Ashley Hayward

Ashley Hayward is a PhD candidate in Peace and Conflict Studies at the University of Manitoba and a 2020 Canada Institutes of Health Research funded Vanier Canada Graduate Scholar. Ashley is currently a trainee on the ‘She Walks with Me’ urban Indigenous doula project in partnership with Aboriginal Health and Wellness Centre of Winnipeg and […]

Francis Diaz

I am a first-year pediatrics resident at the University of Manitoba and I am excited to be participating in the ENRICH PILLAR program! It has been a privilege to be a part of research groups that have explored systems-based issues faced by different groups such as youth with chronic pain and individuals living with HIV. […]

Maria-Elena Lautatzis

Dr.Maria-Elena Lautatzis (MD, FRCPC, MSc) is a Pediatric Endocrinologist working at the Winnipeg Children’s Hospital who completed her pediatrics training at the University of Manitoba and her fellowship training at the Hospital for Sick Children. She obtained a MSc in Nutritional Sciences form the University of Toronto. She has a particular clinical and academic interest […]

Leslie Roos

Dr. Leslie E. Roos is a clinical psychologist and Assistant Professor at the University of Manitoba, with appointments in Psychology and Pediatrics. Through her work, she hopes to help families thrive through the prevention and early intervention of mental health challenges. Specific research streams include (1) Parent mental health: understanding parent priorities and cultivating supportive […]

Melanie Morris

Dr. Mélanie Morris, associate professor of surgery and pediatrics/child health, is the first Indigenous pediatric surgeon in Canada. Her contributions to the field include creating a minimally invasive program in pediatric urology. She has published research in pediatric surgery, urology, congenital illnesses and Indigenous health. Morris has developed pediatric surgery outreach clinics in Nunavut and […]