Anushree Dave has a bachelor of health sciences from Western University and is currently completing a master of science in experimental medicine (with a concentration in bioethics) at McGill University. Anushree worked under a Canadian Institutes of Health Research–funded grant for her work on disaster research ethics. Her thesis is focused on ethical transparency in disaster literature.
Prior to attending McGill, Anushree worked at a Toronto-based CRO as a recruiter for United States– and Europe-based companies including GlaxoSmithKline, Merck and Johnson & Johnson. In this role, she also led central recruitment and marketing for multi-site clinical trials across Ontario.
Most recently, Anushree worked on a project with the World Health Organization in Geneva, collaborating with researchers from the University of Oxford. She was awarded the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Scholarship in Global Health for her project with the Bureau of Health Information in Sydney, Australia.
Anushree grew up in Oakville, Ontario, though she spent her early childhood moving between Toronto, India and the United Kingdom.