- Scott Bohle
The head honcho, science guru extraordinaire, captain of the ship. For more specific and useful information, click here: Dr. Bohle's Webpage
- Benita Kapuku
Benita completed her BSc in Maynooth University, Ireland and swiftly started her PhD in 2014. She is currently working on a malaria project to have a better understanding of the parasites and drugs interact. Being from DRCongo this project is very dear to her heart. But the real question is: where did she get her accent? Its not Irish or Congolese or South African...
- Cassidy VanderSchee
Cassidy hails from Alberta where she completed her BSc at the King's University. She began her PhD in the fall of 2014 and is doing work related to tungsten toxicity. Besides doing research for the pure joy of it, she also plans to use it as a way to travel for cheap. She wants to learn all the things.
- Danae Guerra
Danae is from Mexico. She started her PhD in Materials Engineering in winter 2014. Currently, she is being co-supervised by Dr. Bohle in a project about the surface of the malaria pigment. She claims that her superpower is to centrifuge at insane speeds without bursting the tubes.
- Ivor Wharf
This adjunct professor claims the inorganic side of our lab as his lair. Whatever problem you think you have, Ivor knows of a nearly-extinct piece of glassware that could solve said problem.
- Kristopher Rosadiuk
Kris just successfully defended his PhD thesis in 2015! He will be staying on for the next year as a postdoc. Kris is remembering what you have forgotten.
- Munendra Yadav
Munendra Yadav is a postdoctoral student at Mcgill. He received M.tech from IIT Delhi, India in 2011 and PhD from KIT Karlsruhe, Germany (2014) with Prof. Peter W. Roesky. His research is focused on chiralgenesis and detoxification of malaria. Apart from research, he enjoys playing badminton and cricket.