Harriet Hui is a Senior Research Assistant for the Mathematical Modelling Stream, providing research administrative support to the Stream and Hub 4. Harriet holds a master’s degree in public health and has a strong interest in global health, in particular health systems challenges within low-and-middle income countries and health inequities amongst different population groups.
Harriet is also currently the Secretariat for the International Partnership for Resilience in Cancer Systems (iparcs.org). With over 300 members, I-PaRCS is a joint collaboration between the DC and esteemed institutions including the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC), Canadian Partnership Against Cancer (CPAC) and the International Cancer Screening Network (ICSN). Together, they work towards providing evidence-based guidance to researchers, advocates and policymakers, to support the strengthening of health systems around the globe. Harriet ensures the smooth functioning within the Partnership, providing central coordination and effective communication amongst the Steering Committee, collaborative research teams, as well as consortium members.
With her interest in global health, systematic reviews and qualitative research, Harriet has also been actively involved in various research projects including: the Cancer, Covid-19+You Research Project, which sought to understanding people’s (including the vulnerable populations) experiences of cancer care during the Covid-19 pandemic; the International Cancer Benchmarking Partnership (ICBP) commissioned project, which investigates Covid-19 relate disruptions to cancer services and policies within various jurisdictions; and the Covid-19 and Cancer Systematic Reviews.