Rob Beever, BSc (Hons), MEd Data Analyst
Rob provides support on numerous research initiatives of RaDAR Investigators including creating databases for analysis, data cleaning, and providing input for posters, papers, and presentations.
Allison Cammer, BSc, BA, MSc, RD Professional Research Associate
Allison Cammer is a registered dietitian with a M.Sc. in Community Health and Epidemiology. Allison is a Professional Research Associate at CCHSA working on various research projects on rural health and providing clinical counseling at the RRMC. She has worked at CCHSA since 2002.
Valerie Elliot, BA (Hons), MPH Research Officer
In April 2017 Valerie joined the Rural Dementia Action Research (RaDAR) team where she continues with her present work as a Research Officer.
Lynette Epp, BA (Hons) Research Clerk
Lynette is responsible for data entry for the Rural and Remote Memory Clinic.
Leslie Holfeld, RN, BScN Research Nurse
Leslie Holfeld is a Research Nurse who has worked at the Canadian Centre for Health and Safety Agriculture since 1996. She has assisted with various research projects related to respiratory health and dementia. She has been the nurse coordinator for the Rural and Remote Memory Clinic since its inception.
Chandima Karunanayake, PhD, PStat Professional Research Associate, Biostatistician
Chandima is a Biostatistician and works at the Canadian Centre for Health and Safety in Agriculture as a Professional Research Associate. She is mainly involved with Saskatchewan Rural Health Study (SRHS) conducted by the Centre and assists with statistical analysis and manuscript preparation for several research groups. She is involved with the RaDAR data team, ICAARE (Institute for Child and Adolescent Arthritis Research) team, SRHS team, and Endotoxin and Lung Research team.
Rhonda Loeppky, BScPT, Dip. in Man. & Manip. Therapy Physiotherapist
Rhonda joined the clinic team in 2012 and is one of two physiotherapists who assess patients on clinic day.
Duane Minish, BA Research Officer, Psychometrist
Duane is a research officer with Debra Morgan and provides support for a number of RaDAR projects including coordinating the annual Summit of the Knowledge Network in Rural and Remote Dementia Care. He is also the Rural and Remote Memory Clinic psychometrist and administers the standardized battery of tests to clinic patients. He works closely with the clinic neuropsychologist and students.
Jennifer Fairbairn, BScPT Physiotherapist
Jennifer joined the team in 2019. She is one of two physical therapists who assess clients at the Rural and remote memory clinic. She also works as a part time PT with Community Services in Saskatoon. She has practiced physical therapy since graduating from the University of Saskatchewan in 1995.