Research Assistant

James is a 4th year undergraduate psychology student at UBC whose research interests include the interactions between mental health and sexual minority status, as well as broader issues at the intersection of identity and psychology. He is also deeply interested in queer history and has conducted interdisciplinary research on the queer victims of the Holocaust and the ways in which victimization is processed by those same communities in the present-day. His long-term goal is to pursue a career in mental health care with a focus on gender and sexual minority youth and adults.