Aging, Health and Well-being alumni profiles

Kimberly Lopez standing in hallway of long-term care home

Kimberly Lopez, PhD

Recreation and Leisure Studies (Aging, Health and Well-being). Assistant Professor, University of Waterloo

Kimberly Lopez gives a voice to those who provide care within the long-term care sector using innovative research approaches to uncover racialized, gendered, and classed issues that structure care labour.

Andrew sitting at his office desk in front of computer displays showing brain image

Andrew Robertson, PhD

Kinesiology (Aging, Health and Well-being). Post Doctorate Fellow, Sunnybrook Research Institute and University of Toronto

Andrew Robertson continues to work with new and innovative technologies to improve the lives of stroke patients. His training in the Aging, Health and Well-being doctoral program prepared him to continue with his research as a doctoral fellow.

Rebecca Genoe standing in front of a fall coloured tree

Rebecca Genoe, PhD

Recreation and Leisure Studies (Aging, Health and Well-being). Associate Professor, University of Regina

Rebecca Genoe has long known that her life's work would be in the field of aging research. Now as an Associate Professor at the University of Regina, she recalls how her time at the University of Waterloo prepared her for academic life.

Norma Jutan sitting at a desk with a computer screen in front of her

Norma Jutan, PhD

Public Health and Health Systems (Aging, Health and Well-being). Methodologist, Canadian Institute for Health Information

Norma Jutan's in-depth experience working with big health data in her Aging, Health and Well-being doctorate made her a perfect candidate to continue working with these numbers as a Methodologist after her studies.