* RIIGHT: Research in Infection, Immunity & Global Health Trainees

In today’s competitive job market, trainees need to be well-rounded and versatile in order to standout among competitors. Our IDIGH Program offer opportunities to our graduate students and post-doctoral fellows to develop skills in leadership, event planning, fundraising and event marketing to enrich their training experience and to expand expertise.

Our IDIGH Program Trainee Committee is in charge or actively involved in the following:

Co-presidents of the Research Day:

  • Lauren Nagel
  • Tho-Alfakar Al-Aubodah

Organizers of the Work in Progress:

  • Fernando Alvarez
  • Harry Yang

VP External:

  • Sydney Ross
  • Aunonna Kabir

VP Social:

  • Naomi Bolastig
  • Céleste Pilon


  • Jean-Yves Dubé


  • Emily Maclean


  • Monica Elizabeth Dallmann Sauer

RI-MUHC representative

  • Raidan Alyazidi

Other members of the committee:

  • Sanket Kant
  • Fatima Hubaishi
  • Hanna Ostapska
  • Roman Istomine
Trainee committee co-presidents: Lauren Nagel and Tho-Alfakar Al-Aubodah

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Latest IDIGH Publications

  1. Mukherjee, M., Forero, D. F., Tran, S., Boulay, M.-E., Bertrand, M., Bhalla, A., Cherukat, J., Al-Hayyan, H., Ayoub, A., Revill, S. D., Javkar, T., Radford, K., Kjarsgaard, M., Huang, C., Dvorkin-Gheva, A., Ask, K., Olivenstein, R., Dendukuri, N., Lemiere, C., Boulet, L.-P., Martin, J. G. & Nair, P.
    Sub-optimal treatment response to anti-IL-5 monoclonal antibodies in severe eosinophilic asthmatics with airway autoimmune phenomena
    The European respiratory journal
  2. Lingscheid, T., Kurth, F., Stegemann, M. S., Clerinx, J., Calleri, G., Rothe, C., Angheben, A., Gobbi, F., Bisoffi, Z., Hamer, D. H., Libman, M., Hatz, C. & Zoller, T.
    Outpatient treatment of imported uncomplicated Plasmodium falciparum malaria: results from a survey among TropNet and GeoSentinel experts for tropical medicine
    Journal of travel medicine
  3. Ross, S. B., Wilson, M. G., Papillon-Ferland, L., Elsayed, S., Wu, P. E., Battu, K., Porter, S., Rashidi, B., Tamblyn, R., Pilote, L., Downar, J., Bonnici, A., Huang, A., Lee, T. C. & McDonald, E. G.
    COVID-SAFER: Deprescribing Guidance for Hydroxychloroquine Drug Interactions in Older Adults
    Journal of the American Geriatrics Society
  4. Zhao, K., Oualkacha, K., Lakhal-Chaieb, L., Labbe, A., Klein, K., Ciampi, A., Hudson, M., Colmegna, I., Pastinen, T., Zhang, T., Daley, D. & Greenwood, C. M. T.
    A novel statistical method for modeling covariate effects in bisulfite sequencing derived measures of DNA methylation
  5. Mendel, A., Bernatsky, S., Thorne, J. C., Lacaille, D., Johnson, S. R. & Vinet, É.
    Hydroxychloroquine shortages during the COVID-19 pandemic
    Annals of the rheumatic diseases
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