Katerina V. Pappas, BA Hons
Katerina is a Master of Science student in Community Health Sciences and a Student Research Assistant with the Childhood Adversity and Resilience (CARe) Research Team. She completed her Honours degree in Psychology at the University of Winnipeg, and her thesis project was supported by a studentship award from Manitoba Liquor and Lotteries.
2014-2017, Bachelor of Arts Honors, Psychology, University of Winnipeg, “Implicit and Explicit Gambling Confidence and the Neural Correlates of Decision Making”
2020-ongoing, Master of Science, Community Health Sciences, University of Manitoba
Her research interests include Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) and the impact experiencing these adversities has for individuals over the lifespan, substance use and addictions, harm reduction, mental health, and coping.
Awards and Recognitions
2021 Jenny Fraser Memorial Award, University of Manitoba