Jaspreet Randhawa graduated from Brock University with a Bachelor of Sciences (Honours) in Medical Sciences with a minor in Applied Computing. Jaspreet has completed numerous courses & certificates in research methodology, physiology, pharmacology, biostatistics, qualitative research, computer science & media learning. Furthermore, she has extensive experience with implementation science, quality improvement as well as biomedical & mechanical engineering where she developed skills in performing literature reviews, environmental scans, product development, qualitative & quantitative data collection and analysis. Jaspreet has experience working as a Project Manager for the Pediatric Colostomy in Newborns surgical training simulator project, 3D-printing specialist for the Tibial Fracture Fixation surgical training simulator project, Team Co-Lead for the Leveraging Telemedicine in Neonatal Intensive Care quality improvement project, Associate Program Manager at the Ideation Clinic in their Ideation Key Unit & as a past research assistant at Learning Disabilities Association of Niagara in their JUMP Math program. Jaspreet is a graduate Master of Health Sciences (MHSc) student at the Translational Research Program (TRP) in the Department of Laboratory Medicine & Pathobiology within the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Toronto. Her research interests are in pediatrics, cardiology, spinal cord injury & female reproductive health.