Experimental Therapeutics and Metabolism Program
and Centre for Outcomes Research and Evaluation
Samantha Hajna has successfully defended her PhD thesis, Neighbourhood walkability and pedometer and accelerometer-assessed walking in Canadian adults, in the Department of Epidemiology, Biostatistics, and Occupational Health under the supervision of Drs. Kaberi Dasgupta and Nancy Ross and thesis committee members, Drs. Lawrence Joseph, Sam Harper and Simon Bacon. Her work has led to six first-authored publications to date and her doctoral studies were funded by an award from CIHR. Samantha will be pursuing postdoctoral work at Cambridge University in the fall.