Dr. Miriam Abdelmalek possess a Ph.D. and a Master degree in Basic Medical Sciences with over 12 years extensive experience in research highlighted with a publication record in international Journals and Conferences. Currently she is a research volunteer at C-UHS, Li Ka Shing, St. Michael’s Hospital. She is also participating as a research assistant volunteer in Ryerson University working on Systematic Review. In 2018 she was a student in the ITMDs Bridging Program, a public health program, at Chang School of Continuing Education, Ryerson University in which she is given the fundamentals of health research methodology, project management, health informatics, data analysis and communication and leadership skills. As a researcher in the Faculty of Medicine, University of Alexandria her main concern was global health in general and maternal and child health in particular, so she conducted research in community based applied issues as the effect of widely used Pesticides and different types of heavy metals as Lead, Arsenic, Aluminium and Mercury on then pregnant mother and developing fetus. She worked also physician assistant in a medical center in Ontario were she was exposed to the Canadian Healthcare system. As a Lecturer of Basic Medical Sciences in the University of Alexandria, she taught the curriculum to multinational students both in English and French. Previously she was assistant lecturer and demonstrator which gave her the opportunity to work among professors either internal or external stakeholders.