Chloe is a Senior Portfolio Manager with the Development Innovation programs team at Grand Challenges Canada.
Chloe was previously a research scientist with the Sandra Rotman Centre for Global Health at the Toronto General Hospital Research Institute and the University Health Network in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Her research focuses on infectious disease in pregnancy and children under-five, with a primary focus on malaria and the host response.
Chloe has an MSc from the Queen’s University, Centre for Neuroscience Studies and a PhD from the University of Toronto, Institute of Medical Science, and was a CIHR-funded postdoctoral fellow at the Harvard T. H. Chan School of Public Health. She has extensive research experience in maternal and child health and an interdisciplinary background in a wide range of fields including neuroscience, biostatistics, immunology, reproductive and developmental biology, public health, infectious disease, and nutrition.