20140713_195908Dylan G. Clark, M.Sc., EMT-P
Program Manager
Climate Change Adaptation Research Group
McGill University
805 rue Sherbrooke O. room 705
Montreal, QC, H3A 0B9
Office: (514) 398-7456





I am interested in emergency medicine, and social and environmental determinants of health – particularly in resource low locations. I enjoy the balance of working as a critical care paramedic where impacts are often immediate, and public health research where I am able explore how our context influences vulnerability to injury and our health. I am a Program Manager for the Climate Change Adaptation Group at McGill University, leading Arctic search and rescue and emergency preparedness research.

During spare time, I enjoy mountaineering and alpine skiing. When possible, I incorporate passions for writing, photography, frostbite, and malaria into my work.

Follow me on twitter @dylanG_Clark

View my resume here


Photography Published

Arctic Deeply, August 2017

National Geographic, October 2016

Friends of the Earth, November 2016

Government of Canada, Canada’s Marine Coast in a Changing Climate, September 2016

Nature and Climate Change, April 2016

Nunatsiaq News, April 2016

CBC North, April 2016

CBC, January 2016

Canadian Geographic, January 2016

Ames Tribune, January 2016

Center for Sustainable Rural Livelihoods (Book), October 2014


News Articles

Arctic Deeply – Researchers explore use of UAVs for search and rescue

National Geographic – Arctic Search and Rescue and Climate Change

Arctic Deeply – Risk on the Land and Climate Change

CBC – New research confirms link between environment and SAR

McGill University – Paper Published on Search and Rescue in the Arctic

CBC – Land Safety Course in Nunavut

Nunatsiaq News – Search and Rescue Research in Nunavut

Ames Tribune – Climate Change and Dylan’s work in the North

Medium – Building Safety and Resilience in the Arctic

Des Moines WHO TV – Iowa State University undergraduates present climate change research

Iowa State University – Two Iowa State seniors present at ESA