Megan Racey

Megan Racey, PhD.

McMaster University

2019 Interdisciplinary Frailty Fellow- Clinical Practice Guidelines

Supervisor: Dr. Diana Sherifali

Dr. Megan Racey has a diverse and interdisciplinary research background that focuses on knowledge mobilization and its impact on sharing research in the field of human health. Her graduate work has spanned both adolescent and older adult populations. Dr. Racey completed her PhD at the University of Guelph in the department of Human Health and Nutritional Sciences where she used a mixed-methods approach to develop, implement, and evaluate knowledge communication strategies regarding dairy products as foods for health to adolescents. Dr. Racey continues to be involved in various community-engagement and experiential learning activities related to nutrition and health.