Dariya Darvin

Dariya Darvin (Junior Spatial Epidemiologist – Math Modeler)

Dariya joined the lab in the summer of 2020 as a summer research student and is currently working as a Junior Spatial Epidemiologist – Math Modeler through the University of Toronto Work-Study Program. She is a 1st year medical student at the University of Toronto. She conducts literature reviews, assists in data analysis and programming as a member of the COVID-19 spatial project which investigates the neighborhood-level heterogeneity in COVID-19.  Her research interests include epidemiology, population health, and health policy.

Dariya is a co-author for the following team paper:

  • Mishra S, Ma H, Moloney G, Yiu K.C.Y, Darvin D, Landsman D, Kwong J.C., Calzavara A, Straus S, Chan A.K., Gournis E, Rilkoff H, Xia Y, Katz A, Williamson T, Malikov K, Kustra R, Maheu-Giroux M, Sander S, Baral S. (2021). Increasing concentration of COVID-19 by socioeconomic determinants and geography in Toronto, Canada: an observational study. Ann Epidemiol. doi: 10.1016/j.annepidem.2021.07.007.