Christine Law was born in Toronto, ON and raised in Courtenay, BC. After graduating high school and studying General Sciences for 1 year at North Island College, Christine moved to Prince George, BC. Christine then studied Health Sciences for 2 years at the University of Northern British Columbia (UNBC). While at UNBC, Christine volunteered in the Northern Medical Program research lab where she studied liver fibrosis with Dr. Maurice and Dr. Winwood. Christine also volunteered as a crisis line operator, suicide educator, hospital aid, first aid attendant, and track coach.
Christine is currently in medical school and will graduate from the Northern Medical Program in 2016. After graduating, Christine hopes to practice medicine in a rural community. Her current interests include mental health and addictions, though they are bound to increase and evolve as she continues to study medicine! Christine worked with Sarah and Janine in 2013 on a research project studying the impact of art on health in the beautiful community of Nak’azdli. This research allowed Christine to explore her artistic side and practice critically reflecting. In her spare time, Christine enjoys exercising, cooking, and spending time with her partner, family, and friends.