PhD student Javad Alizadeh is using innovative techniques, like three-dimensional bioprinting, to better understand how to prevent metastasis in lung cancer patients.
Profiles: Megan Dudenhoeffer
Megan Dudenhoeffer has been asking questions about nature and wildlife all her life. Now, her curiosity has taken her to the University of Manitoba’s Department of Biological Sciences, where she is studying Arctic and red fox diet and population dynamics in Churchill, Manitoba.
Profiles: Dr. Shirin Moossavi
PhD student Dr. Shirin Moossavi wants to bring a more personalized approach to medicine through her research at the University of Manitoba.
Profiles: Kevin Boreskie
First-year PhD student Kevin Boreskie believes that physical activity promotion is critical to the health of our aging population. His research out of the Albrechtsen Research Centre at the St. Boniface Hospital is investigating how physical activity can prevent cardiovascular
Profiles: Belinda Blair
Belinda Blair (Nicholson) hopes to make a difference through her research on coded messages of whiteness in missionary educational texts.
Profiles: Angelina McLeod
Angelina McLeod’s research at the Department of Native Studies is one of many ways that this activist, director and filmmaker is connecting with her culture and community. Her thesis research focuses on sacred Anishinaabeg birch scrolls that have been passed
Profiles: Eduardo Vergolino
Eduardo Vergolino left a tenured university position to pursue a PhD from the University of Manitoba’s Department of Native Studies. He hopes to return to the Federal Institute of Pernambuco in August 2019 with knowledge that will help foster Indigenous education
Profiles: Karine Martel
Karine Martel’s ancestors had Scrip land not far from the University of Manitoba’s Fort Garry campus, right in the homeland of the Métis nation. Now, she has come home to study a landmark Supreme Court case that could affect the
Profiles: Emily Henderson
After performing a dance at the 40th Elder’s and Traditional People’s Gathering at Trent University, Emily Henderson was asked a difficult question about non-Indigenous involvement in Indigenous art forms. Now, she is looking for answers through her research at the University of
Profiles: Carmine Slipski
PhD student Carmine Slipski is using a mechanical approach to help solve the growing problem of antimicrobial resistance. A third-place winner of the 2018 3 Minute Thesis competition, his research looks to understand the role that efflux pumps play in