Dr. Snider has garnered over $1.5 million in research grants as a principal investigator. She is working with community experts to design a program at St. Michael’s Hospital that will help individuals in the hours, days, months and years following their injury from violence. She developed a similar initiative while at Health Sciences Centre Winnipeg, which attempts to break the cycle of violence for young people by pairing them with a support worker in the ED while being treated for their injuries. She is also leading an ED Outreach Worker program for those experiencing homelessness.
Dr. Snider is a scientist with MAP Centre for Urban Health Solutions in the Li Ka Shing Knowledge Institute of St. Michael’s Hospital, and an associate professor in the Department of Medicine at University of Toronto. She holds degrees in business, science, medicine and public health and has been recognized through multiple awards as a leader, teacher, researcher, mentor and physician advocate.