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Daniel Fong—MPH, BSc, BTech, CPHI(C)

Environmental Health and Knowledge Translation Scientist

At the NCCEH, Daniel aims to enhance the use of partnerships to support the use of evidence-informed practice and policy.   He has worked on a wide range of projects including those related to food safety, personal service establishments, bed bugs, mould, antimicrobial agents, and carbon monoxide.  Working with stakeholders from multiple disciplines has enriched his interests in understanding how evidence can be used to support a response to complex public health issues. Through the NCCEH, Daniel hopes to respond to the gaps in public health knowledge by identifying and making use of collaborative opportunities to facilitate knowledge translation. 

Daniel has a background built around public health (MPH), microbiology and immunology (BSc), and environmental health (BTech), having graduated from the University of British Columbia and the British Columbia Institute of Technology. He is also certified in public health inspection with the Canadian Institute of Public Health Inspectors (CIPHI) and is active on the CIPHI BC Branch Executive Council.