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About Lloy Wylie

Lloy Wylie is an Assistant Professor in the Schulich Interfaculty Program in Public Health appointed to Psychiatry, Pathology with a cross appointment to Anthropology at Western University. Her research interests are health systems and health services with an equity lens and community participatory research. Her current research is focusing on Aboriginal, immigrant and refugee health drawing on cultural safety as a framework for health systems improvements. 


Present Assistant Professor, Western University Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine
Present Assistant Professor, Western University Global Health Equity

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Honors and Awards

  • RBC Centre for At Risk Children and Families. Javeed Sukhera, Lloy Wylie, Nancy Waldrop, Rita van Meyel. 2014-2024. ($1,200,000).
  • THE AMS PHOENIX PROJECT: Call to Caring Project Grants. FELLOWSHIP AWARD “Engaging for Change: Coordinated Strategies for Improving Health Services for Aboriginal Peoples” September 2014 – August 2015 ($25,000).
  • Western Seed Grant: Culturally Based Programming to Promote the Emotional, Spiritual, Physical and Mental Health of Indigenous Youth. 2014 ($24,747)
  • CIHR – Policy Workshop Grant: First Nations Health Governance in BC
  • Principal Investigator: John O’Neil, Joe Gallagher, Co-Investigators: Lloy Wylie, Josée Lavoie. 2013 - 2015 ($150,000)
  • CIHR Planning Grant: Aboriginal Cancer Care. Principal Investigator: First Nations Health Authority, Co-Investigators: Lloy Wylie, Nadine Caron. 2014 – 2016 ($25,000)


  • Community Health Assessments and Program Evaluation
  • Managing Health Services

Recent Works (1)

Research Works (4)