Robyn Rowe

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Ms Robyn Rowe

Member since: 19 March 2018
Professional title: 
Student
Primary Domain/Field of Expertise (Other): 
Indigenous Health Research and Indigenous Data Sovereignty
Other (professional title): 
Indigenous Health Research and PhD Candidate
Organization name: 
Laurentian University
Organization type: 
Academia/Research
City: 
Sudbury
Country: 
Canada

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Robyn Rowe is a First Nations woman and member of Matachewan First Nation. Robyn’s maternal family’s traditional territory is called Friday’s Point and is on Lake Temagami in Northeastern, Ontario. Robyn is an Indigenous health researcher, a PhD candidate in the school of rural and northern health at Laurentian University, and a sessional professor in the school of Indigenous relations. Robyn’s PhD work is about the influence of Indigenous data sovereignty and governance movements around the world and exploring the path forward for Canada. Robyn is passionate about community-led research approaches that adhere to the individual health priorities of Indigenous communities and organizations.

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