We welcome applications to our team. If you are a prospective graduate student wishing to learn more about our group, please contact us at email@example.com. If you are a research personnel or prospective student volunteer, please contact us with your transcript, a one-page motivation letter, and resume. The Kidney Health Education and Research Group involves multiple disciplines and supports our members career growth. Below you can learn about our past team members and their many great contributions to Kidney Health Education and Research Group.
Maame Efua De-Heer is a Clinical Research Analyst with the team for the A.C.TI.O.N project. She attained her Masters of Public Health degree from the University of Toronto with a specialization in Social and Behavioural health sciences, and a dual specialization in Global Health and Health Services & Policy Research. Her research interests centered on Black Health, Maternal & Child health, Intimate partner violence etc.
Hi, my name is Nikita! I recently graduated from the University of Toronto with a major in Neuroscience and double minors in Psychology and Bioethics. I am currently deciding what to pursue in my graduate career. I am passionate about making important scientific information accessible to all communities in order to improve quality of life. I have joined the team as a clinical research assistant working mainly on the ACTION project and leading the communications team.
Noor El-Dassouki (MSc, BSc) is a Research Associate at UHN with a background in biomedical sciences and global health. Encompassing a passion for health equity, her role with KHERG involves managing various research projects where she has the opportunity to examine inequities using mixed methods research and partner with racialized communities across the GTA to improve equitable access to transplant.
Rhonda C. George is a sociologist with research expertise on the social dimensions of race and racialization, as it pertains to Caribbean diasporic populations in the U.S. and Canada. She uses mixed-method and qualitative methodologies coupled with Critical Race and Intersectional theoretical paradigms to interrogate issues of racial stratification within social institutions.
Hi! I am currently pursuing my MD degree at the University of Toronto, after completing a specialist in pharmacology here. I am passionate about conducting research on patient reported outcome measures, and learning about how these tools can be utilized to enhance clinical care.
My name is Adrian, I am a 4th-year student studying Physiology, Health, and Disease, and Immunology. I am mainly involved in patient recruitment and the development of PROMS. My goals within the team are to help develop more accessible and comprehensive measures of patient health. I enjoy playing basketball and watching movies on my spare time.
Hi! My name is Aghna and I received my HBSc in 2020 from the University of Toronto Scarborough, majoring in Psychology. I joined KHERG as a Clinical Research Assistant and am currently involved in qualitative analysis, focus groups, the ePROMs Symptomcare project and the South Asian Cultural group. My research interests include psychosocial barriers to transplant, health equity and patient reported outcomes.
Hello! I am a third-year undergraduate majoring in Computer Science & Cognitive Science at UofT, in the hopes of one day inventing a superpowerful, cyperbunk-styled Artificial Intelligence...but that’s a long ways away 😉. As a Senior Python Developer, I am responsible for maintaining the team's main codebase designed to extract significant results from patient data. I enjoy my role on this team because it frequently provides me with opportunities to formulate creative solutions for all kinds of complex problems. My future prospects include completing a Master's degree in the field of Computer Science and adopting a tiny cat.
I am currently a third year student enrolled in a Neuroscience Specialist program at U of T Scarborough. My interests stem from my time in the UK observing work of the renal department and learning haemodialysis from professionals of the field. Having enrolled in a Neuroscience program, I would like to be able to integrate my knowledge of the brain and anatomical functions to understand the onset of biological diseases in a much greater depth
Hello! My name is Lydia and I’m in my 4th year of undergraduate studies at the University of Toronto. I am currently pursuing a Physiology and Global Health double major, with a minor in Immunology. By studying the social aspects of health, I hope to pursue careers in medicine and public health; to help address health inequities in a Canadian context; and to be an advocate for our most marginalized populations.
I am currently in my fourth year of my undergraduate studies doing a double major in Neuroscience and Human Biology, also a minor in Public Law. I enjoy working with the team, as they are hardworking and always pushing me to achieve higher. While I am not working with the team and studying all day for school, I enjoy playing sports like soccer and binge watching movies and tv shows on Netflix.
Rabail is a graduate student at the University of Toronto pursuing a Master of Health Science in Translational Research. She has a background in public health and clinical research. With the enthusiasm to learn about psychosocial and ethnocultural barriers in kidney transplant, Rabail hopes to contribute to the translational research process by taking research findings and transforming them into clinical practice.
My name is Abeera Ali and I am currently in my second year of the Master of Information program and the University of Toronto. I joined the team in September 2016 and my current interests include studying the healthcare experience of the Ontario patient population. As an information professional, I am interested in understanding how information can be better managed and communicated between the healthcare professionals and patients in order to improve the overall patient experience.
Hi! I am a second year UofT student learning computer science. I have been with the team since September 2020. My role as a Python developer involves extracting, transferring, and cleaning data for analysis.
My name is Ali and I am working as a junior statistician at KHERG.My role contains performing statistical analysis, troubleshooting and clean up the dataset, and writing up some codes. One of the interesting parts of my work is when I look at the dataset and test some hypothesis,I usually get a result which raises a lot of controversial question about our community such as matters on equality of gender,race,etc.
My name is Alisina and I'm a undergrad student studying computer science at the University of Toronto. I will be working at KHERG as a Full Stack developer and am excited to learn new things and further my skillset!
Amanda is a recent graduate of the University of Toronto Nursing program. She has completed a previous degree where she majored in both Psychology and Law. Amanda's research interests include health care systems, psychosocial research, and critical care. Amanda's work with the psychosocial team has allowed her to merge her background in psychology with her career in health care. In her role as a researcher, Amanda has worked with the team on protocol development, data capture and patient recruitment. In the future, she hopes to pursue graduate studies.
Hi! My name is Andriy and I am an undergraduate at the University of Toronto Mississauga studying Computer Science. I am working as a Python Developer at KHERG and am excited to further my skills in the field of Python Development. I love to program, read, and learn new things related to programming.
My name is Anqi and I am a fourth year undergraduate student studying Economics, Mathematics, and Statistics at the University of Toronto. I am passionate to apply data analytics to real world problems. I am excited to work with the team and contribute to its research!
Fourth year Accounting Specialist at the University of Toronto. Connect with me on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/armin-dela-cruz-30bb80198/
Hi my name is Arthur and I am currently a third year undergrad computer science student at UTM. I am joining the team as a Full Stack / Python Developer. Looking forward to learning new skills and technologies!
I'm a Master of Information student concentrating on User Experience Design and Human Centered Data Science at the University of Toronto. I'm excited to bring my passion for building empowering and meaningful digital experiences, and accessibility within the digital space to my KHERG adventure.
Hi, I'm Bhavjot and I'm going into second year studying computer science and statistics at the University of Toronto. I'm working as a full stack developer at the Kidney Health Education and Research Group. New opportunities are always great learning experiences and I hope to make a difference where it matters.
I am a fourth year student at the University of Toronto completing an Honours Bachelor of Science with a specialist in Mental Health (with Co-op). I am predominantly interested in the interaction between psycho-social function and medical illnesses such as CKD, but am also interested in clinical neuropsychology and the psychopathology of various mental illnesses, especially eating disorders. I have been with the psycho-social nephrology team since November 2015. Ultimately, I plan to pursue medical school, and aspire to a career in which I am able to integrate research to develop effective, holistic treatment interventions for patients with comorbid medical and mental illnesses or psychosocial distress.
Hi! My name is Cindy - I am currently a second-year student at Western University. My primary research interests lie within topics surrounding the social determinants of health, ethnic and gender disparities, the necessity of intersectionality, and how these variables play a role in physician education, quality of care, and health policies. Excited to be on this team!
Hello! My name is Corrin and I'm a work-study student on the communications team. I mostly work to create clear and concise communication of research and events for our social media pages. I am currently in my final year of studying Forensic Psychology and Biology at UTM. I hope to pursue a career in Biomedical Communications in the future where I can contribute to an environment of accessible and accurate scientific resources for everyone!
I am a 3rd year Computer Science student at the University of Toronto Scarborough, aspiring to be a software developer in the future. Love playing ultimate frisbee in my spare time and I'm in the long process of learning how to run. Happy to be a part of and contribute to the UHN team.
I am a third-year Honours BSc student in the Co-op Mental Health Specialist program at the University of Toronto Scarborough, and am a certified K-12 teacher. I have personally known several kidney transplant recipients, and so I find it deeply satisfying to contribute to the Mucsi-Novak research group's efforts to improve the health and self-efficacy of individuals living with chronic kidney disease. Having worked for many years as a self-employed writer/editor and college instructor while raising two children, I am embarking on a career change, with plans to pursue a Master of Social Work degree. I aspire to combine my interests in education and neuropsychology to offer holistic psychosocial supports to help people realize their personal and occupational goals as fully as possible.
Working as a UX Specialist for the EPROM project and SymptomCare website. Currently a master's student studying UX at the University of Toronto, with a background in business and psychology. Hobbies include hiking, camping, dancing, handcrafting, and cooking.
Hey! I am a second-year undergraduate student at University of Toronto specializing in Computer Science. I am a Full Stack Developer at KHERG because I am passionate about Web Development and Database Management. I am also very interested in Software Development and Artificial Intelligence.
I am a Registered Nurse working with the Multi-Organ Transplant Program at Toronto General Hospital, and a graduate of the Ryerson University Nursing program. I am passionate about the intersection of healthcare and informatics, psychopathology, and medicine in remote contexts. Working with the psychosocial nephrology team has allowed me to gain valuable health research experience, including protocol development, data management and patient recruitment. In the future, I hope to pursue graduate studies and expand my scope of practice in clinical and research capacities.
Dorothy Wong is a Research Analyst, and Team manager in the Psycho-social Nephrology Team at the Toronto General Hospital, University Heather Network. She holds a Bachelor’s of Arts, and a Bachelor’s of Social Work at the University of Waterloo, and a Masters in Social Work-Specializing in Mental Health and Health at the University of Toronto. In addition to her advanced degrees, she holds great passion in clinical research, teaching, and mentorship. As a Team Lead, she supports University and Medical students to fulfill their goals in becoming independent learners and leaders in research. Her research interests lie in areas related to barriers/access to kidney transplantation and psychosocial issues related to Chronic Kidney Disease.
I am currently pursuing an undergraduate degree at the University of Toronto, working towards a double major in Bioethics and Cognitive Science. My interests include whole person care and psychosocial aspects of medicine, specifically mental health interventions in improving patient functioning and outcomes. I have a strong interest in creating equitable, culturally appropriate, and accessible spaces within healthcare. By being a part of the team I hope to broaden my understanding of how research and education can be used to achieve these goals.
I am a first-year student at the University of Toronto studying in Life Sciences and Philosophy. A consistent passion of mine has always been the intersection of scientific and medical advances and the reactions on a societal level to such progress, as well as the associated scientific and philosophical barriers for implementation of new technologies. My current focus is ethnocultural reactions to Living Donor Kidney Transplantation (LDKT) as well as investigations on the ethics and public attitudes towards Xenotransplantation and Quantum Computing.
I graduated with an Honours Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Toronto, where I studied human biology, physiology, and psychology. I have been part of the psychosocial nephrology team since January 2015. My primary interests include clinical research, psychosocial research, organ transplantation and healthcare accessibility. Currently, my research focuses on exploring the effects of mental health disorders and non-adherence on post-transplant outcomes and re-hospitalizations in kidney transplant recipients. In addition, I am currently a clinical research assistant with the Multi-Organ Transplant Student Research Training Program at Toronto General Hospital.
3rd year CS student. Studying Software Engineering and interested in learning new things.
Hi! I am Iris, a first-year Master of Information student at the University of Toronto studying User Experience Design. I am a former Computer Science and Statistics undergrad at the same school. With a user-centered mindset, I believe that design thinking is the fundamental strategy to create a successful product/service that best suits users’ needs. I am excited to share my expertise in both design and programming and make an impact in the field of healthcare as a UX specialist!
I am a second-year computer engineering student at the University of Toronto, St. George campus. I am working as a full-stack web developer at KHERG.
Hi! I am Jasmine, a third year Comp. Sci. student at UofT with a passion in healthcare industry. As a full-stack web developer at KHERG, my role is to maintain various organization's websites and develop tools that enhance researcher's experience in writing research papers.
Digital Marketing Specialist @KHERG | HBA. 2024 | Marketing | Research | Aspiring UX/UI Designer
Hello! My name is Jiamin (Selena) Xu and I am a fourth-year undergraduate student double majoring in Physiology and Pharmacology at the University of Toronto. At KHERG, I am working as a member of the ETO working group and the clinical research team. I'm excited to be a part of the Nefros team and gain an ethnocultural understanding of living donor transplantation.
I am a second-year graduate student at the University of Toronto, specializing in User Experience Design. I am excited to leverage my user-centric research and design skills to understand existing pain points experienced by patients, medical practitioners, and other stakeholders from their perspectives and devise digital solutions to enable efficient and enjoyable interactions.
My name is Juliette and I am a 3rd-year undergraduate student at the University of Toronto majoring in Human Biology and Ecology & Evolutionary Biology with a minor in Writing and Rhetoric. I am thrilled to be working as a clinical research assistant at KHERG where I hope to help better understand many of the barriers and issues that affect kidney transplantation. I am also a part of the University of Toronto Varsity Blues women's hockey team.
Hello! My name is Kaiyi Liu, and I am a second-year undergraduate student at University of Toronto studying Computer Science with a minor in Statistics. I am a Full Stack Developer at KHERG because I want to further my knowledge in Security and Web Development. While I am very interested in Software Development, DevOps, and Machine Learning, I am open to learning anything in the tech industry!
I am a Computer Engineering Graduate Student specializing in Machine Learning and Cloud Computing at the University of Toronto. I have been with the team since May '20. My role as a Data Engineer involves designing new features, testing and maintaining the database for high functionality.
I am a second year undergraduate at the University of Toronto specializing in immunology and minoring in psychology. My interest lies in the cultural and psychosocial concerns and issues of nephrology and its affect on outcomes and quality of life. Through the time I have been with the psychosocial nephrology team, I was able to learn about research writing, patient recruitment and data management. In the future I hope to continue on with nephrology research and improvement of patient care.
I am a fourth-year Statistics & Computer Science student at the Faculty of Arts & Science at the University of Toronto. My friends and colleagues describe me as approachable, enthusiastic and hard-working. I have cultivated a strong interest in the health care industry and has been consistently on the lookout for opportunities to use my skills in real life applications of machine learning. I am always curious and looking forward to the future landscape of the health care industry.
Hi my name is Kirby! I am a third-year undergraduate student at University of Toronto studying computer science. I am part of the web development team with KHERG because I enjoy creating software solutions and want to apply my technical skills to make an impact in the field of health research.
Hi! I am a third-year undergraduate student at the University of Toronto studying Computer Science. My interests include art, design, solving challenging problems, and applying my technical skills in the real world. I am excited to join the data team at KHERG as a Python Developer, where I hope to develop my abilities and make an impact in the field of healthcare!
I am a medical student from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. My interests lie in mental health, psychiatry, anthropology, and mindfulness research & therapy. I’m focused on engaging with patients on hemodialysis and collecting data regarding their knowledge and feelings about transplantation as a treatment option. My work in the psychosocial nephrology team revealed many paths for me in both research and personal studies and working with the team allowed me to develop essential skills and confidence in the research community. I aspire to become a Transcultural Psychiatrist as well as a researcher and psychiatry professor.
Luke is a recent graduate of Physiology at the University of Toronto. He is a current research assistant investigating the impact of socio-economic status on kidney transplant accessibility, and is also involved with patient recruitment for two on-going studies. In September, Luke will start an MSc with the Institute of Medical Science at the University of Toronto.
Mahdiba Chowdhury is a fourth-year student specializing in Mental Health Studies at the University of Toronto (UofT). Mahdiba is an aspiring research analyst eager to reduce stigma on mental health. She is particularly interested in learning knowledge-translation, evidence-based practice to enhance client- and family-centered care, as well as promoting inclusivity and guide research on vulnerable groups. She is currently involved in qualitative analysis, the South Asian Cultural project, the ACTION project, and Symptomcare with the team. Her primary research project is investigating the social, cultural, and religious barriers to living donation and transplantation in the South Asian community.
Hello! My name is Maliha and I'm a third-year student at the University of Toronto double majoring in Mathematics and Statistics. I am working as a Python Developer at KHERG and I’m looking forward to contributing to the team! In my spare time I enjoy hiking and spending time with family and friends.
Hi my name is Maninder. I'm a 4th year student at the University of Toronto double majoring in Computer Science and Mathematics. I'm excited to join KHERG as a Python developer and Data Engineer. I hope to use my skills to automate and simplify processes that will improve patient care and bring value to everyone. I enjoy reading, long-distance running and eating.
Hey! My name is Mark JP and I am studying as an undergraduate at UofT for Data Science. I enjoy all things math, statistics, research and anything related to Machine Learning. One of my passions is using my skills to help those in need pro bono so whatever I can do to help, I will!
Hi! I am Anastasia Liu (刘美轩), and I'm currently a second-year psychology specialist at the University of Toronto. I am admitted as a clinical research assistant in KHERG. Also, I am the academic coordinator of the U of T Psychology Student Association and the vice president of the Listening Program. My dream is to be a clinical psychologist in the suture and conduct research on psychotherapy. I want to help more people and it makes me very happy to see the smile on their face ☀️ ! I love synchronized swimming, GuZheng and Taichi.
Hi, I'm Meseret and I'm a Research Trainee (Co-op) in the data team. My background is Biotechnology and I am currently pursuing data science courses by University of Toronto SCS and University of Waterloo PD. I'm interested to work at the intersection of genomics and big data with public health. I'm excited to work at KHERG!
I am currently a medical student at the Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine in New York City. I completed my undergraduate education at the University of Toronto, where I majored in Human Biology and Psychology. My interests primarily lie in the field of behavioural medicine, with a focus on the influence of mental health disorders on patient wellness and outcomes. My time in the psychosocial team has been invaluable in teaching me how to perform effective research, and in expanding my knowledge on the challenging field of transplantation. I plan to specialize in Psychiatry, where I hope to continue pursuing meaningful research.
I completed my MBBS at Sydney Medical School, Australia, and my BA&Sc in Political Science and Cognitive Science at McGill University. Cross-cultural medicine has been my long-term interest, having completed several medical outreach trips abroad in China, Mongolia, Angola, and Ghana. Within Australia and Canada I have also participated in various medical clinics within the Chinese community, which has given me familiarity with their unique attitudes towards medical care. My involvement with this psychosocial nephrology research allows me to examine more objectively the societal and cultural factors behind the differing attitudes towards transplant, and how we as healthcare workers can be an influence to patients on an individual, societal, and policy level.
Hi! I am a second-year student at University of Toronto Scarborough, pursuing a Bachelor's degree in Statistics with specialization in Machine Learning and Data Mining. At KHERG, I am working as a Software Engineer on a variety of different projects. I look forward to developing my skills so that I can contribute my best to KHERG.
Hi! I'm Mohammad and I'm in my third year studying Computer Science at UofT. I'm currently working at KHERG as a Full Stack and Python Developer. I enjoy working with all parts of the stack and can't wait to apply my skills and develop further!
I have graduated with a degree in Commerce, specializing in Accounting and majoring in Economics.
Hello! My name is Nasab and I am an undergraduate at University of Toronto studying Health and Disease and Cellular Biology. I'm passionate about understanding the social determinants of health and hope to contribute to the ongoing research of determining the barriers patients face while undergoing the transplant process.
Hello! I am Nico, a second-year Master of Information student at the University of Toronto studying User Experience Design and Human-Centred Data Science. After I had completed my undergraduate degree at the University of Toronto Scarborough Campus specialist in Finance and Management, I found my passion for UX design. I really enjoy the process from user research until I bring a final design product. I am so execting to join the team as a UX specialist at KHERG. I am looking forward to contributing to the team!
Hi! My name is Nikisha and I am an undergraduate at the University of Toronto Scarborough, where I’m double majoring in computer science and mathematics. I am a Junior Data Engineer with the team and I’m hoping to expand my knowledge in Database Programming and UX design. I look forward to contributing to KHERG, and am really excited to join the team!!
Hi! My name is Oksana. I obtained my Bachelor of Science degree in the spring of 2020 with a major in Biomedical Sciences and a minor in Philosophy. Currently, I’m enrolled in a fast-track Software Engineering program. I really enjoy the both worlds of programming and biomedicine and would love to pursue those in the future. At KHERG I am involved with data engineering and web development.
Hi, my name is Pirooz, an undergraduate student studying Computer Science and Cognitive Science at the University of Toronto. As this is just the start of my career, I am very eager to learn as much as possible in CS and figure out what I enjoy most. It's my first time working as a developer in a professional environment, and I'm excited to demonstrate my skills in programming. In my free time, I love cycling, inline skating, and cooking.
I am currently a 3rd-year student at the University of Toronto studying Biology for Health Science and Psychology.
Pursuing her medical degree
Hi, my name is Rainey Fu and I'm a second year Engineering Science student at the University of Toronto. I work as a Data Engineer and am excited to accomplish and learn a lot. I like to listen to music, exercise, and explore the city in my free time.
Hi! My name is Raymond and I'm currently in my second year at the University of Toronto studying Computer Science and Statistics. As a Python Developer with the KHERG, I develop scripts that help with retrieving, transforming, and cleaning the data that is used in the team’s projects. I hope that I can further my programming skills while using them to help reduce barriers to organ transplantation!
Hello:) I am Rica, an incoming Master of Information student at the University of Toronto. After years of studying Computer Science and Applied Statistics at UofT, I found myself passionate about the human value of a tech product when developing applications. I am really grateful to be a part of the UX Team at KHERG, and I am excited to contribute here.
I am a fourth year student studying statistics specialist and economics at University of Toronto. My interests are Big Data, Machine Learning, Data cleaning and modelling, applied statistics, econometrics, and survival analysis.
Hi! My name is Samreen and I am an undergraduate student at the University of Toronto studying Computer Engineering. I'm looking forward to develop, improve and apply my skills and abilities in programming and data manipulation to real-world heath-care applications at KHERG.
I love learning and solving new problems. I am interested in work at the intersection of Machine Learning and healthcare.
I am currently enrolled in the Doctor of Medicine program at the University of Toronto. I received an Honours Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Toronto, majoring in Immunology and Human Biology. I have been a member of the psychosocial nephrology team since March 2016. My current research interests focuses on chronic kidney disease, living donor kidney transplantation, ethnocultural and psychosocial determinants of health, and electronic capture of patient reported outcomes.
My name is Shimmy Nauenberg, I am an undergraduate at UofT, studying statistics. I am interested in biostatistics, specifically in its application to improving healthcare outcomes. Outside of school, I like cycling, swimming, and playing soccer. I look forward to contributing to the team.
I am an undergraduate student at University of Toronto who just finished second year, and I am studying in computer science specialist program. I enjoy software development, and I am continuously exploring various areas in computer science. I am very excited to be able to use my web development skills and python development skills to contribute to KHERG and bring help to people in need.
I am Mexican. I studied internal medicine and nephrologist at one the most prestigious center in Latin America. As soon as I finish it, I came to Toronto to pursue a kidney transplant fellowship. I am currently doing a post-doc research fellowship. I am planning to study a master in Clinical Epidemiology or Quality Improvement. Thank you for having me here!
I am a third-year undergraduate student at University of Toronto, with statistical science specialist and mathematics major. I am passionate about data analysis and using it to solve real life problems. It is a great opportunity for me to join KHERG as a junior statistician to learn new things and develop my research skills.
I am a third-year computer science coop student at the University of Toronto. Since I am new to the tech industry, I want to experience a bit of everything. My academic and professional goals are in the following fields: Application Development, Full Stack Development, and Data Science.
I am a 3rd year medical student at the University of Toronto and a new research volunteer in the Dr. Mucsi Lab. My research interest is: 1) exploring the psycho-social determinants of health in patients with chronic kidney disease (CKD) in accessing evidenced based treatments, such as living donor kidney transplant; 2) validating a self-report instrument for health outcomes for CKD patients; and 3) assessing the impact of patient education on the knowledge and perception of kidney transplant as a treatment in CKD patients. On the research team, my role is to recruit participants for our current studies and to manage/analyze data. As a short term plan, I would like to focus on assisting the team in disseminating our findings from research in order to improve the quality of care and current practice for CKD patients. In the long term, I see myself practicing as a clinician scientist like Dr. Mucsi and Dr. Novak; however, I am also open to new possibilities and challenges.
Hello!! My name is Umar and I’m an undergraduate industrial engineering student at the University of Toronto. Within the KHERG team I’m a Jr. Data Engineer and I look forward to applying and developing my skills in all things data!
I am currently a fourth year at the University of Toronto completing my Honours Bachelor of Science with a specialization in Neuroscience. I have been with the team since the early summer of 2016. My current research interests focus on chronic kidney disease, the various ethnocultural and psychosocial barriers that dialysis patients face to getting improved treatment, and effective methods of educating these patients to improve their quality of life.
Hi! I am a third-year student at the University of Toronto studying Computer Science and Statistics. I am a Junior Data Engineer on the KHERG team currently working on developing a platform to make the application process for becoming a living donor organ more accessible. It has been a rewarding experience working as part of the KHERG team to help bring data science into the medical field and implement impactful solutions that break down barriers within the healthcare industry!
Hi, my name is Wilson, and I am a third year co-op student from the University of Toronto Scarborough specializing in computer science. I am excited to be doing full-stack and python development at KHERG. Some of the work I will be doing is making enhancements and changes to websites like nefros and symptomcare, and also making scrips to process and send data. I hope I can learn allot and apply my skills to help make an impact.
Passionate in the Health industry. Focus on humane design, skilled in user experience design, eager to deliver high accessibility and user-friendly products.
I’m a third-year undergraduate student at the University of Toronto, studying Math, Stats and Computer Science. With my background in data, I am always excited to improve my abilities in programming algorithms and data manipulation. At KHERG, I am working as a Business Analyst. I look forward to developing my skills so that I can contribute my best to KHERG.
Hi, I'm Shin. Passionate about UX design. I like to transform a complicated concept into easy understanding. I have been committed to making the design look fabulous and making the user experience intuitive.
Actuarial Science Specialist Student at the University of Toronto currently working as a Junior Data Engineer on the KHERG team.