Rhiannon completed an Honours Bachelor of Science in Molecular Biology and Genetics with a minor in Neuroscience. Her undergraduate research regarding Parkinson’s Disease contributed towards a peer-reviewed publication, while her work in memory consolidation allowed her to give a poster presentation at a regional conference. Having grown passionate about research relating to human health, she undertook a Master’s in Neuroscience specialising in Human and Molecular Genetics at the Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario. This opportunity to work alongside academic scientists as well as clinicians inspired her to further develop her interest in clinical and pharmaceutical sciences with a graduate diploma in Clinical Research.
Her desire for a career involving research, continued learning, collaboration and communication led her to MEDUCOM, where she combines her strong scientific background and bilingual communication skills to deliver the very best for clients.
When she’s not working, Rhiannon can be found at the yoga studio, on hiking trails or singing her heart out at concerts.