Sebastian is an MSc student in the Population and Public Health program supervised by Dr. Anne Gadermann & Dr. Ehsan Karim. He finished his BA (Hons) in Psychology at the University of Victoria. His research has encompassed a number of different areas, including sociocognitive interventions, executive functioning, substance use, and technology adoption. As well, he’s worked across local, provincial, and federal levels of government, contributing towards projects on education funding for extracurricular activities and community-based care. At UBC, he’s interested in utilizing machine learning tools to analyze the relationship between social determinants of health and health/educational outcomes in migrant children.