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Catherine Hogan

Dr. Catherine Hogan is a full time Medical Microbiologist at the BCCDC Public Health Laboratory.

Research

Dr. Hogan's main research area is the development and evaluation of infectious diseases diagnostics, with a focus on metabolomics. She is also interested in evaluating novel technologies for clinical application, repurposing of cost-effective diagnostic approaches and clinical and public health impact of these approaches.

Bio

Dr. Hogan holds a M.D.,C.M. degree from McGill University (2011), and a Master's degree in epidemiology from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (2013), where she worked on the early epidemiology of HIV-1 transmission in Central Africa. She completed infectious diseases training (2017) at McGill University, medical microbiology fellowship at Stanford University (2018) and a global health diagnostics fellowship at Stanford University (2020). She also serves as an Associate Editor for the Journal of Clinical Virology (2020-).

Publications


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