Clarke Cole holds an MSc in International Health Policy from the London School of Economics, where she completed her dissertation on transparency in the pharmaceutical industry. She completed a Bachelor of Health Sciences (Hons.) from McMaster University with a specialisation in global health.
Clarke has conducted research for organisations including LSE Health, the Global Strategy Lab @ University of Ottawa and the Centre for Ethical, Social, and Cultural Risk, Toronto. Her research has focused in areas such as global health governance, global health ethics and access to medicines. She currently sits on the Student and Young Professionals Committee of the Canadian Coalition for Global Health Research, where she contributes to the organisation’s research and capacity building efforts.