Sheila joined OCRC after completing her Master’s degree in occupational and environmental hygiene at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver. While at UBC, she completed projects on exposure assessments, risk assessments, and hazard identification and analysis.
She is currently working on a variety of exposure assessment projects at OCRC looking at asbestos exposure, diesel exhaust exposure, antineoplastic drugs exposure and other contaminants.
- M.S. (Environmental Science & Engineering), Clarkson University (2008)
- M.Sc. (Occupational & Environmental Hygiene), University of British Columbia (2013)
- Diesel Engine Exhaust Exposure in the Ontario Construction Industry
- Occupational exposure in Ontario nail salons
- Investigation of exposure to flame retardants among electronic waste recycling workers
- Diesel exhaust exposure in Ontario fire halls
- Asbestos exposure in schools
- Exposure to antineoplastic drugs among Ontario’s healthcare settings