Cameron Raymond is a Research Fellow (Computational Science) with the RegLab. He holds an MSc in Social Data Science from the University of Oxford and an honours B.Comp in Computer Science and Political Studies from Queen’s University. Before joining Reglab, he worked as a research assistant at Princeton University’s Stigma and Social Perception Lab, and the University of Toronto’s Computational Social Science Lab. Cameron’s prior research has spanned social science, human-computer interaction, and network science – with a focus on political communication and misinformation. At RegLab, he hopes to apply computational and causal inference techniques to improve the design and evaluation of domestic policy.