UROP winners 2019 | 2020 UROP
1st: Lin Kandakji, Faculty of Science, supervised by George Mintsioulis, Faculty of Medicine.
Project title: Evaluation of Donor Tissue Storage and Preservation Times on Corneal Graft Surgical Outcomes.
2nd: Yun-En Chung, Faculty of Science, supervised by Mathieu Lavallee-Adam and Daniel Figeys, Faculty of Medicine.
Project title: Improving Identification Sensitivity Using Meal-Time-MS: A Machine-Learning-Guided Real-Time Mass Spectrometry Approach.
3rd: Stephanie Drouin, Faculty of Social sciences, supervised by Krystelle Shaughnessy, Faculty of Social Sciences.
Project title: The Big Five Personality Traits and Sexual Self-Disclosure
UROP winners 2020 | 2021 UROP Winners
1st : Aniqa Sheikh, Faculty of Arts, supervised by Lori Beaman, Faculty of Arts.
Project title: Impacts of COVID-19 Restrictions on Muslim Death Rituals in Canada and the UK: A Discourse Analysis.
2nd: Meghana Kesanakurti, Science, supervised by Adam Shuhendler, Science.
Project title: A colour-changing formulation for the diagnosis of cutaneous melanoma
3rd: Alexandra Provost, Faculty of Law, Civil Law Section, supervised by Murielle Paradelle, Faculty of Law, Civil Law Section.
Project title: Les femmes “maricides” victimes de violence conjugale au banc des accusés : L’androcentrisme du droit prouvé.
Students who qualified among finalists for 2019 | 2020
Michelle Chin, Faculty of Arts, supervised by Marie-Josee Hamel, Faculty of Arts.
Project title: Second Language Teachers’ (Digital) Written Corrective Feedback Practices.
Jean-Louis Parmasad, Faculty of Medicine, supervised by Maxime Rousseaux, Faculty of Medicine.
Project title: PFTK1 reduction as a novel strategy to decrease alpha-Synuclein levels in Parkinson disease.
Students who qualified among finalists for 2020 | 2021
Maisha Islam, Faculty of Health Sciences, supervised by Krista Power, Faculty of Health Sciences.
Project title: Impact of Pectin-Supplemented Purified Rodent Diets on Colon Mucus Barrier Integrity In C57B1/6 Male Mice.
Pascale Nevins, Faculty of Science, supervised by Dr. Monica Taljaard, Faculty of Medicine.
Project title: Sample size discrepancies among protocols, registrations and final publications of pragmatic clinical trials.