Rabbi Aaron Greenberg is an Orthodox Rabbi based in Toronto. He is also the Canadian director of the Orthodox Jewish Learning Initiative at York, Ryerson and the University of Toronto. In the organization he partners with local Hillels to provide religious guidance and community building to Jewish students on campus.
Rabbi Michael Stroh is a Toronto based Rabbi at Temple Har Zion. He also teaches and lectures at reform, conservative and reconstructionist synagogues.
Rev'd Christopher Brittain is the current Dean of Divinity at Trinity College’s Faculty of Divinity in Trinity College at the University of Toronto. He is an ordained priest in the Anglican tradition.
Dr. Hai-Ling Cheng is an Assistant Professor at the University of Toronto. She works at both the Institute of Biomaterials & Biomedical Engineering as well as the Edward S. Rogers Sr. Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering. She is also the Adjunct Scientist of Physiology & Experimental Medicine at the Hospital for Sick Children.
Dr. Rodrigo Fernandez-Gonzalez is an Associate Professor and Canada Research Chair in Quantitative Cell Biology and Morphogenesis. He works at the Institute of Biomaterials and Biomedical Engineering and in the division of Engineering Science he is the chair of the Biomedical Systems Engineering Major.
Dr. Laura Prochazka is a post-doctoral student in synthetic biology at the University of Toronto. She works in stem cell synthetic biology and was our secondary principal investigator this year.
Dr. Ronald Cohn is the Chief of Paediatrics at the Hospital for Sick Children and Chair of Paediatrics at The University of Toronto. In Dr. Cohn’s Laboratory, research is focused on the biology of muscle regeneration with a particular interest in muscular dystrophies.
Anita Cameron is a member of ADAPT and Director of Minority Outreach for Not Dead Yet; which is a disability rights advocacy group that is against physician assisted suicide and euthanasia of people with disabilities. She has been active in promoting disability rights through legislative action, non-violent civil disobedience and online communication.
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Alice Wong is the founder and project coordinator for the Disability Visibility Project. She has been an advocate in the disability rights movement for many years. More recently she appointed to the National Council on Disability by former President Obama.