Digging in to the social and environmental factors that shape eating patterns: Implications for health and the environment

Date: Thursday, March 18th, 2021 
Time: 9:30 - 11:00am ET

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Speaker:
Catherine L. Mah MD, FRCPC, PhD - McGill University 

Moderated by:
Sharon Kirkpatrick, PhD, RD - University of Waterloo 

Ciney Wei, MSc 

Webinar Description: 

Dr. Catherine Mah will deliver an introductory talk on the intersection between food and environment. This talk will highlight recent developments in the field and current research. This will be followed by a Q&A period, as well as a networking period with fellow trainees and students across Canada who are interested in nutrition.

All undergraduate students, graduate students, and faculty are from across Canada—from any discipline—are welcome to attend. We particularly recommend this talk for students studying nutrition, physiology/biology, public health, environment, or just have a general interest in the topic. Attendees do NOT have to be CNS members, nor do they have to have previous knowledge/experience on the topic. 


About the Speaker:

Catherine L. Mah MD, FRCPC, PhD - McGill University 
Dr. Catherine L. Mah is Canada Research Chair in Promoting Healthy Populations. She is a professor at Dalhousie University, and directs the Food Policy Lab, which conducts research on the environmental and policy determinants of diet. Her work has a particular emphasis on health-promoting innovations in the food system. Dr. Mah has collaborated with experts on the international level, and more information can be found on her bio here


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ORGANIZED BY: University of Waterloo, as part of the CNS Trainee/University Student Representative Program 

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