PhD Student in Human Development, Learning and Culture, University of British Columbia

Natasha Parent is a PhD Student in Human Development, Learning, and Culture at the University of British Columbia and works as a Graduate Academic Assistant at the BC Centre on Substance Use (BCCSU). Her research interests broadly include the sociocultural and technological factors impacting adolescent development and young adulthood. Recently, her work at the BCCSU has focused on exploring the contextual aspects of young sexual and gender minority men's sexualized use of substances, including how it intersects with their experiences of mental health and overall well being.

Experience

  • –present
    PhD Student in Human Development, Learning and Culture, University of British Columbia

Education

  • 2019 
    University of British Columbia , Master of Arts