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Naseeb Bolduc

Master's student

School of Population and Public Health

University of British Columbia

Gender, Society, and Health

Naseeb is an MSc student at the UBC School of Population and Public Health. She previously completed an honours degree in philosophy at UBC, and is interested in questions related to values, justice, and health found at the intersection of public health and philosophy. Her thesis examines different perceptions of healthcare equity in the context of cancer care funding in British Columbia. She is currently assisting with the SSHRC Insight project “Distinct Concepts of Diversity and their Ethical-Epistemic Implications for Science”, lead by Dr. Daniel Steel at the W. Maurice Young Centre for Applied Ethics at UBC. 

Area of Research Expertise
Public health; Philosophy; Healthcare equity; Cancer