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Katrina Bartellas

B.Com (Finance)

MSc Student

I am a MSc (Res) student under the supervision of Professor Seena Fazel. My research focuses on the prevalence rates and effect sizes of adverse events among the most common psychotropic medications. I also have a special interest in the relationship between vulnerable populations, crime and victimization. 

In 2014, I completed my undergraduate degree in finance at McGill University. During my undergraduate years, I held research internships at the Queen's Department of Community Health and Epidemiology, and the Douglas Mental Health University Institute, as well as conducted research for the 2013 homelessness census in Italy.