Daman holds a Bachelor of Health Sciences degree in Biomedical Studies and a Masters of Science in Health Sciences from the University of Northern British Columbia. Her thesis explored the impact of time delay to percutaneous coronary intervention on patient outcomes. Her past research experiences include working as a research assistant and now research associate with the School of Nursing at UNBC. She is currently the Prince George based research coordinator for the Internet Chronic Disease Management (iCDM) and Stroke Coach studies. In her spare time she enjoys travelling, being outdoors, and spending time with family and friends.
Reproductive Infectious Diseases