School of Public Health & Health Studies, University of Waterloo

Narveen Jandu, PhD, MPH is a faculty member with the School of Public Health and Health Studies (SPHHS) at the University of Waterloo. As a biomedical researcher, Dr. Jandu’s research has focused on studying the cellular mechanisms and pathophysiological consequences of infectious diseases. More recently, her work has taken on a multi-disciplinary approach by incorporating public health prevention of infection diseases through immunizations, health & hygiene, behaviours & decisions, as well as access & knowledge through health promotion. At U. Waterloo, she is involved with courses on the biomedical determinants of health. Within these courses Dr. Jandu integrates her pedagogy training from her time as a fellow at Harvard Medical School. Narveen’s doctoral training is from the Institute of Medical Science at the University of Toronto. She also completed her MPH with the University of Waterloo, a Master of Science degree with the Faculty of Medical Science at McMaster University and a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology, with Honours, from Wilfrid Laurier University.

Experience

  • 2018–2020
    Assistant Professor, University of Waterloo
  • 2016–2018
    Assistant Professor, Gannon University
  • 2013–2016
    Assistant Professor, Ashland University