Celina is a Microbiology and Immunology student at UBC who is currently a volunteer with APEL. She is fascinated by how the components of our innate and adaptive immunity work in concert to protect and evade our body of pathogens.
She hopes to apply to medical school and pursue a career in the health care industry. At APEL, Celina is responsible for creating an inventory of samples from past studies, assisting with serological testing and will be contributing to data analysis on APEL’s blinding techniques. In her free time, she enjoys volunteering at Vancouver General Hospital, hiking around BC and socializing with friends.