Maria B. Ospina; MSc, PhD

Dr. Ospina is a clinical epidemiologist in the area of maternal and perinatal health and former Canada Research Chair in Life Course, Social Environments and Health. She currently holds the following positions:

  • Associate Professor in the Department of Public Health Sciences; Queen's University
  • Adjunct Professor with the Department of Medicine and the School of Public Health; University of Alberta
  • Women and Children's Health Research Institute member
  • DOHaD Canada Secretary

Degrees and Additional Training

  • PhD Public Health Sciences (Clinical Epidemiology). University of Alberta School of Public Health, Edmonton, AB (Canada) (2013)
  • MSc Clinical Epidemiology University of Alberta, Edmonton, AB (Canada) (2004).
  • Visiting Fellow in Systematic Reviews. Iberoamerican Cochrane Centre. Hospital de la Santa Creu i Sant Pau. Barcelona (Spain) (2001).

 

DATA, BIRTH, BABIES + BEYOND

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