The MUSE team consists of individuals from across Canada and beyond who are:
- researchers from various disciplines (including health, social and environment)
- knowledge users and collaborators from public health organizations (including Chief Medical Officers of Health of four Canadian cities), municipalities (including housing authorities and transportation, education, sport and leisure, and food sectors), not for profits and community organizations, charities and philanthropic organizations, and private businesses
Meet all MUSE Members
The Leadership Committee is chaired by Lise Gauvin and includes the other two co-Principal Investigators (PIs), Marie-France Raynault and Nazeem Muhajarine as well as the Chief Medical Officers of Health of the four cities under investigation: Richard Massé (Montreal), Cory Neudorf (Saskatoon), Eileen de Villa (Toronto), and Patty Daly (Vancouver). The Leadership Committee orients the MUSE research program and MUSE knowledge sharing activities and products.
The Executive Committee is composed of the three Principal Investigators (Lise Gauvin, Nazeem Muhajarine, and Marie-France Raynault) and the Coordination team. It operationalizes decisions made by the Leadership Committee, manages human resources, and budget.
MUSE Western Coordinator
Margot is the Western coordinator for MUSE. She has a Master’s in Community Health from the Université de Montréal and 5 years’ experience supporting research projects in the field.
MUSE Web Content Editor
Kristen is the website content editor for MUSE. After graduating from the School of Journalism at the University of Regina, she spent a few years in the newspaper journalism world. She later accepted a position as a Communications/Administrative Officer with the Saskatchewan Population Health and Evaluation Research Unit at the University of Saskatchewan in Saskatoon in 2016.
Phone number: 306-966-2250
Research Officer – Social Housing
Dominique holds a bachelor in translation, a certificate in communication, and a master’s degree in sociology. She has worked as a research officer in social sciences for 20 years, mainly in the fields of social services, social policies and health.