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At Brock University, we strive to make a difference. Our research and scholarship addresses real-world challenges; in the process, we come up with knowledge and insights that may be helpful to society. In this series, our researchers and scholars share what they’ve learned through their work.

Featured researcher

Ana Sanchez

Professor, Health Sciences
Faculty of Applied Health Sciences

Ana Sanchez’s work focuses on conducting primary field and laboratory research on neglected parasitic diseases such as soil-transmitted helminths and tapeworm parasites of humans and pigs, mostly in Honduras. Additionally, she is interested in tackling bigger issues around capacity building and increasing research proficiencies in developing countries. The synergies deriving from these two lines of work have led to her involvement with national and international organizations assisting in the prioritization of research and the developing of research systems.

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Elizabeth Shulman

Assistant Professor, Psychology
Faculty of Social Sciences

Louis Volante

Professor, Educational Studies
Faculty of Education

Gary Libben

Professor, Applied Linguistics
Faculty of Social Sciences

Patrick Reid

Assistant Professor, Sport Management
Faculty of Applied Health Sciences

Simon Black

Assistant Professor, Labour Studies
Faculty of Social Sciences

Danielle Sirianni-Molnar

Associate Professor, Child and Youth Studies
Faculty of Social Sciences

Christopher Fullerton

Associate Professor, Geography and Tourism Studies
Faculty of Social Sciences

Miriam Richards

Professor, Biological Sciences
Faculty of Mathematics and Science

Elizabeth Greene

Associate Professor, Classics
Faculty of Humanities

Kimberly Cote

Professor, Psychology
Faculty of Social Sciences

Gary Pickering

Professor, Biological Sciences and Psychology
Faculty of Mathematics and Science