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Postdoctoral Fellows

Dr. Isaac Kurtzer is currently an Assistant Professor in the department of Neuroscience and Histology at New York College of Osteopathic Medicine

Ph.D Students

Dr. Angela Coderre finished her Ph.D in March 2011.

Dr. Timothy Lillicrap is currently a Postdoctoral Research Fellow in the Department of Pharmacology at University of Oxford.

MSc. Students

Amr Abu-Zeid

Mariam Baig

Bill Cabel has completed his MBA and is currently working abroad.

Melanie Demmer has received her degree and is now teaching at a private school near Omemee, ON.

Baiju Devani completed his M.Sc Degree in Computing and Information Science. While in the lab, he developed a data warehouse system to manage and analyze behavioral data.

Kirsten Graham graduated from vet school at the University of Guelph.

Geoff King is attending St. Augustine's Seminary in Scarborough.

Tereza Korbel is currently attending vet school at the University of Guelph.

Stacey Rombough has completed her occupational therapy program at University of Toronto.

Past Summer Students/Project Students

  • Sherwin Chan
  • Jake Crookall
  • Kris Croome
  • Brent Davis
  • Tom Depew
  • Steve Dorrepaal
  • Cheryl Dunham
  • Thomas Ferguson
  • Kevin Gu
  • Michelle Hapuarachi
  • Kirk Haunts
  • Diana Hsiang
  • Benjamin Hu
  • Quynh Huynh
  • Ali Jahed
  • Raul Kuchinad
  • Evan Kuo
  • Tony Kuo
  • Penny Letts
  • Jenny Li
  • Nicole Love
  • Jonathan Michaels
  • Mary Muir
  • Elishka Pek
  • Addison Rich
  • Brock Sirko
  • Vidya Sri
  • Sharon Wong
  • Helen Xu
  • Lu Yang

Past Staff

Peter Boyd was a laboratory software engineer. Peter was involved in designing and implementing experimental control and data acquisition software. He is currently working in Toronto.

Dr. Ian Brown works part-time as Manager of Biomedical Product Development and part-time as Vice-President of BKIN Technologies. Dr. Brown received his B.A.Sc. in Engineering Physics here at Queen’s University, followed by a Ph.D. in muscle physiology, also at Queen’s, and then a post-doctoral fellowship at Caltech in the field of cerebellar neurophysiology. Before leaving Los Angeles, Dr. Brown spent 1.5 years as a researcher at the A.E. Mann Institute for Biomedical Engineering.  Dr. Brown has been working on technology development since moving back to Canada in the spring of 2002.  His work has focused primarily on the KINARM product line, including hardware, software and task development, and on managing the transfer of technology from lab to commercial enterprise.

Chris Grebeldinger was a laboratory software engineer from 2003 to 2005.

Jennifer Scott was a laboratory technician and now works for Dr. Cook and Dr. Levy at Queen's in the CNS.

Jon Swaine was a computer programmer in the lab.

Previous Visiting Scholars

Dr. Ted Milner is now a professor at McGill University in Montréal.

Dr. Daichi Nozaki is currently at the Research Institute of National Rehabilitation Center for Persons with Disabilities under a grant from the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science.