PhD Candidate, BME
Bryan currently holds an Ontario Graduate Scholarship and completed a B.Eng. in Chemical and Bioengineering (McMaster). His research focuses on characterization and evaluation of biomaterials for implant purposes.
PhD Candidate, MSE
Xiaoyue holds the Ontario Trillium Scholarship for PhD studies. Her research focus on using correlative 4D tomographies to characterize bone-implant interface.
Dr. Kathryn Grandfield is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Materials Science & Engineering and School of Biomedical Engineering at McMaster University, where she leads the Grandfield Research Group, and is a Dean’s Honour Role instructor for both undergraduate and graduate curriculum. She is presently second Vice-President of the Microscopical Society of Canada, elected board member for the Canadian Biomaterials Society, and Director of User Operations at the Canadian Centre for Electron Microscopy. Dr. Grandfield is the 2017 recipient of the Petro Canada - McMaster University Young Innovator Award.
Postdoc, Preventative and Restorative Dental Sciences, University of California, San Francisco (2013)
PhD, Engineering Sciences, Uppsala University, Sweden (2012)
M.A.Sc., Materials Science and Engineering, McMaster University, Canada (2010)
B.Eng., Materials Science and Engineering, McMaster University, Canada (2008)
MASc Candidate, BME
Ivan is a MASc student co-supervised by Prof. Henry Schwarcz. He holds a Honours BSc in Biochemistry & Molecular Biology (Trent). His work focuses on the investigation of the ultrastructure of human osteoporotic bone with electron microscopy.
MASc Candidate, MSE
Dakota holds an Ontario Graduate Scholarship and received her Honours B.Sc. in Integrated Science (McMaster). Her research includes works on chemical fabrication of implant coatings, and characterization of bone on the micro and nano length scales with scanning and transmission electron microscopy.
PhD Candidate, MSE Exchange
Natália is an exchange PhD student from Federal University of Pelotas, Brazil. Her research focuses on development, characterization and evaluation of biomaterials for tissue engineering purposes.
Iflah Shahid is an undergraduate Honours Chemical Biology student at McMaster, and an NSERC USRA recipient for summer 2017. Iflah is investigating biomaterial development and approaches for visualizing bone 3D structure.
MASc Candidate, BME
Chiara is a MASc student taking part in a dual degree program between McMaster University and Politecnico di Milano (Italy). Her research focuses on improving biocompatibility of titanium implants via surface modification and local drug delivery.
Dr. Lourdes Couoh
James Tedesco, Materials Science and Engineering
Daniel Osorio, Materials Science and Engineering
Vicky Vuong, Materials Science and Engineering
Emily-Rose Creighton, School of Biomedical Engineering
Furqan Shah, PhD Candidate University of Gothenburg, Sweden
Madeline Perrin, Materials Engineering, McGill University Coop
Patricia Nguyen, Kinesiology, McMaster
Alex Lin, Materials Science and Engineering, Northwestern University
Kristoff Malejczuk, University of Waterloo Coop
Pauline Bialas, INPG Grenoble Exchange Student
Samantha Ho, MSE, McMaster
Carolyn Willems, MSE, McMaster