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Why working at PHO is important to me:

"I am a true “One Health” practitioner and PHO has provided me with an incredible opportunity to draw upon all of my education and experiences to embrace the entire human–animal–environmental public health continuum, which is a strong focus of our organization. Moreover, PHO fosters a culture of extraordinary thinking. Innovation, teaching, education, research, and exemplary clinical standards are nurtured, encouraged, and strongly and positively supported by PHO. PHO is a world-class organization, with world-class leadership, and I am both proud and privileged to be a part of it."

Anna Majury, Clinical microbiologist


Academic degrees and accreditations

  • Doctor of philosophy (Microbiology and Immunology), Queen’s University
  • Doctor of veterinary medicine (Veterinary Medicine and Surgery), University of Guelph
  • Master of science (Veterinary Immunology and Infectious Diseases), University of Guelph
  • Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) Clinician Scientist Fellowship, Queen’s University
  • Fellowship (Clinical Microbiology), University of Toronto

Areas of expertise

  • One Health
  • Environmental microbiology
  • Pandemic influenza
  • Infectious diseases epidemiology
  • Zoonotic diseases 

PHO research interests

  • Water-borne pathogens
  • Zoonoses
  • Infectious diseases
  • Epidemiology
  • Influenza
  • Health policy

Current PHO research activities

  • Investigating the linkage between laboratory and epidemiologic surveillance as an early alert for influenza activity using self-testing results from callers to Telehealth.
  • Investigating the implications of both testing and consumption related to metagenomics of drinking well water in Ontario.
  • Examining drinking well water quality in Ontario via a geospatial, clinical and statistical analysis of contamination.
  • Investigating the prevalence of Shiga toxin-producing Escherichia coli (STEC) in private drinking waters to inform risk and public health interventions.

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