Nathan McClure, BSc, MSc, MPHAPERSU Research Trainee
Nathan is working on his 4th degree as a PhD student in Public Health supervised by Dr. Johnson. After completing his BSc at UBC in Vancouver, Nathan went on to pursue an MSc in Mathematical Biology at Queen’s University. It was during his internship with the Global Malaria Programme that Nathan realized his interests were in Public Health, deciding to enrol in an MPH in Biostatistics at the University of Alberta. Nathan completed his practicum in Tuberculosis surveillance with the Department of Health and Social Services in the Northwest Territories, and his capping project with APERSU. Nathan then worked as an analyst with Emergency Medical Services at Alberta Health Services, but decided to return in 2017 as a full-time student to further explore health-related quality of life! Nathan is currently investigating methods to support the interpretability of scores from patient-reported outcome measures.