Akshay Rajaram is in his second year of the Doctor of Medicine program at Queen’s University. Prior to beginning his medical training at Queen’s, Akshay worked as a Project Coordinator for a child and youth mental health centre in Toronto. During that time, he developed and deployed a new electronic client record system and an agency-wide performance measurement framework. Akshay holds a Bachelor of Science from McGill University and a Master of Management of Innovation from the University of Toronto. [LinkedIn]

 

Akshay Rajaram BSc, MMI

Nel is a medical student at the Northern Ontario School of Medicine through the Laurentian University campus in Sudbury. Before beginning her medical training she completed her Master of Public Health at Queen’s University. Her experience includes completing an evaluation of eighteen health and wellness programs in Arviat, Nunavut, as well as qualitative research with the Child Health 2.0 Research Group. She has strong expertise in facilitating focus groups, developing surveys, carrying out semi-structured interviews, and planning program evaluations. Nel also holds a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology from McMaster University. [LinkedIn]

Eleanor (Nel) Vandermeer BSc, MPH