Fellowship, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health
PhD, University of Toronto
BSc, The University of Western Ontario
The research program of Dr. Ley focuses on developing strategies to prevent and manage chronic diseases and investigating earlier life risk factors for diabetes and cardiovascular disease over the life-course. She has completed her doctoral study in maternal and infant nutrition and clinical epidemiology at University Toronto and postdoctoral training at Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health working with large-scale cohort studies using classical epidemiologic methods. She has high-impact peer-reviewed publications, which can be found at the below link, and presents her groundbreaking research at international events. She currently leads research projects on life-course and omics approaches to chronic disease prevention and on COVID-19 and maternal and infant health.
View Dr. Ley's publications at her NCBI profile page.
Dr. Ley's Google Scholar page.