Dr. Janes is the Director, School of Public Health and Health Systems, UWaterloo. His current research includes studying vulnerability to climate change among herding households in rural Mongolia, and the public health impact of global resource extraction activities.
Dr. Liu, Assistant Professor, Department of Anthropology and the School of Public Health and Health Systems, University of Waterloo is examining the relationships between medicine, science, and issues of identity, bioethics, and democratic publics.
Dr. McLevey’s research centers on social networks and spans a range of subfields and specialties, including the sociology of knowledge, comparative science and health policy, and environmental sociology.
Dr. Schweizer's research focuses on near-term decision-making in the context of long-term consequences. She has considered this problem with respect to climate change and long-term energy planning.
Dr. Whiteside’s current research program focuses on interrelated areas of global health concerns. These include: shifting burdens of disease, immigrant and migrant health, and the economic and social causes and consequences of HIV and AIDS.