Sabrina Imam is a research associate at the Institute for Work & Health, which she joined in 2015.
In this role, Imam has provided support to various projects at the Institute, which ranged from examining health and safety practices in the construction sector to the prevention and management of post-traumatic stress injuries and other mental health conditions in paramedic service organizations, the development of an indicator framework in relation to culture change towards accessibility and inclusion of persons with disabilities, knowledge gaps about skills of persons with disabilities, and the relative effectiveness of different training modalities in OHS education.
From early 2019 to early 2023, Imam supported the research, website management, digital tool development, communications, webinar series coordination, development of CRWDP E-Alerts and financial activities of the Centre for Research on Work Disability Policy (CRWDP) National Office. She also provided support to the Disability and Work in Canada initiative, in which CRWDP plays an instrumental role.
Imam holds an MSc in applied health sciences (specialization in epidemiology) from Brock University, as well as an honours BSc in biochemistry and a BA in psychology from McMaster University.