Every quarter, the ASRJ highlights a new researcher in Atlantic Canada. They can be undergraduate students, graduate students, or professionals performing research. Check back regularly to see who we're featuring now!
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Dr. Hilary Young at the University of New Brunswick's Faculty of Law is highly educated in both law and linguistics. Dr. Young has dedicated her career to research in relation to health law and defamation, teaching at the University of New Brunswick's Faculty of Law and contributing to public debate through writing opinion-editorials.
Ricarda Konder is currently a medical student at Dalhousie Medicine New Brunswick. She has completed research in a variety of fields, including Computational Chemistry, Clinical Ophthalmology, and more recently the History of Medicine, and Bioethical research.
Ricarda has conducted research at the University of New Brunswick, the Netherlands Institute of Innovative Ocular Surgery in Rotterdam, and presently at Dalhousie Medicine New Brunswick.