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Michael Reaume's Story

Michael Reaume was born and raised in Ottawa, and graduated from McGill University in 2016.

He developed an interest in medical research after he had the opportunity to work with the Ottawa Stroke Program as a summer student after his first year of university. His main responsibility was to perform a meta-analysis of studies related to the use of dynamic imaging in predicting clinical outcomes following intracerebral hemorrhage.

Laura Holder's Story

Laura Holder, a former MSc biostatistics student, has always been interested in public health research and statistics, and she wanted to find a graduate program that combined these two disciplines. For Laura, the Biostatistics Program in the Department of Public Health Sciences seemed like the best fit, since biostatistics can be applied to an immense range of topics and projects.

Lauren Paul's Story

Lauren Paul had always enjoyed math and statistics as far back as high school, when a grade-12 data-management course triggered her interest in data analysis and interpretation.  She originally planned to study a financial application of statistics, with a view to becoming an actuary, so she chose statistics as her major and economics as her minor when she began her undergraduate career here at Queen’s.