Juliana has joined IMPART since its formation in 2017 to develop and direct our community engagement plan. Ultimately, Juliana is a science apprentice and she investigates the immediate needs of vulnerable patients in Saint John and the greater Maritimes. Juliana has collaborated with the United Nations, Avenue B Harm Reduction, Hope Pre-School in Central Africa and much more.
Juliana has attended the University of New Brunswick for a bachelor of sciences. Dalhousie Medicine New Brunswick/IMPART team has officially sponsored Juliana to become Canadian as an incentive to the Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program (Ultimately she ended up been sponsored by her husband). Thus, Juliana has set a lifelong commitment to be the first “MD-PhD” candidate at Dalhousie Medicine New Brunswick.
Juliana is mentored by Dr. John Dornan , Dr. Keith Brunt, Sarah Melville and other IMPART members. Her interests are translational science, data science, orthopaedic/trauma surgery, conflict/rural medicine, machine learning, vulnerable populations and safety in the work place.
Outside medicine, Juliana enjoys nature, music and daily yoga. She is also a medallist in equestrian jumping and an experienced backpacker.