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Allyson D. Backstrom

Director, Pre-Med Program

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Background Information

Employment History

Director, George E. Schreiner '43, MD Pre-Medical Center

Canisius College


Associate Dean of the University, Professor of Chemistry

Midland Lutheran College


Affiliations

NEAAHP

Treasurer


Education

bachelors degree

chemistry

Upsala College


doctorate degree

Cornell University


masters Degree

Cornell University


Web References(8 Total References)


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Having a doctor is not the most important thing to our health. ... Most of our health is due to all of these social determinants of health. Allyson Backstrom, director, Canisius College pre-med program
Having a doctor is not the most important thing to our health. ... Most of our health is due to all of these social determinants of health. Allyson Backstrom, director, Canisius College pre-med program Sharon Cantillon/Buffalo News Having a doctor is not the most important thing to our health. ... Most of our health is due to all of these social determinants of health. Allyson Backstrom, director, Canisius College pre-med program Allyson Backstrom grew up in Shelley, Idaho Home of the Russet Potato, where King Spud was the high school mascot and spent most of her working life in Omaha, Neb., before she moved to Buffalo four years ago. Several elements of life in this resurgent city struck Backstrom from the start. The architectural gems. Landscapes that include the waterfront and nearby Niagara Falls. The talented students in the Canisius College pre-med program she came to direct. The scope of poverty in the city has struck her more and more, particularly in her role as a member of the Community Health Worker Network of Buffalo Academic Advisory Council. In Buffalo, even though we have a renaissance going on, we have huge health disparities, she said, and I think its something weve got to take a look at. Backstrom, 47, holds a bachelors degree in chemistry from Upsala College in East Orange, N.J., and masters and doctorate degrees in the same subject from Cornell University. She also teaches chemistry at Canisius. She looks to enjoy whats best about the region as she helps put a Jesuit-school imprint on some of the people, places and challenges that matter here. She and the Canisius Center for Professional Development decided to do so, in part, by teaming up to train and certify community health workers. On the Web: Read more about Allyson Backstrom at refresh.buffalonews.com.


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Email Allyson Backstrom, NEAAHP Treasurer


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Allyson Backstrom, Canisius College


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Treasurer


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Dr. Allyson Backstrom, Midland Lutheran College


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