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Title: Research Fellow
Sarah has an inter-disciplinary background with a Ph.D. in Geography and a B.Sc. in Environmental Science from McMaster University, Canada. Her research interests include understanding how global environmental change is impacting health and wellbeing using a range of qualitative, quantitative and GIS approaches.
Prior to joining SEI Sarah was a researcher at the United Nations University Institute for Water, Environment and Health in the water and human development programme and worked on a range of water and sanitation topics.
She has additionally contributed to projects on climate change uncertainty in the Laurentian Great Lakes for Environment Canada and climate change health impacts within the UNESCWA RICCAR initiative. She is a co-founder of Water Youth Network, a platform that supports young professionals in the water sector.
Dickin SK, Schuster-Wallace CJ, Qadir M, Pizzacalla K. 2016. A Review of Health Risks and Pathways for Exposure to Wastewater Use in Agriculture. Environ Health Perspect. Advance Publication: 29 January 2016; http://dx.doi.org/10.1289/ehp.1509995
McDermid, J.L., S.K Dickin, C.L. Winsborough, H. Switzman, S. Barr, J.A. Gleeson, G. Krantzberg, P.A. Gray. 2015. State of Climate Change Science in the Great Lakes Basin: A Focus on Climatological, Hydrological and Ecological Effects. Prepared jointly by the Ontario Climate Consortium and Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry to advise Annex 9 - Climate Change Impacts under the Great Lakes Water Quality Agreement, October 2015. http://climateconnections.ca/our-work/the-state-of-climate-change-science-in-the-great-lakes/