Associate Departmental Representatives


Associate Departmental Representatives (ADRs) are student or postdoctoral members of the CSBBCS (the Society). They are appointed annually in order to increase the involvement of associate members in the Society, and to mentor the next generation of Society leaders. ADRs help spread the word about all aspects of the Society (e.g., what the CSBBCS is, what awards available from the Society), thereby increasing the participation of the next generation of researchers in all Society activities (e.g., attending the annual conference and the Annual General Meeting, by contributing to advocacy campaigns).

The 2018-2019 ADRs are:

British Columbia

University of British Columbia Okanagan: Kaylee Misener

University of Victoria: Morgan Teskey

 

Alberta

Athabasca University: Lorelei Storm

University of Alberta:  Ana Sharma

 

Saskatchewan

University of Regina: Rebekah Corpuz

University of Saskatchewan: Ian Newman

 

Manitoba

University of Manitoba: Bradley Smith

 

Ontario

University of Guelph: Elizabeth Clancy

Lakehead University: Alexandrea Macey

McMaster University: Carmen Tu

Queen's University: Pelin Tan

Ryerson University: Sean Gilmore

University of Toronto: Zorry Belchev

University of Waterloo: Melissa Meade

Western University: Mason Kadem

Wilfrid Laurier University: Mario Doyle

University of Windsor: Simritpal Malhi

York University (Psychology): Gifty Asare

 

Québec

Concordia University: Anne Lafay

 

New Brunswick

Université de Moncton: Dominic Guitard

Mount Allison University: Laura Schneeberger

 

Nova Scotia

Dalhousie University: Ralph Redden

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Don't see your school listed? Nominate yourself or a friend to serve as an Associate Department Representative! Please e-mail secretary@csbbcs.org with your name and e-mail address and the name of your school to become an ADR.

CSBBCS 2019

The 2019 conference will be held between June 7th and 9th at the University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Ontario. Registration and abstract submissions will open in February. Please visit the 2019 meeting page.