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At BCCDC, I use DNA sequencing to understand how outbreaks of infectious disease start and how they spread. When not tracking bugs, I can often be found on CBC's The Nature of Things, guest-hosting science documentaries!

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I am a medical doctor who specializes in the medicolegal investigation of death. I am responsible for using medical and scientific information to determine how and why a person died.

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Chief Executive Officer - essentially, I take care of fundraising, business direction, and team management.

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I'm currently a senior physics student at the University of British Columbia. This means that I spend a good amount of my day focussed on school. I attend class throughout the day, with my current course load ranging from climate modelling to theoretical particle physics.

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I create and manipulate sounds to elicit an emotion with picture.

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I am the development manager and technical lead for a team of software engineers. I am responsible for the engineering direction, as well as the way the team functions day to day. I remove blockers, and work to align various groups to get things done. I develop my team, and help them reach their potential.

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I am a faculty member in the Dept of Psychology with special duties in the Teaching & Learning Commons. I also support BC institutions with their open education initiatives.

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Study the philosophy of science education and advise agencies developing school science curriculum.

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I write code to build and maintain software, specifically the Hubba website.

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Managing a social enterprise enables me to have a real impact throughout numerous communities, big and small, across Canada in the fields of education, technology, and entrepreneurship.

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