Gemma Woticky is a research assistant at the Institute of Work and Health.
Woticky’s research interests include chronic disability and the workplace, co-worker communication and meaningful employment and its impact on health outcomes, and qualitative research methodologies. She is currently supporting Dr. Monique Gignac and her partnership project, Accommodating and Communicating about Episodic Disabilities (ACED).
Woticky is also a PhD student in the Social & Behavioural Health Sciences Division at the University of Toronto’s Dalla Lana School of Public Health, and a recipient in 2020 of a three-year Frederick Banting and Charles Best Graduate Scholarship from Canadian Institutes for Health Research. She holds a master’s of public health (MPH) and has experience working in community organizations that support people with disabilities.