Sabrina Imam is a research associate at the Institute for Work & Health.
Imam joined the Institute in 2015 to work on a project with Dr. Ben Amick and Dr. Sheilah Hogg-Johnson examining occupational health and safety practices in Ontario’s construction sector. She is currently involved in participant recruitment and data collection for a project led by Dr. Ben Amick focusing on safety and health in the construction industry in Manitoba.
Imam holds an MSc in applied health sciences (specialization in epidemiology) from Brock University, focusing on the relationship between socioeconomic status and bone health among adolescent females in southern Ontario. She also has an honours BSc in biochemistry and a BA in psychology from McMaster University.