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During her undergraduate years at the University of Toronto, she worked closely with world-renowned neurosurgeon Dr. Mark Bernstein, and completed a paper under his guidance that was selected to Asian Bioethics Conference - the only undergraduate project in the world to be accepted. In addition, she was also featured in an article on her research in the Pacific Palisades paper titled "Navigating the Neural Processes Underlying Developmental Stuttering”. The New England Journal of Medicine has always been an inspiration for her research and academic endeavours and is appreciative of the opportunity to moderate the discussion with such high-calibre women.
Wilnise Jasmin, MD, MBA is currently a Preventive Medicine trainee at the Bloomberg School of Public Health at Johns Hopkins. She completed her Family Medicine training in the Cook County-Loyola University Family Medicine Residency Program in Chicago, IL where she served as a Chief Resident during her final year. Prior to residency, she worked in Health Information Management. She also has worked in the area of Health Literacy, is a former editor for the Global Pulse Journal, the American Medical Student Association’s international health journal, has served on several committees, including the Career Track of the 2013 American College of Preventive Medicine Meeting, the inaugural Minority Medical Students Advisory Committee of Mentoring in Medicine, Inc., and the 2004 steering committee for the Black Women's Health Symposium. A native of Brooklyn, NY, she received her medical degree from the American University of Antigua and MBA with a concentration in Healthcare Administration from Plymouth State University in New Hampshire. She received her B.A. degree in biology from Columbia University’s Barnard College.