Eleni Galanis is a physician epidemiologist at BCCDC. She is also a clinical associate professor in the UBC School of Population & Public Health.
Dr. Galanis is currently working on communicable disease surveillance, control and prevention at BCCDC. Her interests include the epidemiology of foodborne and waterborne infections and outbreak investigation and surveillance methods.
Her recent work includes the investigation of the study of chronic sequelae of enteric infections, the impact of climate change on waterborne disease and the integrated surveillance of pathogens along the food chain.
Dr. Galanis obtained her medical degree from the Université de Sherbrooke in 1995 and a master of public health from Harvard University in 1998. She trained in family medicine and community medicine at the University of Toronto, and trained in field epidemiology.
She is a Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians of Canada and has worked at Health Canada and with the WHO Global Foodborne Infections Network.
- For a list of publications and citations, see PubMed.