Dr. Sarah Gander is a native to New Brunswick who has settled in Saint John and is raising her family of two boys, Eddie and David with her husband Steve. Sarah started her practice as a pediatrician in 2008 after training in Newfoundland and Kingston, Ontario. She has a busy clinical practice and is the newly appointed Clinical Department Head of Pediatrics in Saint John. She is faculty at both Dalhousie University and Memorial University of Newfoundland and completed her Master of Education in 2016. In collaboration with other members of the department, she co-founded the New Brunswick Social Pediatrics Research Program and is very involved with numerous organizations in the community aiming to better the care of families and child, and to give all children a voice.
Sarah Campbell studied Biology and Applied Health Services Research at the University of New Brunswick and has a special interest in geographical analysis of health data. In her previous position as a Research Coordinator for the Maritime SPOR (Strategy for Patient-Oriented Research) Support Unit, Sarah helped to coordinate the set-up of a national, multi-site Oncology Study and supported numerous other projects and studies. Sarah‘s current work, as the Manager of the NB Social Pediatrics Research Program, is focused on developing, implementing and evaluating community-based interventions that address the needs of the entire family, especially in terms of the social determinants of health, and with the child at the centre.