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From A Student's Perspective - Life & Adventure

What have our graduate students been up to during their stay at Queen's? How have they taken the Queen's experience and made it their own? Read the stories below to get an exciting look at graduate life from a student's perspective.

Piriya & MattPiriya & Mathieu
Pathology and Molecular Medicine
​Finding a Novel Strategy to Treat Cancer 
Kristiina & NicoleKristiina & Nicle
Anatomy & Cell Biology, DBMS
Reflecting on Queen's Anatomy Program
Marie-Lou BeauchampMarie-Lou Beauchamp
Art Conservation
Leading towards a dream career
Chelsy PrinceChelsy Prince
Researching her passion
Tyler VanceTyler Vance
Biomedical & Molecular Sciences
Transitioning to grad
Amanda TraceyAmanda Tracey
A true labour of love...
Nicolle DomnikNicole Domnik 
Biomedical & Molecular Sciences
Possibilities at grad school
Yaoting ZhangYaoting Zhang
Balancing complex research
Mandy St.RoseMandy St.Rose
Civil Engineering
Visiting Research Student from the West Indies
Ian CuthbertsonIan. A. Cuthbertson
Cultural Studies
"Give researchers a venue & they'll impress you"
Daniel VenaDaniel Vena
Cultural Studies
High flying ambition
Linda GrussaniLinda Grussani
Cultural Studies
A portrait of success
Michael KottelenbergMike Kottelenberg
Goes into the Research Date Centre vault
Erik DrysdaleErik Drysdale
Forecasting in the financial world
PHoto of Tian LuTian Lu
Electrical & Computer Engineering
Recipient Brian Yealland Community Award
Photo of Jennifer HardwickJennifer Hardwick
Story as a Form of Resistance
photo of Joanne LinnayJoanne Linnay
Environmental Studies
CIDA funded Cape Town research.
Melanie WalkerMelanie Walker
Creating a niche for herself
Atif Kukaswadia Atif Kukaswadia
Avid scientist & writer
Sara Korosi Sara Korosi
Global Development
A track record of ambitious involvement...
Mary ChaktsirisMary Chaktsiris
The Curiosity Cruiser
Ryan PlenerRyan Plener
Industrial Relations/Law
Crossroads of Law & Industry.
photo o f Sarah-BarnesSarah Barnes
Kinesiology & Health Studies
Shooting for the Stars
Marie-Lou BeauchampJane Thomson
Vanier Scholar
Ana Patricia Chuc GamboaAna Patricia Chuc Gamboa
International Trade Law and Human Rights
Asia Mathews instructs at MathquestMathQuest
Mathematics & Statistics
How our grads are helping others...
Ryan Pitrie with his lunar modelRyan Pitrie
Mechanical Engineering
Collaborating with Industry partners...
photo of Ellen and KayEllen & Vanessa
Medical Doctor & Researcher!
OutreachOutreach Program
Giving back to the community.
Charlotte HolmgrenCharlotte Holmgren
Nursing (PHCNP)
On a Quest for Knowledge
Palak PetalPalak Patel
Pathology & Molecular Medicine
Collaborative Cancer Research
Jesse LaiJesse Lai
Pathology & Molecular Medicine
Off to the Netherlands to continue his research
Sarah RampersadSarah Rampersad
Pathology & Molecular Medicine
Understanding the Exchange of Bio-Messages
Yulei ZhaoYulei Zhao
Pathology & Molecular Medicine
Conquering Drug Resitance in Cancer Patients
Matt RatsepMatt Ratsep
Pharmacology & Toxicology
Creating change ...
Bailey GerritsBailey Gerrits
Political Studies
Trudeau Scholar studies domestic violence 
Sara PavanSara Pavan
Political Studies
Research World opens up for Sara...
Katherine HolshausenKatherine Holshausen
Steps in the right direction
Photo of Kelly OgilvieKelly Ogilvie
Public Health
Getting practical about Public Health...
Photo of MPH student, Osama_BerradaOsama Berrada
Public Health
Arriving at a critical juncture...
Kasha PykaKasha Pyka
Rehabilitation Science
Exercise is such a simple preventative measure
Tessa Elliott_Thumbnail.Tessa Elliott
Rehabilitation Science
Looking at Gait & Mobility in People with MS
PriscillaFerrazi_Thumbnail.Priscilla Ferrazzi
Rehabilitation Science
Canadian arctic mental health & criminal justice
Photo of Nathan TownendNathan Townend
Religious Studies
Is religion something only humans do?