Dr. Celeste Pang is a sociocultural and medical anthropologist and an Assistant Professor in Women’s and Gender Studies at Mount Royal University in Calgary. Dr. Pang’s research focuses on issues of health and healthcare access at the intersections of gender, sexuality, disability, and aging. She completed her PhD and a postdoctoral fellowship in the Department of Anthropology at the University of Toronto, where her research examined 2SLGBTQ+ aging and long-term care, and issues of capacity, consent, and substitute decision-making among people living with dementia who are “going it alone.”

From 2020-2023, Dr. Pang was a senior researcher at a national non-profit organization where she led a national research portfolio focused on 2SLGBTQI+ aging, health, and housing issues and completed multiple funded research and knowledge mobilization projects. She co-authored the Future Us: Roadmap to Elder Abuse Prevention (led by the CNPEA) and has led research and community conversations related to LGBTQ+ communities and elder abuse.

Website: https://celestepang.ca/


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