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Teaching & Training


Dr. Karen Phillips teaches in the interdisciplinary Honours Bachelor of Health Sciences (HSS) program at the University of Ottawa.

Typically she teaches Pathophysiology of Health Problems (HSS3305), balancing teaching with her administrative role in the Faculty of Health Sciences .

Dr. Phillips also accepts junior undergraduate research trainees as volunteers, or as UROP (Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program) students. Senior undergraduate students are encouraged to discuss HSS4900 or HSS4901- Research Project courses.


Dr. Phillips accepts graduate trainees at the MSc and PhD levels.

For more information about the MSc Interdisciplinary Health Sciences:

For more information about the PhD Population Health:

Research Interests
  • Infertility

  • Women's Health

  • Prenatal Health

  • Reproductive Biology

  • Sexual & Reproductive Health Promotion

  • Risk Perception

  • Endocrine Disrupters

  • Environmental Health

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