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Dr. Eve Dubé, Network  Lead, Social Sciences and  Humanities Network   Dr. Eve Dubé is a member of the  Scientific Group on Immunization     at the Québec National Institute  of Public Health, a researcher at  the Research Center of the CHU- Québec, and an adjoint professor in  the Social and Preventive Medicine  Department and Anthropology  Department of Université Laval.  Her research focuses on the    eld surrounding  socio-cultural fi i

                                              Dr. Karina Top, Network Lead,  Special Immunization Clinics   Network  Dr. Karina Top is an Assistant  Professor of Pediatrics and  Community Health & Epidemiology  at Dalhousie University and  Investigator at the Canadian Center  for Vaccinology. Her primary  research focus is vaccine safety,  clinical management of patients  who have experienced AEFI, and  vaccine safety and effectiveness in  immunocompromised patients.

                                              Dr. Melissa Andrew, Network  Co-Lead, Serious Outcomes  Surveillance Network  Dr. Melissa Andrew is Associate  Professor of Medicine and consul- tant in Geriatric Medicine at Dal- housie University in Halifax, Nova  Scotia, Canada. She completed her  MD as well as residency training  in Internal Medicine and Geriatrics  at Dalhousie University. She did  a Masters of Public Health at the  London School of Hygiene and  Tropical Medicine on

                                              Dr. Shelly McNeil, Network  Co-Lead, Serious Outcomes  Surveillance Network  Dr. Shelly McNeil a Clinical  Research Scholar, Dalhousie  University and Chief, Division  Infectious Diseases at the Nova  Scotia Health Authority. She is  also the Deputy Director of the  Canadian Center for Vaccinology.  Her research focuses on  immunization policy, evaluation  of the epidemiology of vaccine- preventable diseases in adults with  a focus on the
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