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Name: Nadia Gonzalez Dominguez (they/them)

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Position: Research Analytical Coordinator


Nadia is currently a research analytical coordinator in DEPRESSD, which they joined in April 2022 as an intern. They received a Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Engineering from the Monterrey Institute of Technology and Superior Studies (ITESM) in 2018 in Guadalajara, Mexico, and a Master of Science in Public Health at McGill University in 2023. Nadia started their research experience in the field of neuroscience and data analysis at the University of Guadalajara and as a MITACS research intern in Carleton University. They then worked for two years in the medical device manufacturing industry before starting their graduate studies. Their research interests include mental health epidemiology, social epidemiology, transformative approaches to research, and health equity.


- Graduate Excellence Award. McGill University, 2021.

- CONACYT-FUNED Scholarship Fellow. National Commission for Science and Technology, 2021.

- Academic Excellence Award. Monterrey Institute of Technology and Superior Studies, Guadalajara campus, 2014.


- Núñez-Ochoa, M.A., Chiprés-Tinajero, G.A., González-Domínguez, N.P. et al. Causal relationship of CA3 back-projection to the dentate gyrus and its role in CA1 fast ripple generation. BMC Neurosci 22, 37 (2021). 00641-4.

- Banerjee, A.T., Bandara, S., Senga, J., González-Domínguez, N.P. & Pai, M. (2023). Are we training our students to be white saviors in global health?. The Lancet, 402(10401), 520-521. doi: 10.1016/S0140-6736(23)01629-X.

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