POINT-SCIENCE CREATOR

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Fatéma Dodat

PhD in Pharmaceutical Sciences from Faculté de Pharmacie and Institut de Recherche en Immunologie et en Cancérologie (IRIC) of Université de Montréal

With a double background in pharmaceutical sciences and molecular biology, I like to make science accessible and interesting. I did an internship in communication and media relations at IRIC in order to acquire solid skills in scientific communication.

Find out more about my other experiences in scientific outreach.

SPEAKERS ON POINT-SCIENCE

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Jack Bauer

PhD candidate in Molecular Biology at Institut de Recherche en Immunologie et en Cancérologie (IRIC) of Université de Montréal

As a doctoral student in biology at the University of Montreal, I like to promote the importance of academic research through initiatives in science diplomacy and use different forms of visual art to communicate my passion for science.

Laura Bojarskaité

PhD in Neuroscience at the Institute of Basic Medical Sciences (Faculty of Medicine) of University of Oslo

I am researching sleep, brainwashing and the beautiful star shaped cells of the brain - the astrocytes, in order to understand why we sleep and how astrocytes are involved in sleep. I am passionate about making science accessible to the general public so that more people can be fascinated by science and benefit from it!

Discover my interview on : "Sleep for the win!"

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Martin Chenal

PhD student in Biology at the National Institute for Scientific Research (INRS) in Montreal


After several stages of research on HIV, it is finally in bacteriology that I have to specialize. The domain of the infinitely small is surprisingly complex, which is why I am committed to popularizing it and sharing it with the general public.

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Maude Hamilton

Master student in Cellular Biology at the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences of Universit

I am researching sleep, brainwashing and the beautiful star shaped cells of the brain - the astrocytes, in order to understand why we sleep and how astrocytes are involved in sleep. I am passionate about making science accessible to the general public so that more people can be fascinated by science and benefit from it!

Discover my interview on : "Sleep for the win!"

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Kevin L'Espérance

PhD student in Public Health and Epidemiology at the University of Montreal and at the CHUM Research Center.

As a biochemist and epidemiologist, my research interests focus on genetics and lifestyle habits related to the health of populations. I like to make science simple, exciting and accessible to everyone.

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Myreille Larouche

PhD candidate in Biochemistry at Institut de Recherche en Immunologie et en Cancérologie (IRIC) of Université de Montréal

In the lab, I'm trying to get a better understanding of how the cells, the LEGO blocks in our body, divide effectively. At the same time, I work to make science accessible and fun for my fellow citizens from all walks of life.

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Sara Marullo

PhD candidate in Molecular Biology at Institut de Recherche en Immunologie et en Cancérologie (IRIC) of Université de Montréal

Because communication is the key to success, I am interested in the communication that takes place in our cells and is often deregulated in certain forms of cancer. And since a good sketch is better than a long speech, I share my curiosity and my science by drawing!

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Romain Melich

Graduated from the doctoral school of chemistry at the Claude Bernard University in Lyon (France)

Graduated from a PhD in the Laboratory of Automation, Process Engineering and Pharmaceutical Engineering, I am naturally curious and passionate about research. I am currently working on the development of contrast agents in the form of bubbles and drops, for ultrasound biomedical applications for diagnosis and / or therapy.

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Maria Virginia Ruiz Cuevas

PhD candidate in Bioinformatics at Institut de Recherche en Immunologie et en Cancérologie (IRIC) of Université de Montréal

After graduating in Computer Science in Colombia, I decided to explore the world by studying abroad. I did a master's degree in bioinformatics in Paris amd here I am in Montreal (Canada). I aspire to continue to discover the world and for now, my research focuses on the study of the cells that govern the immune system and aims to complete the repertoire of human immunopeptide to develop immunotherapeutic protocols.

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Alexandra Soler

PhD in human health biology at the University of Montpellier (France)

With a PhD in cancer biology, I am passionate about bench work and the development of new research techniques. I also love to picture science so that non-scientists can playfully understand how our human body works.

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Florence Véronneau-Veilleux

PhD candidate in Pharmacometry at Faculté de Pharmacie of Université de Montréal

With a master's degree in applied mathematics, I am particularly interested in modeling and the contribution of mathematics to other disciplines. I am also passionate about teaching and popular science.

Want to share your passion and expertise for your area of research?

Write to me to suggest a topic!