Garnet Lau, MSc, MSc(A), RN
Breast & Bone Health Program Manager
Prior to obtaining her Master of Science from the Ingram School of Nursing at McGill University, Garnet Lau completed nearly 5 years of graduate studies in basic sciences, including a M.Sc. in Biochemistry from the University of Toronto. After a period of careful consideration that included job shadowing and a research assistant position with Dr. Loiselle, Garnet decided to embark on a career in nursing. Under Dr. Loiselle’s mentorship, she was fortunate to be a fellow in the Canadian Institutes of Health Research Psychosocial Oncology Research Training (CIHR/PORT) Program. Garnet’s Master's project explored the use of e-health in oncology nursing. She is currently the Program Manager and Nurse Clinician for the Breast & Bone Health Program at Hope & Cope and the Segal Cancer Centre at the Jewish General Hospital. In this program, she is developing and delivering evidence-based tools that enable health care professionals and empower women to manage bone health during and after treatment for breast cancer.