Kerri Delaney (she/they) is a Postdoctoral Fellow in Knowledge Translation at the Gilles Arcand Centre for Health Equity. Their research focuses on implementation science and supporting knowledge mobilization for socially accountable health systems. With a background in basic science, Kerri completed their PhD at Concordia University in Montreal, Quebec, investigating the impact of sex and regional fat tissue characteristics in individuals living with obesity and type 2 diabetes. Kerri also has affiliations with the Department of Family Medicine at Dalhousie University and with Obesity Canada.
After years spent travelling around Canada and the world, Kerri now considers Northern Ontario home. They love spending time along the shores of Lake Superior with their wife and two dogs, hiking, camping, and, of course, playing fetch!
Postdoctoral Fellow in Knowledge Translation, NOSM U - 2024-current
Research Associate, Dalhousie University - 2023-current
PhD Pure Science, Concordia University - 2023
BSc Kinesiology Minor in Human Nutrition, University of Waterloo - 2013