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Talia Glickman

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Meet Talia Glickman

Country: Vietnam
Position: Health Risk Assessment / Health Impact Specialist
International Partner: CENPHER
Placement Date: March - July 2018

Talia is a graduate of the University of Guelph, having completed her Master's of Science in Epidemiology in Fall 2017. Her research interests include zoonotic and foodborne diseases and global health. Talia's Master's research looked at Salmonella prevalence on Canadian dairy farms and is currently undergoing edits for publishing.

Talia worked with CENPHER staff to provide support, take part in study design, and conduct data analysis on health risk assessment projects.

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