Sherilee Harper

Assistant Professor Ontario Veterinary College Department of Population Medicine Guelph, Ontario harpers@uoguelph.ca Office: (519) 824-4120 ext. 58392

Bio/Research

Prof. Harper's research investigates associations between weather, water, and Indigenous health in the context of climate change, and she collaborates with Indigenous partners to prioritise climate-related health actions, planning, interventions and research.

She is currently a collabor...


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Bio/Research

Prof. Harper's research investigates associations between weather, water, and Indigenous health in the context of climate change, and she collaborates with Indigenous partners to prioritise climate-related health actions, planning, interventions and research.

She is currently a collaborator in an international research initiative called the “Indigenous Health Adaptation to Climate Change” (IHACC) project. which works closely with Indigenous peoples in the Canadian Arctic, Ugandan Impenetrable Forest, and the Peruvian Amazon. The project aims to combine science and traditional knowledge to strengthen health systems in light of a rapidly changing climate, within three areas of foci: food security, malaria, and waterborne disease.


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