Anne Gadermann appointed Assistant Professor

HELP is pleased to announce the formal appointment of Dr. Anne Gadermann as Assistant Professor at the Human Early Learning Partnership (HELP), School of Population and Public Health, and as Research Scientist at the Centre for Health Evaluation and Outcomes Sciences (CHEOS), Providence Health Care Research Institute, effective December 1, 2015. 

Anne completed her PhD in psychometrics at the University of British Columbia and received postdoctoral training in psychiatric epidemiology at Harvard Medical School and in population and public health (funded by the Michael Smith Foundation for Health Research and the Canadian Institutes of Health Research) at CHEOS and HELP.

Anne’s research focuses on examining the social determinants of physical and mental health and well-being in populations across the lifespan, including children and youth, individuals who are homeless or vulnerably housed, and seriously ill elderly patients. This focus is one that intersects very well with the research being conducted at HELP and we look forward to having Anne continue her work with both HELP and CHEOS in this new academic appointment.  Please join me in congratulating Anne and wishing her well.