Jasmine Wong
BA Psychology & International Development
BLUE Fellow
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Summer
2018
Investigating pain reduction strategies for women's health
BLUE Fellow
Summer
2018

Background

Jasmine Wong is a recent graduate from McGill in Psychology and International Development Studies. After her break from school, she intends on pursuing her graduate studies in a psychology-related field and making lots of money with it. Her study passions driving her BLUE 21 research stem from a desire to find ways to decrease unnecessary pain experiences in women and find out if and how we can potentially improve the overall health of society this way. Jasmine grew up in Edmonton, Alberta, and she and her Montrealer husband are expecting a baby in July that probably loves olives and chocolate cake.

Talk to Jasmine about: childbirth, maternal health, and chocolate cake and olives (no, not together! I'm pregnant, not crazy...)

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