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Governor General's Gold Medal Recipients
Dr. Cojocaru completed his PhD from the Department of Molecular Biology and Biochemistry in the Faculty of Science.
Dr. Herath Gedara Chinthaka Pathum Dinesh completed his PhD from the School of Engineering Science in the Faculty of Applied Sciences.
Dr. Coburn completed her Department of Psychology PhD from the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences. (SSHRC Canada Doctoral Scholarship)
Dr. Meanwell completed his Department of Chemistry PhD from the Faculty of Science. (NSERC Postdoctoral Fellowship & Banting Postdoctoral Fellowship)
Dr. Anderson developed a suite of geosimulation models to represent the dynamics and behaviour of emerald ash borer infestation.
Dr. Adamski's dissertation focuses on implementation of a hydrogen-powered, clean energy economy through new functional material designs.
Dr. Yang from the School of Computing Science invented a number of key algorithms for deploying viral marketing campaigns in social networks.
Dr. Burt's research illuminates the drivers of ecosystem transformations occurring as sea otters recover and expand their range on BC's coasts.
Dr. Adams from the Faculty of Health Sciences spent three months in Mexico to learn how medical tourism practices shape health-care delivery.
Bamdad is from the Department of Mathematics in the Faculty of Science.
Dr. Patterson worked with women living with HIV to examine how the law may impact their healthcare engagement.
Dr. Thompson of the Department of Chemistry's thesis was on the design of highly birefringent materials.