Researchers In Focus


Julie Robillard
Assistant Professor, Neurology | PhD Julie Robillard is a recently appointed Assistant Professor of Neurology that leads a research program at the intersection of dementia, ethics, and technology. Her current research is aimed at evaluating the quality and ethics of online health information and computerized tools for dementia screening and diagnosis. Dr. Robillard holds a B.Sc. […] Read More >


Nadia Khan
Professor, General Internal Medicine | MD, MSc Dr. Khan is a clinician researcher and general internist at St. Paul’s Hospital and scientific member of the Center for Health Evaluation and Outcomes Sciences (CHEOS). Her central motivation is aimed at providing acute and chronic disease management for vulnerable populations. Through these activities she is member of […] Read More >


Kate Shannon
Associate Professor, AIDS | PhD, MPH, BSc, BA Dr. Shannon’s research training includes a Masters degree in Global Public Health which focused on maternal and reproductive health in rural Bangladesh, followed by a PhD in Public Health and Epidemiology at UBC which explored the social and structural factors shaping HIV acquisition risk for street-based sex […] Read More >


Keith Walley
Professor, Critical Care Medicine | MD, FRCPC, ABIM After graduating with a BSc Honors in Physics from the University of Manitoba in 1978, he continued on to receive his MD in 1981. He went on to complete an Internal Medicine Residency (McGill University), a Fellowship in Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine (University of Chicago), and […] Read More >


Stephen Lam
Professor, Respiratory Medicine | MD, FRCPC “My long term goal is to translate scientific research in lung cancer screening to implementation at the population level and to improve lung cancer outcome.” Dr. Stephen Lam is a Professor in the Department of Medicine and a Distinguished Scientist in the Department of Integrative Oncology at the BC Cancer Research […] Read More >