Angelo Graffos

Angelo Graffos

Angelo Graffos BKin

Angelo graduated with a Bachelors of Kinesiology in May 2016, and is currently doing his Master of Science of Rehabilitation Sciences degree in the Faculty of Medicine at UBC.

His studies sparked his interest in how the human body functions, especially the integration of anatomy and physiology. This led him to begin volunteering at the CHANGEpain Clinic in May. It has been a rewarding experience and he is excited to continue helping with patient care and satisfaction, and learning more about the patient-physician relationship. Also involved with research at the clinic, Angelo is eager and determined to learn and understand the multifactorial aspects of pain, and to collaborate with the research team on current projects.

Angelo is a compassionate person who enjoys helping people. He also volunteers and works for Canucks Autism Network, assisting and teaching kids how to skate and play ice hockey at weekly programs.

On his spare time, he enjoys listening to music and playing the piano, and is active in sports like tennis and floor hockey.


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