Former Research Assistant, Global Strategy Lab
MD Candidate, Queen's University
Archita Srivastava is a first year student in the Doctor of Medicine program at Queen's University. She is a graduate of Bachelor of Health Sciences program (Honours) at McMaster University. At the Global Strategy Lab, her topics of focus are antimicrobial resistance, public awareness campaigns and the effects of international law on health and its social determinants. In addition to her focus on global health, she is also interested in clinical epidemiology. She is currently conducting research at Child Health Evaluative Sciences (The Hospital for Sick Children) and Department of Health Research Methods, Evidence, and Impact (McMaster University). She is also involved with the Canadian Cancer Society and serves as a member of the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation Committee for Brampton.