Postdoctoral Fellows


Dr. Chris Dieni
2012-2014
Assistant Professor, U Windsor
Dr. Andrea Morash
2016
Assistant Professor, Mount Allison
Dr. Christine Verhille
2017
Assistant Professor, Montana State



Graduate Students
Degree / year
Current Position
Neal Callaghan
MSc 2016
PhD U Toronto
Louise Tunnah
MSc 2016
PhD U Guelph, Wright lab
Patrick Gormley
MSc 2018
Mount Allison
Tyler Lutes
MSc 2019
Current part time student



Undergraduate Honours


Chris Stone
2012
U Toronto medicine
Luke Armstrong
2012
Dalhousie U medicine
Kathryn Butler
2013
UPEI Veterinary College
Alexandra Blay
2013
U Waterloo Pharmacy
Anna Robertson
2014
MSc UBC, Matthews Lab
Robin Bessemer
2014
Medical resident
Maggie McCann
2014
MSc occupational therapy
Robyn MacLellan
2014
Biotech scientist
Tess Robart
2015
Dalhousie U medicine
Garett Allen
2015
PhD U Manitoba, Weihrauch lab
Amanda Rundle
2016
Dalhousie U medicine
Elenor Henry
2016
U Toronto medicine
Merryl Black
2016
MSc U Waterloo
Kenneth Williams
2017
MSc U Toronto
Emma Barlow
2017
Memorial U medicine
Lauren Campbell
2017
U Calgary medicine
Ninh Khuong
2017
Researcher, Dalhousie U
Michael Malek
2018

Olivia Adams
2018
MSc UBC, Farrell lab
Natalie Willett
2018

Katherine Ollerhead
2019
current student
Megumi Gates
2019
current student


Relative to large institutions, Mount Allison's undergraduate students are given unparalleled opportunities to engage in hands-on research. Our BSc Honours graduates have substantial experience at the bench, contribute to and author peer-reviewed publications, and go on to successful careers in academia or professional fields.


Mount Allison has a small, MSc level graduate program and like our honours students, our graduate students are given a level of independence over their projects that is not common at many larger schools. MSc students in the MacCormack lab are also provided with opportunities to work internationally with collaborators in Portugal and Brazil.  It's important for students to be pushed out of their comfort zone and to see how research is done elsewhere in the world.

Comparative Biochemistry and Toxicology