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JP Singh's Story

What does being a clinician–scientist enable you to do that being only either a doctor or a researcher doesn’t? Well, we may be left, in an age when it seems technology is advancing by leaps and bounds and when we can Google the answers to any question that comes to mind, with the impression that medical research, too, is progressing steadily and evenly. But in fact there are huge gaps between the level of information available about one health issue to the next.

Arlanna Pugh's Story

Arlanna Pugh has always had a strong interest in science, and in learning how we can change the way we view and understand the world through experiments and research.  She carried these interests throughout high school along with her natural curiosity about human anatomy and physiology, disease, and how the various social determinants of health influence health and wellness.

Jonathan Kwong's Story

Having been a Concurrent Education student at Queen’s University, Jonathan Kwong has always been passionate about child health and research involving the school environment. The MSc in Epidemiology program at Queen’s has given him the tools to answer the research questions that are most important to him.

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