- Community-based research
- Maternal health and motherhood
- Immigrant & refugee health
- Social determinants of health
- Community health science
Stacy Lockerbie earned her PhD in the Department of Anthropology at McMaster University in 2014. Her dissertation examines the subjective experiences of motherhood for women who became mothers through transnational adoption. Since then she has been working in community-based health research with vulnerable populations in Calgary. Her current position is a Post-Doctoral fellowship in the faculty of Nursing, working with Dr. Suzanne Goopy on Refugee and Newcomer Emotional Wellness (ReNEW). She is an avid cyclist, rock climber and a CBC aficionado. Stacy spent one year in China learning Mandarin at Beijing Foreign Studies University and she continues to study Mandarin at the Chinese Academy in Calgary to keep her skills sharp.