Keana is a PhD student studying epidemiology in the department of Population Medicine. Her doctoral research is supervised by Drs. Katie Clow and Victoria Ng, her work involves performing risk assessments, and mathematical modeling on vector-borne pathogens, specifically mosquito-borne pathogens, in the context of climate change.
She completed her MSc in epidemiology in the department under the supervision of Dr. David Pearl.
Analytical epidemiology, public health, spatial epidemiology
Epidemiology 1 - POPM 6200 F22
Statistical Coding Consultant - F21 - F22
Intro Applied Statistics - STAT*2080 F21
R Drop-in TA - F21
Pandemics: Culture, Science, and Society - UNIV*2020 W21
Society & Inquiry 1- ASCI*110 F20
Professional Experience & Honours
President's Anti-Racism Advisory Committe - Member (2020-2022)
Graduate Student Executive of Population Medicine - Co-Vice President of External Affairs (2021-2022)
Population Medicine Social Committee - Co-President (2021-2022)
Graduate Student Executive of Population Medicine - Co- Jr. Vice President of External Affairs (2020-2021)
Population Medicine Social Committee - Co.-Vice President (2020-2021)