Janis Geary BSc, MSc
School of Public Health
Janis Geary started her PhD with Drs. Bubela and Jardine in May 2011. Prior to this, she completed her undergraduate degree in Microbiology at the University of Manitoba. She moved to Edmonton to pursue a Masters degree in Global Health in 2007. Since completing her masters she has been Project Manager for the Canadian North Helicobacter pylori Working Group.
For her PhD, she is working on a project titled “Enhancing Trust and Communication in North-South Research Collaborations: A commons theoretical framework to equitable use and management of databases and biorepositories to support translational biomedical research”.
Janis holds funding from the Canadian Institutes for Health Research (2011-2014) and Alberta Innovates – Health Solution (2011-2016). She is also the current Vice-President of the School of Public Health Students’ Association.
Previous Research Projects
MSc, Global Health, University of Alberta (2010)