The Centre for Gender and Sexual Health Equity is a University of British Columbia and Simon Fraser University-affiliated academic centre that hosts a number of community-based and clinical research projects to reduce inequities in sexual health among marginalized and stigmatized populations, including street-involved populations, sex workers, sexual and gender minority populations (LGBTQ/2S+), Indigenous, racialized and im/migrant populations, and cis and trans women living with HIV. Our projects are grounded in community-based principles and locally operate out of a community/clinical research office in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside.
CGSHE currently includes more than 100 staff and trainees and hosts a large graduate cohort; a UBC FLEX MD student elective; a UBC fourth year undergraduate MD elective in Applied Sexual Health Research; a Migrant Health Field Course at the US-Mexico Border Region, co-hosted by Simon Fraser University and University of California – San Diego; MPH practicums; and interdisciplinary fellowships.
Undergraduate medical training
Graduate and Senior Undergraduate Training
Graduate and Postdoctoral Training
Current Graduate and Postgraduate Trainees
Get to know the postdoctoral fellows and graduate students on the CGSHE team.