Emily Hashimoto-Roth is a graduate student at the University of Ottawa pursuing a Master’s in Biochemistry specializing in Bioinformatics, under the co-supervision of Dr. Mathieu Lavallée-Adam and Dr. Steffany Bennett. Having obtained an H.B.Sc. in Biopharmaceutical Science at the University of Ottawa, her current research focuses on the application of statistical models and machine learning algorithms to mine and analyze protein-protein interaction datasets. She is a trainee within the NSERC-CREATE Metabolomics Advanced Training and International Exchange Program (MATRIX), further diversifying her graduate studies. In addition to her studies, she is the Director of Communications for a Canadian federal non-for-profit organization called Pulsar Collective, whose mission is to improve gender equality in STEM. She is also a member of the Canadian National Proteomics Network, which works to advance the proteomics field by fostering a community for researchers to meet and collaborate.