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Cara Nania

Inactive

Pathway: SOAR

Biography

Cara is a graduate student in the School and Applied Child Psychology program at the University of Calgary. Born and raised in Calgary, Cara completed her Bachelor of Arts Honours degree in Psychology with her research focusing on chronic pain, sleep, and trauma in youth. Upon graduation, Cara worked as a Clinical Research Coordinator at the Alberta Children’s Hospital where she helped determine the various biopsychosocial factors surrounding acute (surgical) and chronic pain in youth. During her PhD, Cara aspires to develop a unique area of research on the pain experiences of youth with fetal alcohol spectrum disorder (FASD) and integrate this research into clinical practice. Outside of academics, Cara completed 5 years as a varsity wrestler at the University of Calgary and continues to coach for the University.

Discipline: Psychology

Centre: University of Calgary

Supervisors / Mentors: Carly McMorris

Project Title: The Characterization of Pain in Youth with FASD

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