|Employer:||Children's Hospital of Eastern Ontario|
|Industry:||Hospital and Health Care|
What makes you a good mentor?
I believe mentoring is a great way for two people to grow both personally and professionally. Having been a mentor with the Science Student Success Centre at Carleton Univerisity in the past, I know how rewarding mentoring can be for everyone involved. Further, being a fairly recent graduate myself, I am eager to share the knowledge and experience I have gained, as well as the advice I was given not to long ago. I am very motivated and enthusiastic about life in general, and I hope to be able to pass some of this energy off to a like-minded individual!
About Amisha Agarwal
Amisha completed her B.Sc. in Integrated Science with a concentration in Health Sciences and a minor in Psychology from Carleton University in 2012, in addition to her M.Sc. in Epidemiology form the University of Ottawa in 2015. She currently works as a methodologist at the Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario (CHEO), where her overall role is to provide statistical and methodological expertise and support to clinical researchers. Prior to this role, she worked in the area of Health Policy and Health Economics, at the Canadian Agency for Drugs and Technologies in Health (CADTH).
Branching from her interest in epidemiology, she is also passionate about public health initiatives – as a student, she worked with Ottawa Public Health as one of their youth facilitators promoting key public health messages among adolescents and youth in the city. She currently serves on the Board for the South East Ottawa Community Health Centre. Outside of work, she enjoys Bollywood dancing, traveling, meeting new people, learning and spending time with her family and friends.