Midori Nishioka

Midori Nishioka

Midori Nishioka conducts literature searches, finding reputable resources to base our workshop and presentations. She also reviews and evaluates our projects on multiple criteria such as effectiveness of communication and inclusiveness of diverse populations. She is an integral part of our research project that evaluates the effectiveness of our work.

Midori graduated from McGill University’s Honours Psychology program in 2013, having written two theses on cultural identity and mental health. She worked as a research lab coordinator for two years at McGill, during which she managed multiple research projects investigating relationship issues. She is currently enrolled in a doctoral program at the University of Waterloo, conducting research in the area of motivation and ethics.

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I believe in science and I am confident that treatment will soon be available to transform cervical cancer into a chronic disease. I’m still hopeful, that’s the most important thing.

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