Editorial Team

 

Mary Cheuk

Mary is an undergraduate student at the University of Alberta, working towards a BSc specializing in Psychology. Through Eureka, she hopes to promote the many niches of science and make research more approachable to undergraduate students. Mary has been involved in many facets of research, her main interests including mental health and neuropsychology. Currently, she is studying rhythm and stuttering as a part of Dr. Louck's lab. In her free time, Mary is usually reading or sketching with a sitcom on in the background. ✉︎
 

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Daniela Roth

Daniela is a PhD student at the U of A School of Dentistry, studying craniofacial development and the role that cranial sutures have in midfacial growth. With a BSc in Physiology and Developmental Biology, her current research brings together a long-time passion for pathology and the amazing, complex processes underlying development. Most of her days are spent at the lab bench tending to bone cell cultures or staining skulls. Her passion in research lies in the importance of curiosity and interdisciplinary thinking in broadening the horizons of science. Daniela hopes to bring this perspective to Eureka, making it an exciting and creative platform to showcase the cutting edge undergraduate research going on at the University of Alberta.  ✉︎
 

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Ludwig Paul Cabling

Paul is a Geoscientist-in-Training and MSc student at the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering studying the environmental performance of emerging urban water and wastewater systems. Having first experienced geoscience and community-based research as an undergrad, he has become an advocate for science communication, outreach, and education. He is heavily involved with the Canadian Association on Water Quality and the International Water Association's Young Water Professionals Chapter in Canada. Outside of the ivory tower, he enjoys checking out new restaurants and unwinding by going to the gym or playing the flute.  ✉︎
 

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Sherry Gu

Sherry is an undergraduate student in the neuroscience program at the University of Alberta. Sherry is involved in several ongoing projects in the Colbourne Lab, where she studies changes in cell morphology following stroke. She is passionate about creating research opportunities for undergraduate students in science, with the goal of encouraging students to dive into the academic world and explore their interests. On days that she doesn’t do school work (which is often more than just weekends), you’ll find Sherry rewatching her favourite shows and eating ramen. ✉︎
 

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