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Bill Bailey is an Instructor in the Engineering Transfer, Environmental Studies, Petroleum and Public Health Programs. He obtained a Bachelor of Science (Physics) and Bachelor of Engineering (Civil Engineering) from Dalhousie University, a Bachelor of Technology (Public Health) from Cape Breton University and a Master of Science in Hygiene from the University of Pittsburgh Graduate More »
Dr. Edward Barre is a Professor in the Health Sciences Department and is cross-appointed to the Department of Chemistry. He received his BSc (Honours) from Queen’s University, his MSc from the University of Ottawa, and his PhD from the University of Guelph. Dr. Barre’s research involves the application of nutrigenetics and nutrigenomics to the nutraceutical More »
Cheryl Bartlett, CM, is a Professor Emerita at Cape Breton University and Director of the Institute for Integrative Science & Health. She held the Tier 1 Canada Research Chair in Integrative Science from October 2002 until her retirement in December 2012; she was also Professor of Biology until retiring. Dr. Bartlett received her PhD from More »
Susan is the Manager of Bachelor of Education and Practicum Coordinator. She received her BBA from Cape Breton University (formerly UCCB), her Bachelor of University Studies (Elementary Education) from the University of Maine (Fort Kent) and her MEd (Curriculum, Teaching and Learning) from the University of Calgary.
Rod G. Beresford is an Assistant Professor, Integrative Science, at Cape Breton University. Rod obtained his MSc in Pathology from Dalhousie University and is currently enrolled in a PhD program focusing on the MSX (Multinucleated Spheroid X) oyster parasite that was found in the Bras d’Or Lakes in 2003.
Dr. Matthias Bierenstiel’s fundamental research interest is the synthesis and analysis of new transition metal complexes containing two metal centres. These binuclear complexes can exhibit metal-metal synergy and metal-ligand hemilability for improvements in catalysis and for the use as biomimetic enzyme models. A series of metal complexes has been found to possess antimicrobial properties and More »