her backyard, so she was always playing outside and using her imagination. She built forts, and a stick could be anything she wanted it to be. Now, she’s researching how playing with open-ended materials like those can benefit children.
Stephanie Brown  –  PhD in Health
Thursday, July 11, 2019
Looking through the comic panels of the soon-to-be-released Rainbow Reflections: Body Image Comics for Queer Men, it’s clear that this project was meant to start conversations, and that’s just what Phillip Joy hoped for.
Brittany Kraus  –  Students, Innovation, PhD in Health, News, Research
Monday, July 23, 2018
Dal Killam Scholar and PhD Health student Phillip Joy's research focuses on how narratives and images around sexuality, heteronormativity and body image can influence nutritional choices that gay men make and affect their access to adequate health care and educational supports.

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