**Vahid Anwari, an X-Ray Technologist working in a large acute care hospital in downtown Toronto discusses his role in the healthcare team, as well as the exciting research opportunity in which he leads.**
Our Kind of Science
Our Kind of Science is a series that highlights passionate individuals within varying fields of science, describing what they have done within their field and educating others on their profession, research, and experiences.
Evy Roussakis – Physiotherapist Assistant
**Evy Roussakis, a recently graduated Occupational Therapist Assistant/Physiotherapist Assistant from Durham College in Oshawa, ON describes her physiotherapy volunteer experience in Hanoi, Vietnam in the summer of 2015.**
George Papadopoulos – Math Education PhD student
**George Papadopoulos is a PhD student at the University of Sydney in Australia, focusing on Tertiary Mathematics Education whilst also working as a lecturer and tutor within the university. After meeting George last year in Greece, it was clear his interest and passion for science and research was boundless, as he is always searching for the truth and logic behind everything. During this interview, he will describe his current and past educational and research experiences.**
Mary Michalski – Registered Nurse
**Mary Michalski, a Registered Nurse and recent graduate of the University of Ontario Institute of Technology describes her clinical experiences within the haematology-oncology/bone marrow transplant program at a children’s hospital, emphasizing the caring and courage needed in the nursing profession.**
Brendon Bissonnette – Biology Student with a Keen Interest in Cetaceans
**Brendon Bissonnette, a Biology and English post-secondary student with a love of cetaceans, will discuss his education and the animals he admires.**
Russell Croker – Physiotherapist Assistant
**Russell Croker, a Physiotherapist Assistant and co-founder of Occupational Therapy/Physiotherapy service company TherAssist, details his experiences.**
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