The Threads Lab welcomes four new graduate students, Jacie Liu, Jinisha Panjwani, Obaraboye Olude, and Theodora Lufitha.
Jacie Liu is completing a Master of Science in Global Health: Disease Burden, Challenges, and Changes at McMaster University. She will be working with iCHORDS (Improving Community Health Outcomes through Research, Dialogue and Systems Strengthening) Community of Practice.
Jinisha Panjwani is a Master of Public Health candidate at Western University. Her project with the Canadian Network for Neglected Tropical Diseases (CNNTD) will focus on understanding Canadian action and investments in programs related to neglected tropical diseases.
Obaraboye Olude studies in the Global Health stream of the Master of Public Health program at the University of Ottawa. She will be working on the Adaptation of the Health Workers for Change Methodology as part of the training for community drug distributors.
Theodora Lufitha is completing her Master of Public Health degree at Western University. Her project with the FAST package team will explore the use of educational materials in schools to support MDA with Praziquantel for schistosomiasis.