Members of a Network working on

The conference and research team


1st Annual INSPIRe Virtual Symposium September 22nd, 2012

International Network of Student Perspectives In Research

Illuminating the world through student research, networking and discussion

“Exploring ability expectations through diverse disciplines and topics”

Research and conference team

Newest member listed first

Kaitlyn Brien (2011-) finished first year Bachelor Community Rehabilitation and Disability Studies: Research Inquiry course. With great sadness do I announce that Kaitlyn passed away September 03, 2011 😦 See my homage to Kaitlyn here. (Topic: Speech Pathology, history, future)

Camila Sanchez (May 2012-) Faculty of Arts (Topic enhancement and Sport)

Sophya Yumakulov (May-Aug 2010) 4th year Bachelor of Health Science: (USRP supported) (Topics: Children, disabled people, perception , work, ableism) and now again (May 2012-) starting Masters in CHS in Sept 2012 (Topics: social robotics and artificial womb)

Lucy Diep (May 2012-); third year Bachelor Community Rehabilitation and Disability Studies (Topic: Disabled people and Communication)

Jenna Galloway (January 2012-); second year Bachelor of Health Science (Autism grant) (Topic: Autism related) and (organ donation grant) (Topic: organ donation related)

Jacqueline Noga (May 2011-) second year Bachelor of Health Science: (Research Inquiry course/ Genome Canada grant since Sept 2011) (Topics: climate change, water, energy policies, economics, disabled people, ableism)

Jeremy Tynedal (May 2011-) Kinesiology student: (Research Inquiry course/ SSHRC-Sport since Sept 2011) (Topics: therapeutic enhancements and sport, Pistorius, Paralympics, ableism)

Alshaba Billawala (Sept 2011-) Third year Bachelor of Health Science (HSOC 408); (Topics: Autism, ableism)

Verlyn Leopatra (Sept 2010) Third year Bachelor of Health Science: (Genome Canada till Sept 2011; SSHRC since Sept 2011; HSOC 408) (MDSC 508 honour thesis)(Topics: climate change, water, energy, sensors, therapeutic enhancements, disabled people, health consumerism, ableism)

Angelica Martin (Sept 2010-) Third Year Bachelor of Health Science: (SSHRC-enhancement till Sept 2011; HSOC 408) (Topics: veterans, therapeutic enhancements, immigrants, ableism)

Natalie Ball (Sept 2010-) Third year Bachelor of Health Science: (SSHRC CURA till Sept 2011; HSOC 408)(MDSC 508 honour thesis)(Topics: Eugenics, therapeutic enhancement, neuroenhancement, cognitive enhancement, health promotion, disabled people, ableism)

Emily Hutcheon (June 2010 -) started last year Bachelor of Health Science Honour Thesis now continues as Master student (SSHRC-Sport since Sept 2011); (Topics: education, disabled people, symbolic violence, youth, ableism)

Former research students (not part of conference team):

Jaskarn Jawanda Oct 2011-April 2012) second year Bachelor of Health Science (UofC bridge fund) (Topics: Therapeutic enhancements, impact on health system, ableism)

Seyyed Ghaderi (Oct 2009-2012) PhD student in ISEEE program (2009-) (Genome Canada) (Topics: Metagenomics, climate change, energy, water, ableism)

Brigid Burke (May-Aug 2010), guest from University of Toronto: Research Inquiry course (Topics: education, BIAS FREE Framework, ableism)

Daniela Navia, Sibat Khwaja, Niklas Bobrovitz (May-Nov 2008)  second year Bachelor of Health Science : (Alberta Innovate supported) (Topics: synthetic biology)

for more about us the Wolb Pack and our supervisor see here

The logo was designed by Verlyn Leopatra

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