Research Trainees

Christine Wang (UofT Work Study Student)
Christine joined the lab in the summer of 2019 as a Keenan Research summer student and is currently working with the team as a junior epidemiologist via the University of Toronto work-study program. She is currently a 2nd year medical student at the University of Toronto and is interested in the applications of mathematical modeling and computer science in healthcare. She is working on a systematic review of mathematical models of antibiotic resistant organisms in healthcare settings as well as helping to develop and validate natural language models to extract data from unstructured clinical data at the St. Michael’s Hospital tuberculosis clinic.

Min Xi (UofT Work Study Student) LinkedIn
Min joined the lab in September 2018 via the Human Biology Research course, and thereafter as a Keenan Research summer student in 2019, and currently as a junior epidemiologist via the University of Toronto work-study program. She is a 4th year Human Biology – Global Health Specialist student at the University of Toronto (St George). Her research project is a systematic review and meta-analysis of the HIV prevalence and the number of sexual partners of clients and non-paying male partners of female sex workers in Sub-Saharan Africa. Her research interests include epidemiology and infectious diseases, environmental health, and health policy.