Christine Czoli, PhD
Former Post-Doctoral Fellow
Christine was a Postdoctoral Fellow funded by the CIHR Health System Impact Fellowship, working with the Heart and Stroke Foundation and the University of Ottawa. Her post-doctoral research addressed critical evidence gaps relating to fiscal measures and marketing restrictions for sugary drinks.
Former Summer Student
As part of the Faculty of Medicine Summer Studentship program, Darrell completed a qualitative analysis of correspondences between Health Canada and various stakeholders (including companies, industry organizations and health-related NGOs) regarding healthy eating policies.
Former Summer Student and Volunteer
Kevin joined the OUTLIVE Lab after being awarded the Faculty of Medicine Summer Studentship Award. He collected data for a project examining the impact of nutrition labelling policies. As a volunteer, Kevin also worked on a study examining the corporate social responsibility activities of food and beverage companies in Canada.
Former Research Assistant
Olivia was involved with The OUTLIVE Lab for several years and participated in research examining food and beverage marketing in schools, on food packaging, on children’s television stations, and on social media websites. She is currently a second year medical student at the University of Ottawa.
As an undergraduate student in Health Sciences, Nomi volunteered for The OUTLIVE Lab and was involved in research on food and beverage marketing in schools. She also collected data on food and beverage advertising on social media websites.
Mariana Lòpez Santiago
Mariana is a registered dietitian in Mexico and has a Master’s degree in Public Health. As an intern at The OUTLIVE Lab, she collected data on food and beverage advertising on social media and on children’s specialty stations.
Former Research Assistance
Elisabeth-Anne was involved in research at the Outlive Lab for several years. As an undergraduate student, she conducted research on food and beverage advertising to Canadian children on television. More recently, she worked as a research assistant and collected data on children and youth’s exposure to food marketing on mobile devices.
Nicholas De Billy
As a student in Health Sciences, Nicholas completed an honors research project with the Outlive Lab on children’s exposure to food and beverage advertising in gaming applications used on smartphones and tablets. He was involved in participant recruitment, data collection and data analysis.
Kai-Lee has an undergraduate degree in Health Sciences from the University of Ottawa. As a volunteer, she conducted a literature review on food and beverage marketing in hospital settings and was involved in research on the impact of nutrition labelling policies and on food marketing policies in schools. She is now pursuing a law degree at McGill University.
Former Student Volunteer
Ahmed is a student in the Health Sciences program at the University of Ottawa. As a volunteer at the OUTLIVE lab, he worked on a study examining the frequency and healthfulness of food and beverage advertising on television in the cities of Toronto and Montreal over time.