2007 Professor, University of Waterloo
2003 Associate Professor, University of Waterloo
1998 Assistant Professor, University of Waterloo
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Bailey, P. 2013. Pollination Biology of the Endemic A. Gray, and its Insect Visitor Networks Compared to two Widespread Congeners G.L. Nesom and A. Gray (Asteraceae) University of Guelph PhD Thesis, 204pp
1993 Post-doctoral fellow, University of Waterloo
Since graduation, Dr. MacKenzie has practiced in Georgetown, Waterloo, Brantford and Guelph. It was in Guelph in 2013 that she began working with Dr. Quaid. Dr. Quaid’s passion for developmental optometry encouraged Dr. MacKenzie to expand her knowledge in the field of binocular vision and vision therapy. Through the training and mentorship of Dr. Quaid, Dr. MacKenzie has developed a greater understanding of binocular vision disorders, their role in learning difficulties/disabilities, attention deficit disorders, concussion and traumatic brain injury. Dr. MacKenzie has taken several courses in developmental optometry and is currently enrolled in in the fellowship process with the College of Optometrists in Vision Development.
Dr. Heather MacKenzie was raised in Georgetown Ontario and studied biomedical science at the University of Guelph. Dr. MacKenzie graduated from the University Of Waterloo School Of Optometry in 2011 as a member of the Dean’s honours list and was awarded the RACH Memorial Award. As part of her studies at the School of optometry, Dr. MacKenzie completed an internship in ocular disease and therapeutics with Dr. Leslie Landecker MD. During her time at the University of Waterloo Dr. MacKenzie was a member of the University Of Waterloo Optometric Student Society and served as Treasurer.
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Project planning, management and evaluation for projects focused on sustainable agriculture, micro-credit, alternative livelihoods, social forestry, and community water/sanitation in a number of different countries (India, Dominican Republic, Philippines, Ethiopia & Cambodia).
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Agnieszka is a inernational visiting graduate student from University of Warsaw through the international collaboration between WIN of UWaterloo and the University of Warsaw Inter-Faculty Individual Studies in Mathematics and Natural Sciences (MISMaP College) in Warsaw, Poland. We hope you enjoy the 3-month staying in our group!
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Balsdon, J. 2013. Meadow restoration on former agriculture land in southwestern Ontario, Canada. University of Waterloo PhD Thesis, 169pp
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The University of Waterloo honoured Canada Research Chair Linda Nazar with the title University Professor at this year’s Spring Convocation for her outstanding career achievements in Solid State Materials and advanced battery research. The rare title is reserved for Waterloo’s most internationally preeminent faculty...
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Sinia, A. 2013. Evaluation of the Fungi , , and , as Bio-control Agents against the Honey Bee Parasitic Mite, . University of Guelph PhD Thesis, 181pp
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PhD in Chemistry, Gdansk University of Technology, Poland (Supervisor: Prof. E. Kozlowski); award of the Polish Minister of Education for outstanding Ph.D. thesis
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A novel technology for vehicular communications developed by BBCR group is recognized as an Innovation Awardee at the TechConnect World Innovation Summit 2016 in Washington, D.C, and listed on the TechConnect Innovation Awards . The technology received this Award because it placed in the top 15% of all submitted technologies as ranked by the TechConnect Corporate & Investment Partner Committee. The technology can efficiently enable a variety of advanced road safety applications, through reliable broadcast of safety messages by vehicles and road-side units (RSUs). Such invention can have a significant impact in reducing traffic accidents, which represent a leading contributor to human death and disability. The same UW technology has previously received the second prize in the highly competitive Valeo Innovation Challenge (among 969 teams from 450 universities in 55 countries), for a design project that can make future cars smarter and more intuitive. The BBCR group, led by Prof. Sherman Shen and Weihua Zhuang, is working in partnership with the University of Waterloo Commercialization Office (WatCo) to further develop and market the technology, with an NSERC idea-to-innovation grant of $125,000.
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