Tatiana Maroilley

I am a post-doctoral associate in the Tarailo-Graovac Lab in the Departments of Biochemistry & Molecular Biology, and Medical Genetics situated at the Cumming School of Medicine and Alberta Children’s Hospital Research Institute at the University of Calgary. The major goal of my research is to increase the discovery and the diagnostic success of high-throughput […]

Arielle Perrotta

Arielle Perrotta is a PhD student supervised by Dr. Jennifer Leason in the Department of Anthropology and Archaeology, University of Calgary. I am passionate about social justice, including social equality, gender-based experiences, and decolonization which have inspired my research interests in qualitative research methodologies; feminist theory; women’s sexual and reproductive health; and Indigenous maternal health. […]

Ashley Hayward

Ashley Hayward is a PhD candidate in Peace and Conflict Studies at the University of Manitoba and a 2020 Canada Institutes of Health Research funded Vanier Canada Graduate Scholar. Ashley is currently a trainee on the ‘She Walks with Me’ urban Indigenous doula project in partnership with Aboriginal Health and Wellness Centre of Winnipeg and […]

Grant Bruno

Grant Bruno is nehiyawak (Plains Cree) and a registered member of nipsihkopahk (Samson Cree Nation), one of the reserves that makes up maskwacis (Bear Hills), Alberta. He is a PhD in Medical Sciences – Pediatrics student at the University of Alberta. Grant Bruno is a father, two of his children are on the autism spectrum. […]

Quentin Pittman

Quentin Pittman obtained his BA&Sc at ULethbridge and a PhD at UCalgary, then trained as a postdoctoral fellow at McGill and the Salk Institute. In 1980, he returned to Calgary, where he has received nearly 40 years of external, competitive salary awards as well as continuous research program support from the MRC/CIHR and other agencies. […]

Susan Marlin

Susan Marlin is the President and CEO of Clinical Trials Ontario (CTO), an organization established by the Province of Ontario in 2012 to make Ontario a preferred location for global clinical trials while maintaining the highest ethical standards. Prior to joining CTO served as the Associate Vice-Principal at Queen’s University. Susan worked with the Canadian […]

Kimberly Fairman

Kimberly Fairman is Nunavummiut her home community is Taloyoak. She is the Executive Director at the Institute for Circumpolar Health Research and holds the NEIHR Grant for the Northwest Territories. Kimberly was trained in Nursing and obtained her Master of Public Health Degree from the University of Alberta. She worked in both the federal and […]

Luseadra McKerracher

I have recently become an Assistant Professor of Public Health at Aarhus University in Denmark but, by both training and world view, I am a bio-anthropologist. Bio-anthropology uses methods from anthropology/sociology as well as ecology to study human natural history, ie, to ask questions about how and why human populations vary culturally and biologically. In […]

Marion Williams

Marion has enjoyed a 30 + year career in the Not-For-Profit sector across community, provincial and national healthcare organizations. Her career has spanned mental health, seniors, adults with disabilities, the ALS community and child health. She has a degree in psychology, is a certified Volunteer Manager and a graduate of Leadership Ottawa. She came to […]

Melila Chesick-Gordis

Born in Vancouver, BC, I was raised with a love for nature, physical activity, and my community. In my youth, I was a competitive dancer and later became a certified Fletcher Pilates instructor. Currently, I am a third year Queen’s University student pursuing a Bachelor of Science (Hons.) with a specialization in Kinesiology and a […]