- For other uses, see Juliet.
Juliet Jurot was a Betazoid, born in Quantana Bay, Betazed on June 3, 2352. Juliet was interested in Medicine from a young age, her compassion evident even as a child. When it came time to choose a medical school, she chose the best: the Vulcan Science Academy, an odd choice for someone with the strong emotions of a Betazoid. As a result of her training, she is a study in contrasts, she acquired something of their demeanor and ideals.
While she is compassionate and empathic like most Betazoids, she is often quiet, cold and logical. She enlisted in Starfleet Academy's Medical Fast Track program designed to get medics into service quickly and was assigned to the USS Voyager.
When the Hazard Team was formed, she was chosen to be the field medic. She is the one member of the combat team meant to save lives rather than end them. She firmly believes in the Vulcan axiom that the good of the many outweigh the good of the few and would freely sacrifice her life to save others.
Jurot played a large role in the incursion of the Vohrsoth, suppressing its mental attacks and helping with the destruction of the Forge's dampening field. She and fellow Hazard Team member Austin Chang also developed deep feelings for each other, and were often seen together on the ship. They eventually began to date until the ship's return home. (VOY video game: Elite Force) Not long after, she was promoted to the rank of Ensign.
Aboard the Enterprise-EEdit
In 2380, after Lieutenant Munro caught the attention of Captain Jean-Luc Picard, Jurot and other former members of the Hazard Team were assigned to the USS Enterprise-E. Upon reconnecting with Austin Chang, they at first resisted each other. After enduring missions together again, they rekindled their relationship.
- The script for VOY: "Counterpoint" actually spells her name Jarot, however, as both Elite Forces spell it Jurot, that is how our wiki spells it.
- The game doesn't make any attempt to explain why a crewman with so much medical training wasn't mentioned in the early seasons of Star Trek: Voyager, when the Doctor desperately wished they had one.
|USS Voyager security & tactical personnel|
|Ayala • Baxter • Biessman • Chang • Chell • Colter • Csatlos • Foster • Harrison • Jaworski • Jurot • Kim • Laird • Lang • Lathrop • Alexander Munro • Alexandria Munro • Murphy • Nelson • Odell • Oviedo • Rollins • Tassoni • Torson • Tuvok|
|see also: engineering personnel • medical personnel • pilots & flight control personnel • operations personnel • sciences personnel • senior staff • unnamed|
|USS Enterprise-E medical & counseling personnel|
|Chief medical officers||B. Crusher • Stevenson||Ship's counselors||D. Troi • T'Lana • Hegol D.|
|Medical personnel||Amavia • J. Jurot • B. McGlynn • Meldok • A. Mimouni • E. Neil • A. Ogawa • Ojibwa • Po • Rymond • th'Shelas • Tropp • S. Weinstein • Zseizaz|
|see also: engineering personnel • operations personnel • pilots & flight control personnel • security & tactical personnel • sciences personnel • senior staff • miscellaneous • unnamed|
|USS Enterprise (NCC-1701-E) security & tactical personnel|
|chiefs: L. Addison • P. Daniels • Rowan • R. McAdams • B. Leyoro • C. Vale • S. Nave • L. Battaglia • Z. Leybenzon • J. Choudhury • A. Šmrhová|
|Aiken • J. Allen • Almonte • A. Balidemaj • A. Braddock • Brennan • G. Carmona • Carr • A. Chang • Chell • N. th'Chun • Clemons • Cobbins • Craycroft • K. Cruzen • P. Davila • H. de Lange • Dey • R. Duncan • S. Fillion • Floyd • R. Giudice • J. Gonzales • T. Gracin • E. Grigsby • Jarata B. • Korban • J. Jurot • Kelly • ch'Kerrosoth • E. Laird • Lightner • Le Roy • J. Lofgrin • Lopex • Liryn • F. McEwan • R. Mars • Melo • A. Munro • T. Murphy • Obarakeh • T. Odell • Parminder • J. Peart • Razka • B. Regnis • Sanders • N. Sirhc • S. Stockman • N. Stolovitsky • J. Struhlem • K. Thompson • J. Travis • T'Sona • Velex • M. Vogel • F. Wriede|
|see also: senior staff • engineering • flight control • medical and counseling • operations • science • security • other personnel • unnamed|