EP 80: Fairy Creek

Damn white people go hard . Dean gives us a rundown on the history and recent updates regarding Fairy Creek. The gang gives their input on the contrast between eco-activism and indigenous land defence.Fuck Teal Jones. . https://laststandforforests.com/ https://www.yintahaccess.com/ . The Late Late Capitalism Show is a weekly radio show and podcast! We air on […]

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Yuxi Zhang, PhD in Biomedical Engineering: Reducing the Foreign Body Immune Response towards Biomaterial

Overview: My research topic is around the foreign body reaction (FBR) which describes a patient’s biological response to an implanted material or device, and includes tissue injury, blood-material interactions, provisional matrix formation, acute and chronic inflammation, and fibrous matrix deposition surrounding the implant. The inflammatory response to the implant can impair its performance and lifespan. This research […]

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Megan McAllister PhD in Kinesiology & Health Studies – Biomechanics and Neuromechanics

Overview:  I am interested in understanding how and why people walk the way they do. I leverage robotic exoskeletons to change people’s natural way of walking, and I investigate how they adapt to this new environment. I am also the manager of the Queen’s Ergonomics Consulting Program (QECP), and we conduct ergonomic assessments for Queen’s staff and […]

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Interviewee - Sereena McDonald
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Sareena McDonald MSc in Epidemiology – Measuring race as a variable in epidemiological research

“In response to ongoing and systemic Racism in both Canada and the United States, students within the Queen’s University Department of Public Health Sciences expressed interest in improving our understanding of Racist Policy in epidemiology and public health.  With this, we decided to form the Racial Considerations in Epidemiology (RaCE) Task Force, where we could […]

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Chris Spencer on Mountain Building Events

In a news story in the Queen’s Gazette on September 10th, Victoria Klassen wrote a story about mountain-building events a billion years ago a period some geologists have dubbed as the “boring billion,” arguing that the earth’s very thin crust during this time was a sign that no mountain-building events were happening, thus delaying the […]

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