People

Lecturer
Expertise

Folk & fairy tales, social justice & feminism, vampires in popular culture, monstrosity in literature & film, science fiction & fantasy, young-adult literature, contemporary fairy tales, fairy-tale film, social media, television, film & pop culture, social networks, social networking

phone: 6048223016
Assistant Professor
Expertise

plasticity, learning, memory, stress, mental health, emotional behaviour

phone: 6048223269
Professor
Fields
Expertise

Health services research, hip fracture care, cardiac care, causal inference, biostatistics

phone: 6048754558
Clinical Assistant Professor
Expertise

Common mental health problems, anxiety, depression, psychological trauma, psychotherapy, cognitive behaviour therapy, group cognitive behaviour therapy, panic attacks, mental illness

phone: 6042789711
phone: 7789967735
phone: 6048221958
Postdoctoral Fellow & Sessional Lecturer
Expertise

Seismic retrofit strategies for low-rise unreinforced masonry, Ecofriendly Ductile Cementitious Composite (Earthquake-Resistant Concrete or EDCC), structural engineering, earthquake engineering, Structural Health Monitoring (SHM), vibrations of structures, structural rehabilitation, building condition assessment, civil infrastructure repair & strengthening, innovative construction materials, advanced concrete technology, Non-Destructive Testing (NDT), high performance materials,

6048225853
Associate Professor
Expertise

Housing, real estate development, mortgages, urban economics

phone: 6048228343
Associate Professor
Expertise

Social welfare policy, international social work education,

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Professor and Department Head
Expertise

Art, art history, European art, performance art, performance studies, art theory, aesthetics

phone: 6048224051
Associate Clinical Professor, Neurology
Director, UBC Headache Clinic
Expertise

Headaches, migraines, ataxia

phone: 6048221728
Professor
Director, School of Kinesiology
Expertise

Olympic Games impact Research Project, leisure and sport management

phone: 6048229050
Professor
Director, Global Health Research Program
Expertise

Global health, international health, environmental health, Cuba, Latin America

phone: 6048221398
phone: 6048223376
Professor
Expertise

Cancer prevention, risk factors, biostatistical and epidemiologic methods, cancer and the environment, pesticides and cancer, etiology of lymphoma, multiple myeloma and leukemia, etiology of breast cancer

phone: 6046758055
Assistant Professor
Fields
Expertise

Economics, development economics, poverty, Africa, kinship, microenterprise

6048225062
Medical microbiologist
Clinical Assistant Professor
Dept. of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine
Expertise

Infection prevention and control, infectious diseases, microbiology,

6048752000
Assistant Professor, Global Health Policy
Expertise

Global health, health policy processes, politics, power, provider associations, India, South Asia,

8472753655
Professor
Dept. of Zoology
Biodiversity Research Centre
Director
Canadian Institute of Ecology and Evolution
Expertise

ecology, freshwater, tropics, food webs, predator-prey interactions, data synthesis, Canadian ecology and evolution research community

phone: 6048221350
Assistant Professor
Expertise

Canadian environmental law, Canadian public law, disaster law

6048228326
Associate Professor
Fields
Expertise

educational policy, politics, university rankings, media education, media literacy, anti-racism, disability studies, social justice, educational equity, knowledge mobilization, knowledge translation, media representation of mental illness, comedy and social change

Michelle Stack is an associate professor in the Department of Educational Studies. Her research interests include educational policy and politics, university rankings, media education, anti-racism, disability studies, educational equity and knowledge translation. She is the author of Global University Ranking and the Mediatization of Higher Education, and she is editor of a second upcoming book on university rankings and journal impact factors. Michelle teaches workshops and courses across the university that are aimed at developing the capacity of graduate students to communicate their scholarship to journalists and others. She is preparing to dip her toe for a second time into the world of standup comedy in an attempt to expand conversations about mental illness, white fragility, disability and rankings. Michelle won the Killam Award for Excellence in Teaching in 2017, and she is a 2020-21 Peter Wall Scholar.

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