Victoria Nadalin is a quantitative research analyst at the Institute for Work & Health, skilled in health research and manuscript preparation.
She joined the Institute in 2018 to support Dr. Peter Smith on a project examining occupational health and safety vulnerability in three Canadian provinces. She is currently working with Dr. Cameron Mustard on the Ontario Life After Work Injury Study looking at the health and labour market outcomes of workers’ compensation claimants 18 months after their work-related injury or illness. Nadalin is also a coordinator with the XXII World Congress on Safety and Health at Work.
Nadalin holds a master's in human development studies from Laurentian University, and a professional certificate in Knowledge Translation from the SickKids Learning Institute. Prior to joining the Institute, Nadalin worked in cancer prevention research at Cancer Care Ontario.