As a former product and digital health strategist, and an MD student, Ellison offers market insights and strategy in e-health and telehealth. He brings to our team his experience in public health research, project coordination, business planning and development, and digital health.
In supporting our research team, Ellison provides thorough data analysis, with experience in the fields of non-clinical research in HIV and other STBBIs, harm reduction, and urban health issues, including housing, employment, addiction, and mental health. He values and facilitates collaboration between diverse participants—including patients, managers, frontline staff, health authority leadership, community organizations, and external stakeholders—in addressing common problems.
Motivated to improve health for all, Ellison is especially passionate about healthy built environments, Indigenous health, health education, HIV programming, harm reduction, health equity, and working with underserved populations.
Ellison holds a BSc in Physiology and Developmental Biology from the University of Alberta, and a Master of Public Health in Epidemiology, Global Health from the University of British Columbia. He is currently in the third year of his Doctor of Medicine at the University of British Columbia.