Research Assistant, Global Health Foresighting
Jenane Jeyaseelan is a fourth year student in Psychology at York University. She has worked as a Volunteer Assistant in the work/study program at the Science Engagement Programs, which inspires youth to become interested in the fields of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM). In 2019-20, she volunteered as an Abnormal Psychology Course Representative for Calumet College, where she was responsible for providing external resources and help to her peers.
|Global Health & Humanitarianism, Global Health Foresighting|
|Critical Problem-Solving, Infectious Disease|
COVID-19 Global Health & Humanitarianism Portal | Project, Research
Trainee Program: 2019-2020 Year In Review | 7 July 2020
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