Ms. Katye Stevens
BA Anthropology, Minor in Women's Studies, SKTT
Alumni, Cohort 2017
I am an experienced member of the research community in both physical and mental health. I have particular interests in working with diverse and minority populations. I have relevant educational and employment background as a clinical research project coordinator in children’s and youth’s and emerging adult’s health.
I have had the privilege of collaborating with exceptional research leaders and multidisciplinary teams at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH), SickKids, The University of Toronto, and McGill University. These experiences have allowed me to participate in diverse research activities and inspired me to pursue a career in research that is applicable across disciplines.
Cleverley K, Stevens K. (2016). Longitudinal Youth in Transition Study. [Poster]. Transforming Practice & Policy Through Science A Joint Conference on Child, Youth & Emerging Adult Mental Health Conference, Centre for Addiction and Mental Health. Toronto, ON, Canada.