Garielle holds a BSc in Natural Sciences and an MA in Biological Anthropology from the University of Calgary. Her research interests include global health, maternal & child health, refugee health, physician health, and medical education both in the Canadian context and globally. Garielle’s thesis work focused on children’s health in the Jinotega region of Nicaragua where she used a blend of anthropological and biological methodologies to assess gut function and nutritional status in children under two years of age. Garielle strives to blend traditional health research methodologies and frameworks with anthropological ones, and believes that both disciplines have a lot to learn from each other. At W21C, Garielle supports the Well Doc Alberta program as their Evaluation and Measures Specialist, evaluating the Well Doc Alberta program itself, its educational materials, and physician health across the Province.