School of Graduate Studies

School of Graduate Studies
School of Graduate Studies

Homecoming Luncheon 2016

Graduate Studies Research Showcase

The inaugural Graduate Student Research Showcase and Luncheon provides alumni with a snapshot of the scope and impact of the research conducted by our current graduate students. Alumni are invited to join this event where our students share their discoveries and passion for research and foster a network with the Queen’s alumni community. Queen’s Nobel Prize recipient Art McDonald will deliver welcoming remarks and set the tone for an exciting event. Join us to celebrate 175 years of Queen's research!

Date and Location

Saturday, October 15, 2016 - 9:15am to 12:30pm
Location: Donald Gordon Centre, 421 Union Street West


$20 per ticket for showcase attendance, snacks, and buffet lunch:
Register and pay through the Homecoming online registration.

Event Details

9:15 am: Registration, refreshments, and networking
9:45 am: Presentations begin (10:30 am: coffee break)
11:30 am: Buffet Luncheon and networking


Student Program Supervisor Title

Lambe, Laura


Dr Wendy Craig

Standing up to school bullying: Does defending come with a cost?

Gilbert, Peter

Chemical Engineering

Dr Jeffrey Giacomin

Molecular origins of polymer rheology

Haxho, Fiona


Dr Myron Szewczuk

Understanding pancreatic cancer: new insights and molecular approaches in research

Normandeau, Catherine 


Dr Eric Dumont

The Effects of Chronic Stress on the Brain

McCubbin, Sandra


Dr Alice Hovorka

Problem Lions in Botswana: Conflict, Conservation, and Power

Dies, Hannah

Chemical Engineering (Biomedical)

Dr. Aris Docoslis and Dr. Carolos Escobedo

Development of a novel surface-enhanced Raman scattering substrate for chemical and biological sensing

Sedghi, Alireza


Dr Parvin Mousavi

Detection of prostate cancer using ultrasound temporal sequences

Phipps, Erica

Kinesiology & Health Studies

Dr Jeff Masuda

Unfit housing and health inequities affecting tenants on low income

Moody, Oluwatobiloba


Dr Bita Amani

Biopiracy; a curable cancer through international law

Burnie, Andrew


Dr Andrew Evans

Rhodium-Catalyzed Carbocyclization Reactions

Cui, Anja-Xiaoxing


Dr Lola Cuddy & Dr Nikolaus Troje

How our minds help us learn about music

For more details on this event and other Homecoming events, go to the Homecoming website.