Sadia Jama, M.Sc

Sadia Jama is a Doctoral Candidate in Epidemiology at the University of Ottawa. Her research areas are health inequities, tobacco health disparities, and the impact of cannabis use on mental health. She is passionate about health justice and has over 10 years of experience as an organizer on housing and food security issues, working alongside racialized and lower-income communities in Ottawa, Canada. Her research is funded by several grants including the CIHR Fredrick Banting and Charles Best Doctoral Award.