About Me

I am a PhD candidate in the Xenopoulos lab, studying the role that aquatic animals play in the cycling of nutrients in lakes and streams.

Whether through science-related activities or broader topics, I always endeavor to be an active and supportive member of various communities by connecting different individuals and promoting diversity as an enriching experience that any good leader should embrace.

For presentations of my PhD projects accessible to non-specialists, see here (English) or here (French).

For a short interview by See It Be It STEM It or FemSteamPtbo, see here or here, or by Trent University, see here.

Latest for CBC Quirks & Quarks The Quirks & Quarks listener question show: "How much of a lake is fish pee?"  

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Department of Biology
Trent University
1600 West Bank Dr.
Peterborough, ON, K9J 7B8

Office: LHS B109

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