Highly Qualified Personnel

PostDoctoral Fellows

Dr. Amrita Mishra: 2012 – 2014

Dr. Ashok Kumbamu: 2010 – 2011

Dr. Andreas Strotmann: 2006 – 2010

Staff

Database Administrator: Mark Bieber 2010 –

Project Manager: Lesley Dacks 2010 – 2013

Administrative Assistant: Lorna Skaley 2013 –

PhD Students

Janis Geary: 2011 –

Omar Bawhab: 2013 –

MSc Students

Caroline O’Keefe: 2014 –

Shelly Benjaminy: 2010 – 2013

Westerly Luth: 2011 –

Jennifer Ann (Freja) McGetrick: 2011 –

Stephanie Kowal: 2011 –

Current Research Assistants

Kristina Lee: 2014 –

Zackariah Breckenridge: 2014 –

Shelly Benjaminy (Public Health): 2013 –

Jenilee Guebert (Law): 2012 –

Emma Camicioli: 2012 –

Freya Hik: 2011 –

Moses Fung: 2013 –

Supervised Student Publications, Papers and Posters (HQPs Underlined)

  1. Kowal S. The Role of Nurses in Newcomers’ Experiences During Pregnancy and Early Childhood, Faculty of Nursing, McMaster University, HTH SCI 2RR3: Social Determinants of Health (Prof: Diana Sherifali), Hamilton Ontario, October 16, 2014. [invited lecturer]
  2. Kowal S, Jardine C, Bubela T. The Impact of Community Based Participatory Research Qualitative Inquiry Outcomes, Engagement Scholarship Consortium 2014 Meeting, Edmonton AB, October 7-8, 2014. [oral presentation, peer reviewed]
  3. Kowal S, Clarke D.  Communicating Genomic Risk in Primary Health Care: Challenges and Opportunities for Providers. Health Science Inquiry, 2014, 5(1):43-45. [graduate journal publication, peer reviewed Winner: Best Submission – Expedited review in Medical Care Awarded to Stephanie Kowal and Derek Clark]
  4. Kowal S.  Primary Care Networks: Community-Focused Primary Health in Alberta. Health Science Inquiry2014, 5(1): 29-31.
  5. Fung, ME Atkins H, Bubela T. Evaluating the Outcomes of Stem Cell Clinical Trials, International Society for Stem Cell Research 12th Annual Meeting, Vancouver, BC, June 18, 2014. [poster presentation]
  6. Kowal S. Engaging in Community-Driven Participatory Research as a Graduate Student: What I Wish I Would Have Known, School of Public Health, University of Alberta, SPH 623: Qualitative and Community-Based Research Approaches (Prof: Dr. Kate Storey), May 16, 2014. Edmonton Alberta [invited lecturer]
  7. Kowal S, Jardine C, Bubela T. “That’s how the nurse did it, how she decided which vaccines”: Immigrant mothers’ experience with informed consent during immunization in Edmonton, Alberta. Canadian Public Health Association Annual Conference, Toronto, ON, May 26-29, 2014. [oral presentation, peer-reviewed]
  8. Kowal S, Jardine C, Bubela T. “Maybe if I had a family doctor, they would have suggested vaccines”: Foreign-Born Women’s Experiences with Immunization Risk Communication in Edmonton, Alberta. Canadian Public Health Association Annual Conference, Toronto, ON, May 26-29, 2014. [oral presentation, peer-reviewed]
  9. Kowal S, Jardine C, Bubela T. Immunization Decision-Making Processes of New Immigrant Pregnant Women and Mothers in Edmonton: Implications for Vaccination Information and Campaign Development. Presentation for Surveillance and Assessment, Communicable Disease, and Immunization Branches of Alberta Health, Edmonton AB April 1, 2014. [invited presenter]
  10. Kowal S. New Immigrant Women’s Vaccination Decision-Making Process: Implications for Vaccination Information and Campaign Strategies, Global Health Awareness Week, Edmonton AB, March 21, 2014. [oral presentation, invited speaker]
  11. Kowal S, Jardine C, Bubela T. “If They Tell Me to Get It, I’ll Get It. If They Don’t…”: New Immigrant Women’s Relationship with Canadian Vaccination Information, Fourth International Conference on Health, Wellness and Society, Vancouver BC March 14-15, 2014. [oral presentation, peer-reviewed, Graduate Student Association Professional Development Grant – $500]
  12. Tang K, Kowal S, Kongats K, Lukasewich M, Atkey K. Creating healthier Communities through Participatory Research : A Pecha-Kuch Style Presentation, University of Alberta International Week, Edmonton AB, January 27-31, 2014. [Workshop Coordinator/Presenter, peer reviewed]
  13. Kowal S.  The Current State of Child Poverty in Canada: Statistics and Responses. fACTivist, Winter Edmonton Social Planning Council Quarterly Newsletter, 2014.
  14. McGetrick JA, Bubela T, Hik D. Expert Assessment of Geographic Information Science (GIS) for Health Communication in Circumpolar Natural Resource Development. ArcticNet Science Meeting, Halifax Nfld. December 11-13, 2013. [oral presentation, peer-reviewed]
  15. McGetrick JA, Bubela T, Hik D. Balancing Traditional Knowledge with Scientific Evidence: Multi-stakeholder Consideration of Health Impacts in the Co-Management Setting. ArcticNet Science Meeting, Halifax Nfld. December 11-13, 2013. [poster presentation, peer-reviewed]
  16. Fung ME, Atkins H, Bubela T. Evaluating the outcomes of stem cell therapy clinical trials. Till & McCulloch Meeting 2013, Banff, AB. October 23-25, 2013. [poster presentation, Winner Best Poster Prize – $500 to Moses Fung]
  17. O’Keefe C, Atkins H, Bubela T. Enhancing translational stem cell research: innovative models for multi-sectorial collaboration. . Till & McCulloch Meeting 2013, Banff, AB. October 23-25, 2013. [poster presentation]
  18. Geary J, Camicioli EBubela T. The public face of barcoding: How iBOL and DNA barcoding are represented in newspapers from around the world. The 5th International Barcode of Life Conference. Kunming, China, October 27-31, 2013. [oral presentation, peer-reviewed]
  19. Guebert J. Prospects and Possibilities for the 2013 G8 Lough Erne Summit: Trade, Transparency, Tax and Terrorism. Queen’s University Belfast, Belfast, Northern Ireland, June 14, 2013. [invited panelist, oral presentation]
  20. Kowal S, Jardine C, Bubela T. Transition, Trauma, and Information: Immigrant Women’s Relationship with Immunization Risk Communication, Society of Risk Analysis Annual General Meeting, Baltimore, MD, December 9-12, 2013. [Oral presentation; Society of Risk Analysis (US) International Student Award – $150; Profiling Alberta’s Graduate Students Award – $1000]
  21. Kowal S, Jardine C, Bubela T. Immunization Risk Communication for New Immigrant Women in Edmonton, National Forum on Public Health Education and Research, Edmonton Alberta, November 13, 2013. [poster presentation Winner Best MSc Poster Prize – $100 to Stephanie Kowal]
  22. Kowal S, Jardine C, Bubela T. “If I have the recommendation from a doctor, I would take it and if there is none, I won’t.”: Immigrant women’s perspectives of vaccine risk communication in Edmonton Alberta, Women and Children’s Health Research Institute Research Day, Edmonton, Alberta, November 6, 2013. [oral presentation]
  23. Kowal S, Jardine C, Bubela T. Immunization Risk Communication for New Immigrant Women in Edmonton, Academic Women’s Association Fall Social and Bente Roed Award Recipient Presentation, Edmonton, Alberta, October 10, 2013. [invited oral presentation as the Bente Roed Award Winner]
  24. Kowal S. Immigrant Women’s Relationship with Immunization Risk Communication: Addressing Inequity in Health Information Delivery. Campus Alberta Student Conference on Health, Banff, Alberta September 6-7, 2013. [oral presentation]
  25. Kowal S. Stories of Change Panel – Tips for Students to Win Grant Money, University of Alberta School of Public Health 2013 Orientation, Edmonton, Alberta, September 3, 2013. [invited panelist, oral presentation]
  26. Kowal S. Ethnically Diverse Perspectives of Child Bodies in Relation to Immunization Uptake: Empirical Evidence from Various Immigrant Populations in Edmonton, Alberta, University of British Columbia-Okanagan, Faculty of Creative and Critical Studies Graduate Conference: Renewing/Reknowing the Body, Kelowna, British Columbia, May 3-5, 2013. [oral presentation]
  27. Luth W, Jardine C, Bubela T. When pictures waste a thousand words: Analysis of the 2009 H1N1 Pandemic on Local Television News. Canadian Public Health Association 2013 Annual Conference: Moving Public Health Forward: Evidence, Policy, Practice, Ottawa Convention Centre, Ottawa, ON, June 9-13, 2013. [oral presentation]
  28. McGetrick JA. Logical Framework Analysis to Improve Health Communication for Natural Resource Development in Canada’s Northern Territories. International Journal of Circumpolar Health, 2013, 72(S1): 1005-1007. [extended Abstract]
  29. McGetrick JA, Bubela T, Hik D. Expert Assessment of Geographic Information Science (GIS) for Health Communication in Natural Resource Development of the Canadian Arctic. 2013 Arctic Science Summit Week: The Arctic Hub Regional and Global Perspectives. Krakow, Poland. April 13-19, 2013. [poster presentation, Awarded Outstanding Poster Prize; Profiling Alberta’s Graduate Students Award – $830]
  30. McGetrick JA, Bubela T, Hik D. Content Analysis of Health Impacts in Multi-stakeholder Dialogue for Public Hearings in the Northwest Territories. Circumpolar Students Association Northern Research Day. Edmonton, Alberta. March 28, 2013. [oral presentation]
  31. Mishra A, Bubela T, Bieber M. Access to High-Throughput Phenogenomics Resources: International User Survey of Mouse Resources. Beyond The Genome BioMed Central Conference, University of California San Francisco, California. October 1-3, 2013. [poster presentation, peer-reviewed]
  32. Benjaminy S, MacDonald I, Bubela T. Hope in Sight: Ocular Gene Transfer Risk Communication. Insights Conference, School of Public Health, University of Alberta, November 14, 2012 [oral presentation, peer-reviewed]
  33. Benjaminy S, MacDonald I, Bubela T. Hope in Sight: Ocular Gene Transfer Risk Communication. American Society of Bioethics and Humanities Annual Meeting, Washington DC, October 20, 2012 [oral presentation, peer-reviewed]
  34. Benjaminy S, Bubela T, Bieber M, and MacDonald I. Hope and Hype in Sight: Multi-Stakeholder Perspectives on Ocular Gene Therapy Clinical Trials. Vision Science Symposium, University of Alberta, June 6, 2012. [oral presentation, peer-reviewed]
  35. Benjaminy S, Bubela T, Bieber M, MacDonald I. Hope and hype in sight: Sensationalism in choroideremia gene therapy. ARVO2012 – Translational Research: Seeing the Possibilities. Fort Lauderdale, Florida, May 6-10, 2012. [poster]
  36. Benjaminy S, Bubela T, MacDonald I. A Cure in Sight? Multi-Stakeholder Perspectives on Ocular Gene Therapy Clinical Trials. Ethics of Genetics class, Department of Biological Sciences, University of Alberta, February 15, 2012. [invited guest presentation]
  37. Benjaminy S, Bubela T, Bieber M, MacDonald I. Hope and Hype in Sight: Multi-Stakeholder Perspectives on Ocular Gene Therapy. American Society of Human Genetics conference. San Francisco, CA, November 2012. [poster presentation; peer-reviewed]
  38. Benjaminy S, Bieber M and MacDonald I, Bubela T. Media Representations and Patient Perspectives of Ocular Gene Transfer Clinical Trials. American Society for Bioethics and Humanities conference. Washington, DC, October 2012. [poster presentation; peer-reviewed]
  39. Benjaminy S, Bubela T, Bieber M, MacDonald I. Hope and Hype in Sight: Sensationalism in Choroideremia Gene Therapy. Association of Research in Vision and Ophthalmology conference, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, May 2012. [poster presentation; peer-reviewed]
  40. Benjaminy S, Bubela T, Bieber M, MacDonald I. Sustainably translating choroideremia gene transfer from bench to bedside: a genetic risk communication framework. Sixth International Choroideremia Research Foundation Conference. Boston, June 2012.
  41. Geary J, Bubela T. Access to Genetic  Resources and Benefit Sharing: Implications  for Research in Canada’s North. 15th International Congress on Circumpolar Health. Aug 5-10, 2012, Fairbanks, Alaska. [oral presentation]
  42. Kowal S, Jardine C, Bubela T. Help Us Decide, or Leave Us Alone: Pregnant Women’s Perspectives on Pandemic H1N1 Vaccination Communications. Advancing Excellence in Gender, Sex and Health Research Conference. Montreal Quebec. Oct 30, 2012. [oral presentation]
  43. Kowal S , Jardine C, Bubela T.  Pregnant Women’s Decision Making Processes during the H1N1 Pandemic: Perspectives of a Threatening Virus and a Risky Response. Society of Risk Assessment Annual General Meeting. San Francisco California. December 10th, 2012. [oral presentation]
  44. Kowal S, Jardine C, Bubela T.  Vaccination Risk Communication Needs for Pregnant Immigrant Mothers in Alberta, Canada. Society of Risk Assessment Annual General Meeting. San Francisco California. December 12th 2012. [oral presentation]
  45. Kowal S, Jardine C, Bubela T. One Step to Beginning a Masters Level Community−Based Research Project. Community University Engagement Showcase IV: Celebrating 100 Years of Engaged Research. Edmonton Alberta. May 25th 2012. [poster]
  46. Kowal S , Jardine C, Bubela T.  Vaccine Knowledge Translation for Pregnant Women and Mothers in Immigrant Populations. Alberta Graduate Conference. Edmonton Alberta. May 3rd 2012. [poster]
  47. Kowal S, Jardine C, Bubela T.  H1N1 Health Risk Communication for Pregnant Women in Alberta, Canada. CIHR−Institute of Human Development, Child and Youth Health Scientific Forum: Promoting the Health and Well−being of Children and Youth. Edmonton Alberta. October 15th 2012. [poster]
  48. Kowal S, Jardine C, Bubela T. Threatening Virus or a More Threatening Response?: Pregnant Women’s Vaccination Decision Making Processes during H1N1. School of Public Health, INSIGHTS ’12. Edmonton Alberta. [oral presentation]
  49. Li MD, Bubela T, Hafez M, Bieber M, Dacks L, Atkins H. Public Expectations Confront Clinical Realities for Translational Stem Cell Research. Till & McCullough Meetings. Till & McCullough Meetings, Montreal QC, April 30-May 2, 2012. [poster: Winner Best Poster Prize – $500 Award to MD Li].
  50. Li MD, Reshef A, Dacks LA, Bieber M, Bubela T. (2012) Online Forum for Addressing Barriers to Translational Stem Cell Research. Till & McCullough Meetings, Montreal QC, April 30-May 2, 2012. [poster]
  51. Luth W. From Foe to Friend: Is there a Place for Video Games in School-based Obesity Interventions? Poster presentation at the 4th Conference on Recent Advances in the Prevention and Management of Childhood & Adolescent Obesity. October 26, 2012. [oral presentation]
  52. Luth W, Forcier E, Jardine C, Bubela T. When pictures waste a thousand words: 2009 H1N1 pandemic risk communication on Alberta TV news. Insights Conference, School of Public Health, University of Alberta, November 14, 2012. [oral presentation, peer-reviewed]
  53. McGetrick JA, McGee, T. Disaster Risk Reduction in Developing Countries. INSIGHTS ’11 A Focus on Public Health Research. Edmonton, Alberta, November 16, 2011. [poster]
  54. McGetrick JA. Communication Tools for Health Impact Assessment. Circumpolar Students’ Association 12th Annual Northern Research Day. Edmonton, Alberta, March 29, 2012. [presentation]
  55. McGetrick JA. Risk Communication for Natural Resource Development in the Canadian Arctic. University of Alberta Political Science Graduate Students’ Association Sixth Annual Research Days 2012: Intellectual Diversity in Political and Social Scholarship. Edmonton, Alberta, May 4-5, 2012. [presentation]
  56. McGetrick JA, Bubela T, Hik D. Logical Framework Analysis: The Case for Geographic Information Systems in Northern Risk Communication. 18th International Symposium on Society and Resource Management  (ISSRM 2012): Linking the North and South: Responding to Environmental Change. Edmonton, Alberta, June 17-21, 2012. [poster]
  57. McGetrick JA, Bubela T, Hik D. Logical Framework Analysis: The Case for Geographic Information Systems in Northern Risk Communication. 15th International Congress on Circumpolar Health. Fairbanks, Alaska, August 5-10, 2012. [presentation]
  58. Geary J, Goodman K, Bubela T. (2011) Developing research agreements between northern Aboriginal communities and academic researchers: A case-study of the Canadian North Helicobacter pylori Working Group. International Network for Circumpolar Research: Annual Meeting. Oulu Finland, June 13-17, 2011. [contributed presentation]
  59. Benjaminy S, Bieber M, Bubela T. From darkness to the limelight: Media representations of ocular gene therapy. Insights Conference, School of Public Health, University of Alberta, November 16, 2011. [contributed presentation]
  60. Benjaminy S, Bubela T, MacDonald M. Genetic Risk Communication in Light of Ocular Gene Therapy Clinical Trials. First International Choroideremia Symposium, Montpellier, France, September 22, 2011. [contributed presentation]
  61. Geary J, Colquhoun A, Bubela T, Goodman KJ. Developing research agreements between communities and academic researchers: A case-study from northern Canada. Insights: A Focus on Public Health Research, School of Public Health, University of Alberta, November 16, 2011 [poster]
  62. Kumbamu, A. Sustaining the Indigenous Knowledge Commons. In Bubela T, Gold ER (eds) Genetic Resources and Traditional Knowledge: Case Studies and Conflicting Interests. (Williston, VT: Edward Elgar, 2012) [book chapter]
  63. Geary J, Goodman K, Bubela T. (2011) Developing research agreements between northern Aboriginal communities and academic researchers: A case-study of the Canadian North Helicobacter pylori Working Group. International Network for Circumpolar Research: Annual Meeting. Oulu, Finland, June 13-17, 2011.
  64. Kumbamu, A .(2011) “Dispossession and Metabolic Rift in Indian Agriculture: The Dynamics of Adoption and Abandonment of Genetically Modified Cotton in Kadavendi, A South Indian Village. “ “Nature of Contradictions” conference at the University of Florida, March 29-April 2, 2011. [invited presentation]
  65. Kumbamu, A .(2011) “Trust and Equity in Global Research Partnerships: Reflections from India on Access and Benefit Sharing” Participated and presented a paper at a PhytoMetaSyn research symposium in Toronto, Ontario, March 5-7, 2011. [contributed presentation]
  66. Hafez M, Atkins H, Bubela T. Forecasting stem cell therapies: A survey of novel clinical applications 2010 Stem Cell Network Annual General Meeting, November 22-25, 2010. Calgary, Alberta. [poster]
  67. Bubela T, Strotmann A, Noble R, Morrison S. Commercialization vs. collaboration Policy Goals in Stem Cell Research.Insights: A Focus on Public Health Research, School of Public Health, University of Alberta, November 12, 2009. [presentation]
  68. Strotmann A, Zhao D, Bubela T. A multi-database approach to field delineation. Paper submitted to The American Society for Information Science and Technology 2009 Annual Meeting, Vancouver, British Columbia, 2009. [paper and presentation]
  69. Strotmann A, Zhao, D, & Bubela T. Author name disambiguation for collaboration network analysis and visualization. The American Society for Information Science and Technology 2009 Annual Meeting, November 6-11, 2009, Vancouver, British Columbia. [presentation].
  70. Strotmann A, Zhao D, Bubela T. A multi-database approach to field delineation. International Society for Scientometrics and Informetrics 2009 Conference, July 14-17, 2009, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. [paper and presentation]
  71. Taylor B, Bubela T. Stakeholders in Canada’s Access to Medicines Regime. Canada’s Access to Medicines Regime: Hindrance or Hope? Workshop sponsored by The Initiative for Drug Equity and Access at the Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Toronto and the Centre for Intellectual Property Policy at McGill University, Ottawa, May 7, 2009. [presentation]
  72. Srotmann A, Zhao D, Bubela T. Field delineation or field delimitation for mapping sciences?read at the Canadian Association for Information Science Annual Conference, May 28-30, 2009, Ottawa, Ontario. [presentation]
  73. Ouelette C, Bubela T, Caulfield T. Popular representations of genetics research:  Recommendations for journalist-researcher relationships. The American Society of Human Genetics: 58th Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, November 11-15, 2008. [poster]
  74. Zhao D, Strotmann A. Identification of emerging research fields via combined author co-citation analysis and author bibliographic coupling analysis”, poster presentation at the 10th International Conference on Science and Technology Indicators, Vienna, Austria. Abstract published in the conference proceedings, September 17-20, 2008. [poster]
  75. Zhao D, Strotmann A. Evolution of research activities and intellectual influences in Information Science 1996-2005: Introducing author bibliographic coupling analysis. 59(13) Journal of The American Society for Information Science and Technology 2070-2086, 2008. [paper]
  76. Zhao D, Strotmann A. Comparing all-author and first-author co-citation analyses of Information Science. Journal of Informetrics, 2(3), 229-239, 2008. [paper]
  77. Strotmann A, Zhao D. Bibliometric maps for aggregated visual browsing in digital libraries. Proceedings of The SIGIR 2008 Workshop on Aggregated Search, July 24, 2008, Singapore. [presentation]
  78. Zhao D, Strotmann A. Author Bibliographic Coupling – Another approach to citation-based author knowledge network analysis.  Proceedings of The American Society for Information Science and Technology 2008 Annual Meeting, October 24-29, 2008, Columbus, Ohio. [presentation]
  79. Zhao D, Strotmann A. . Information Science during the first decade of the Web: An enriched author co-citation analysis. Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, 2008. 59(6), 916-937. [paper]
  80. Noble BR, Bubela T.Commercialization and Mouse Genomics Research in Canada. 4th Annual Joint Biotechnology Workshop, Victoria, September 26-27, 2008. [presentation]
  81. Taylor BG, Bubela T. 4th Annual Joint Biotechnology Workshop, Victoria, British Columbia, September 26-27, 2008. [presentation]
  82. Noble R, Bubela T, Orton N, Einsiedel E, Strotmann A. Examining Intellectual Property Concerns in the Field of Stem Cell Research.  Stem Cell Network Annual General Meeting, Toronto November 7-8, 2007. [After a competitive selection process with a success rate of 1/5, Rhiannon Noble’s abstract was selected as a trainee presentation]
  83. Noble R, Orton N, Bubela T, Einsiedel E. Downstream Effects of Patenting Biomedical Research Tools. 3rd Annual Joint Biotechnology Workshop, Victoria, British Columbia, September 21-23, 2007. [presentation]
  84. Kraus E, Bubela T. The “progress paradigm  in Parliamentarian arguments in the Stem Cell Debates: a systematic comparison between Hansard debates on Stem Cell Research and Reproductive Technology from the United Kingdom and Canada. 3rd Annual Joint Biotechnology Workshop, Victoria, British Columbia, September 21-23, 2007. [presentation]
  85. Zhao D, Strotmann A. Large-Scale Social Networks and Bibliometric Analysis. Scientometric and Social Network Analysis Workshop hosted at the University of Calgary, Alberta, September 20, 2007. [presentation]
  86. Zhao D, Strotmann A. Can citation analysis of web publications better detect research fronts? Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, 2007. 58(9): 1285-1302 [paper]
  87. Zhao D,  Strotmann A. All-author vs. first-author co-citation analysis of the Information Science field using Scopus. Joining Research and Practice: Social Computing and Information Science – Proceedings of the American Society for Information Science and Technology (JASIS&T) 2007 Annual Meeting, October 19 – 24, 2007, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. [presentation]
  88. Zhao D, Strotmann A. Can citation analysis of web publications better detect research fronts? Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, 2006. 58(9): 1285-1302 [paper]
  89. Chau M, Bubela T. Private Sector Representations of Genetic Testing.Second Annual Joint Biotechnology Workshop, Victoria, British Columbia, September 16, 2006. [presentation]
  90. Hagen SD, Bubela T, Gold ER, Morin JF. Intellectual Property Governance and Not-State Actors: The Case of Bill C-9.Second Annual Joint Biotechnology Workshop, Victoria, British Columbia, September 16, 2006. [presentation]
  91. Koper M, Bubela T, Caulfield T, Boon, H. Media Portrayal of Conflicts of Interest in Biomedical Research.Second AnnualJoint Biotechnology Workshop, Victoria, British Columbia, September 16, 2006. [presentation]
  92. Strotmann A, Bubela T. Measuring the Impact of Canadian Science Networks. Postdoc Research Day, University of Alberta, 7 April 2006.[poster]
  93. Fernando K, Bubela T, Caulfield T. Regulatory Governance and Public Trust as represented through the Media. The Advanced Foods and Materials Network (AFMNet) Second Annual Scientific Conference Research, Results, Rewards: The Science and Beyond – Swifter, Higher, Stronger!“, Calgary, Alberta, April 30, 2006. [poster]
  94. Koper M, Bubela T, Caulfield T. Media Portrayal of Conflicts of Interest in Herbal Remedy Clinical Trials.The Advanced Foods and Materials Network (AFMNet) Second Annual Scientific Conference Research, Results, Rewards: The Science and Beyond – Swifter, Higher, Stronger!“, Calgary, Alberta, April 30, 2006. [poster]
  95. DeBow S. Stem Cells: The Politics behind the Law in Canada.Joint Biotechnology Trainee Workshop, Victoria, British Columbia, November 19, 2005. [presentation]
  96. Fernando K, Bubela T, Caulfield T. Public Trust and Confidence in Regulatory Governance as represented through the Media. Joint Biotechnology Trainee Workshop, Victoria, British Columbia, November 19, 2005. [presentation]
  97. Koper M, Bubela T, Caulfield T, Boon H. Media Portrayal of Conflicts of Interest in Herbal Remedies. Joint Biotechnology Trainee Workshop, Victoria, British Columbia, November 19, 2005. [presentation]
  98. Kurata C, Bubela T, Caulfield T. Unpacking the Justifications for the Canadian Ban on Therapeutic Cloning” American Society of Human Genetics Annual Meeting, Salt Lake City, UT, October 24-29, 2005. [poster]
  99. Kurata C, Bubela T, Caulfield T. Unpacking the Justifications for the Canadian Ban on Therapeutic Cloning.  Challenges in Regenerative Medicine Annual Conference, Toronto, Ontario, October 21-22, 2005. [poster]
  100. Fernando K, Bubela T, Caulfield T. Public Trust and Confidence in Regulatory Agencies as represented through the Media.3rd National food Security Assembly Waterloo, Ontario, September 30-October 2, 2005 .[poster]