Emily McIntosh is an experienced and motivated health scientist dedicated to reducing healthcare disparities. With over a decade of research experience and strong leadership skills, McIntosh is committed to bringing research to life through knowledge mobilization and translation.
McIntosh earned a Ph.D. and M.Sc. in Human Health and Nutritional Sciences (Biomechanics) and a Bachelor's degree in Human Kinetics, all from the University of Guelph. She has held various roles in academia and research, including research associate at Intellijoint Surgical Inc., independent medical science consultant at Medherd, and faculty advisor for senior independent research study in Kinesiology at the University of Guelph-Humber. McIntosh has also worked as an undergraduate teaching assistant at the University of Guelph and an international research fellow at the University of Oregon.
In addition, McIntosh has served as a coursework Master's Graduate Program Student Support Assistant at the University of Guelph and as a recreation therapist at Schlegel Villages. Her well-rounded experiences have honed her communication and problem-solving skills, making her a valuable asset in any professional setting.