Caryn is completing her PhD in Biomedical Engineering at Queen’s University. She completed her Bachelor of engineering and MASc at the University of Guelph. Caryn’s research is focused on using artificial intelligence in assessing emotion through physiological signals of children with SMCI (Severe motor and Communication Impairments). She is the Vice President of aHUS (atypical Hemolytic Uremic Syndrome) Canada and works to improve lives of individuals with rare illnesses.
She spends her free time exploring the outdoors with her dog Bond and is a fan of winter sports including skiing, snowboarding and hockey. An avid learner, she is focused on moving from public academics to private industry and is interested in learning more about what goes into making financial decisions.