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Dr. Natalie Riediger is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Food and Human Nutritional Sciences and CIHR Early Career Investigator (2018-2021). She completed her PhD in the Department of Community Health Sciences, University of Manitoba in February 2015 earning the Governor General’s Gold Medal. Dr. Riediger’s research areas of interest include food and nutrition policy, food security, social nutritional epidemiology, Indigenous health, and health equity. She utilizes a variety of research methods, including community-based participatory approaches, qualitative-, quantitative-, and mixed-methods. Specifically, Dr. Riediger conducts analysis of Statistics Canada datasets (Canadian Community Health Survey, Canadian Health Measures Survey), and linked USDA health and food systems data.
2015 PhD University of Manitoba, Community Health Sciences
2008 MSc University of Manitoba, Human Nutritional Sciences
2006 BSc University of Manitoba, Human Nutritional Sciences
2018 CIHR Early Career Investigator
2015 Governor General’s Award
2014 E.L. Drewry Memorial Award