Past Trainees: Where are they now?

Many of our trainees have subsequently obtained demanding yet rewarding positions locally, nationally, or abroad within academia, the health care system, or private industry. Trainees at POPi are provided with a myriad of opportunities for professional growth and skill enhancement. This rich learning environment enhances their understanding of pharmaceutical outcomes research and we acknowledge that it results in invaluable work experience and knowledge.

   
Dr. Ursula Amstutz

Past Postdoctoral Fellow and alumna of the CPNDS team

 
   
Dr. Ricardo Jimenez-Mendez

Past Postdoctoral Fellow and alumnus of the CPNDS team

 
   
Benji Heran
Past Postdoctoral Fellow and alumnus of the CPNDS team
 
   
Dr. Leah Mwai

Past Postdoctoral Fellow and alumna of the CPNDS team

 
   
John Lee

Past Master's Student  and alumnus of the CPNDS team

 
   
Tenneille Loo, M.Sc.
Past trainee and alumna of the CPNDS team
Currently: Medical student, University of Toronto
   
Dr. Lucila Castro-Pastrana, Q.F.B., Dr.rer.nat.
Past Visiting Scholar and alumna of the CPNDS team
Currently: Professor, Universidad de las Américas, Puebla México.
lucila.castro@udlap.mx
   
Dr. Patricia Camp, PhD
Past Postdoctoral fellow and alumna of the Population Health Team
Currently: Assistant Professor, Department of Physical Therapy, UBC
   
Dr. Laura Esmail, PhD
Past M.Sc. student and alumna of the Population Health Team
Currently: Senior Project Manager, Center for Medical Technology Policy, Baltimore MD
laura.esmail@cmtpnet.org
 
   
Dr. Tingting Zhang, PhD
Past Postdoctoral Fellow and alumna of the Population Health Team
Currently: Data Analyst, POPi, Vancouver BC
tingting@popi.ubc.ca
 
Doug Chow, B.Pharm, MBC, M.Sc.
Past M.Sc. student and alumnus of the Population Health Team
Currently: Institutional Equity Analyst, United Overseas Bank, Toronto ON
douglas.chow@olc.ubc.ca
   
Alice Wang
Workstudy Pharmacy Undergraduate Student
   
Soomi Hwang
Workstudy Pharmacy Undergraduate Student
   
Helene Gylling
Molecular Biomedicine Undergraduate Directed Studies Student

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