Masters student, Science, Brock University
Shawna Hopper is a first year Master of Science student at Brock University working under the supervision of Dr. Arne Stinchcombe. Her primary interests focus on aging, mental health, and cognitive decline. Currently, her research looks at prospective biopsychosocial correlates of cognitive decline, using data from the Canadian Longitudinal Study on Aging (CLSA). Her work is funded through a SSHRC Canada Graduate Scholarship-Masters. After the completion of her MSc, she aims to continue her academic journey with a postgraduate degree, hoping to make a lasting impact in the field of gerontology through research contributions.