Lindsey Falk

Masters of Public Health (Epidemiology) Candidate, University of Toronto


Lindsey Falk completed her undergraduate degree in biology at Queen’s University where she studied plant ecology and evolution. She is currently a second year Master of Public Health (epidemiology) student at the University of Toronto, Dalla Lana School of Public Health. Lindsey is involved with several initiatives including the Ebola Working Group, an occupational health project in Gujarat, India, and an economic evaluation of paediatric fracture pathways. At her most recent position, with the Public Health Agency of Canada, she developed a risk assessment model, predicting listeriosis risk among vulnerable Canadian subpopulations. She has a strong interest in mathematical epidemiology and at the York University Centre for Disease Modelling, she will assist with modelling and project development for the Antimicrobial Stewardship Program at the University Health Network.

Research Interests :
Infectious disease epidemiology; Mathematical epidemiology; Risk assessment