Student Life Events at St. George
Jan 20, 2021 04:30 PM
to 06:00 PM
Registration Deadline: Jan 20, 2021 12:00 AM
Calling all U of T students and recent graduates. Are you interested in exploring research opportunities?
Join us for an afternoon of conversations with professionals working in the field of research. Through this panel discussion, you will have the opportunity to ask questions, learn about careers in this field, and gain insight on how to get involved with and find work in this area.
After the panel discussion, we will be asking the panelists to rotate from room to room on Zoom for more informal "speed networking" conversations with students, followed by small group reflections on your own experiences and thoughts.
Date: January 20, 2021
Start Time: 4:30 PM
End Time: 6:00 PM
Location: Zoom - a link will be emailed out to all registered attendees prior to the start of the event
Recording: A recording of the session will be uploaded here within 24 hours of the event.
Danielle Klein, UX Research Manager at Wealthsimple
Danielle leads the UX Research team at Wealthsimple. Since starting there a little over two years ago, she founded and built the research practice, which today includes three additional researchers. Before joining Wealthsimple, Danielle worked as a Product Designer at FreshBooks. She also previously co-founded UX Research Collective, creators of the UX Research Conference. In her spare time, she likes to read lots, write lots, and meander around her neighbourhood, Leslieville.
Nimara Asbah, Research Assistant at McGill Genome Centre
Nimara is a Research Assistant at the McGill Genome Centre (MGC). At MGC she works in agroup called DoVee, where they are trying to find a clinical test that is similar to the PAP smear test which will allow us to detect ovarian and endometrial cancer at very early stages thus giving the chance to treat and cure many women when the cancer is detected in the first stages. In her spare time, she makes jewelry pieces.
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