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# Caroline Colijn Named 2023 Royal Society of Canada Fellow

Congratulations to Caroline Colijn on being named a 2023 Royal Society of Canada (RSC) Fellow. The title recognizes her exceptional intellectual contributions to the field of science and Canada at large.

“I am honoured and delighted to be elected Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada and I'm looking forward to participating in the RSC's activities,” says Caroline.

Here are some of Caroline’s achievements (courtesy of the Royal Society of Canada):

Canada 150 Research Chair Caroline Colijn is an expert in mathematical modelling who has made fundamental contributions over 15 years to advancing understanding of the epidemiology and evolution of pathogens. Winner of the 2020 Radio Canada Scientist of the Year award, Colijn is one of Canada’s most trusted authorities for conveying scientific research on the COVID-19 pandemic in ways that inform policy and build public trust in science.

*Learn more about Caroline and the RSC Fellows in the press releases from SFU News and Royal Society of Canada.*