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Magoski, Neil Health Sciences, Medicine, School of, Biomedical and Molecular Sciences, Department of Ion channel regulation by second messengers and the control of neuronal excitability. Study how behavior of a neuron can be altered for extended periods following brief sensory input.
Maha Othman Arts and Science, Health Sciences, Medicine, School of, Biomedical and Molecular Sciences, Department of Hemostasis
Maleeka Thaker Arts and Science, Environmental Studies, School of
Malsch, Bertrand Business, Smith School of accounting, regulation and control, corporate governance, corporate social responsibility, financial auditing and professional expertise
Manley, Paul Medicine, School of, Pathology and Molecular Medicine, Department of Laboratory management, liver pathology, Translational aspects of Gastrointestinal cancer
Manson, Allan Law Criminal Law, Sentencing and Imprisonment, Evidence
Maracle, Laura L Centres Indigenous studies, business management
Margaret Biggs Arts and Science, Political Studies, Department of, Business, Smith School of, Policy Studies, School of
Mark Berber Health Sciences, Medicine, School of, Psychiatry, Department of mental health
Mark Erdman
Mark Richardson Arts and Science, Physics, Engineering Physics and Astronomy, Department of astronomy, galaxies, galaxy formation, cosmology, astronomy simulations, gravitational waves, black holes, planets, extrasolar planets, particle astrophysics
Marsha Rampersaud Arts and Science, Sociology, Department of justice system experiences and outcomes for young adults who have had dual involvement in Canada's child welfare and criminal justice system.
Marshall, Joshua Engineering and Applied Science, Electrical and Computer Engineering, Department of, Mechanical and Materials Engineering, Department of, Mining, The Robert M. Buchan Department of mining systems, field robotics, and automation, development and application of methods for perception, modelling, and control of mining equipment and processes, extreme mining scenarios, including planetary exploration and mining research
Martin Hand Arts and Science, Sociology, Department of Digital Culture: temporality, visuality, datafication, memory, ethnography, theory; Consumption: theory and practice, sustainability, mundane technologies; Cultural Sociology: cultural institutions, material culture, theory
Martin Korzeniowski Health Sciences, Cancer Research Institute, Medicine, School of, Oncology, Department of HDR Brachytherapy, Prostate Cancer, Breast Cancer
Martin, Luc Arts and Science, Kinesiology and Health Studies, School of motor development, sport psychology, group dynamics principles
Martin, Paul Arts and Science, Biology, Department of
Martou, Glykeria Health Sciences, Medicine, School of, Surgery, Department of, Plastic Surgery, Division of Plastic surgery, Reconstruction of oncologic ablative defects, Breast reconstruction, Evaluation of quality of life following breast reconstruction, Medical education and the development of teaching tools
Mary Ann McColl Health Sciences, Medicine, School of, Public Health Sciences, Department of, Rehabilitation Therapy, School of Disability and health services, aging and disability, disability policy, community integration and social support, primary care for special populations (e.g. spinal cord injury, veterans' health).
Maslove, David Medicine, School of, Medicine, Department of informatics, genomics, and the use of biomedical Big Data to address current challenges in Critical Care Medicine.
Massey, Thomas Arts and Science, Environmental Studies, School of, Health Sciences, Medicine, School of, Biomedical and Molecular Sciences, Department of The importance of metabolism of drugs and environmental chemicals on the toxicity of these compounds; the consequences of carcinogen-induced DNA damage; the ability of certain chemicals to change DNA repair activity; and the mechanisms by which toxic chemicals accumulate in target cells and initiate cell damage. Several different organs are studied, but there is particular emphasis on the lung and the colon as targets.
Matthew Duda Arts and Science, Biology, Department of Using paleolimnological techniques to understand long-term seabird population dynamics.
Matthew Reeve Arts and Science, Art, Department of Medieval art, architecture and aesthetics, episodes of medievalism in Western art, British art, relationships between architecture, the decorative arts and the history of sexuality, and the historiography.
Matthew Strauss Health Sciences, Medicine, School of
Matthews, John Medicine, School of, Medicine, Department of, Hematology, Oncology, Palliative Care, and Bioethics, Division of Vitamin B12 inhibitors; tissue culture; hematology; mermatologic oncology
Maur, Mary-Jo Law Torts, family law, civil procedure, alternative dispute resolution
Maurice, Donald Health Sciences, Medicine, School of, Biomedical and Molecular Sciences, Department of, Pathology and Molecular Medicine, Department of Cardiovascular Pharmacology, Phosphodiesterases, Erectile Dysfunction Drugs
Maxwell Hartt Arts and Science, Geography and Planning, Department of themes that explore the relationship between significant demographic shifts, quality of life, and planning policy
Maynard, Steven Arts and Science, History, Department of History of Sexuality, Gender and working-class history, Foucault studies, historiography, and archival theory and practice
McAuley, Kimberley Engineering and Applied Science, Chemical Engineering, Department of Mathematical Modeling, Parameter Estimation, Process Monitoring and Control, Polymerization, Polymer Gel Dosimetry
McCaughey, J. Harry Arts and Science, Geography and Planning, Department of boundary layer climatology, forest-atmosphere interactions in respect to carbon, water and energy exchanges
McDonald, Arthur Arts and Science, Physics, Engineering Physics and Astronomy, Department of Dark matter, Subatomic Physics, SNO (the Sudbury Neutrino Observatory)
McDonald, David Arts and Science, Environmental Studies, School of, Global Development Studies public versus private service delivery (with a focus on water, electricity and health care, urbanization, environmental justice and uneven development, competing conceptions of 'public' and how they have changed and been transformed under neoliberalism, international migration with the Southern African Migration Project
McGarry, John Arts and Science, Political Studies, Department of Ethnic politics, power-sharing; federalism; consociationalism; conflict resolution; constitutional design; politics of deeply divided places, such as Cyprus, Iraq, Northern Ireland
McGraw, Robert Health Sciences, Medicine, School of, Emergency Medicine, Department of Medical education, evaluations, skill training and acquisition, clinical simulation and procedural skills learning and assessment. 
McInnis, R Marvin Arts and Science, Economics, Department of Canadian Economic Development in the 19th Century; Farming and Forest Industries in North American Economic Development; The Demographic Transition in Canada; The Great Emigration from Canada, 1860-1900
McIsaac, George Engineering and Applied Science, Mining, The Robert M. Buchan Department of Mining, mineral economics, precious metals, base metals, scoping, financial feasibility analysis, design, cut-off grades, exploration, underground and surface mining methods
McKegney, Sam Arts and Science, English Language and Literature, Department of
McKinnon, Stephen Arts and Science, Geological Sciences and Geological Engineering, Department of, Engineering and Applied Science, Mining, The Robert M. Buchan Department of Design of mine layouts and sequences using analytical, numerical and empirical methods; Mining in high stress rockburst prone environments, interpretation of mining seismicity; Geotechnical assessment of mining methods involving: stress field measurement and analysis, rock mass classification, numerical modelling, stability analysis, support design, instrumentation program design and interpretation; Rock slope stability analysis
McLean, Alastair Arts and Science, Physics, Engineering Physics and Astronomy, Department of nano-science, scanning tunneling microscopy, light emission from nanostructures and molecules, Condensed Matter Physics & Optics
McLellan, James Arts and Science, Mathematics and Statistics, Department of, Engineering and Applied Science, Chemical Engineering, Department of Process analysis and control, statistical methods, Functional Data Analysis, Real-Time Optimization Using Mechanistic and Empirical Models, Identifiability of Process Models, Fault Detection Using Multivariate Statistical Techniques, Sensitivity Analysis, MITACS Project - Advanced Parameter Estimation Tools for Building Models of Chemical Processes
McNevin, Stephen Health Sciences, Medicine, School of, Psychiatry, Department of Student mental health, problems of young adults, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder and related disability. Diagnosis and mangement of Borderline Personality Disorder
Meaghan Shoemaker Arts and Science, Political Studies, Department of, Centres and Services, Office of the VP (Research), Centre for International and Defence Policy Feminist international relations, Military gender studies, Conflict and conflict resolution, International security
Meghan McInnis Arts and Science, Psychology, Department of
Mennell, Jan Arts and Science, Languages, Literatures and Cultures, Department of Jewish Latin American Literature, Latin American Women’s Literature, Latin American Film, Latin American Development, Indigenous Issues of Latin America and Politics of Minority Identities in Latin America..
Mercier, Adele Arts and Science, French Studies, Department of, Philosophy, Department of Language and gender, Francophone issues, Chomsky (the linguist), same-sex marriage, philosophy of Language, Philosophy of Mind, Logic, Semantics, Linguistic Theory 
Metcalf, Cherie Law
Mewhort, Douglas Arts and Science, Psychology, Department of My research concerns human performance and how to model it. Current work centres on computational models for perception and memory with emphasis on decision and choice in speeded-performance tasks.
Michael Health Sciences, Medicine, School of Oncology, Neonatology and Diabetes
Michael Hefferon Health Sciences, Medicine, School of Oncology, Neonatology and Diabetes

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