Kirsten Lee

PhD Candidate - University of Waterloo

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Kirsten Lee is a PhD student in the School of Public Health and Health Systems at the University of Waterloo, working under the supervision of Dr. Sharon Kirkpatrick. Her research focuses on assessing the effect of consumer food environment interventions (e.g. menu labelling) on food/beverage purchases and intakes, as well as evaluating post-secondary food environments. Her research will assess the complexity of social and environmental influences on food/beverage purchasing patterns among students. Kirsten is involved with various advocacy groups at the University of Waterloo with aims to improve the availability, accessibility, and affordability of healthy and environmentally sustainable food on campus. She is the Student Chapter Support Co-Executive of the Canadian Coalition for Global Health Research and works closely with undergraduate students across Canada to facilitate workshops

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