Bradley started volunteering in our lab in 2014 and has since become an exceptional young researcher. While working in our lab, Bradley received two NSERC - Undergraduate Student Research Awards and a CIHR - Undergradate Summer Studentship Award. As well, Bradley completed a fourth year undergraduate project which focuses on a potential therapeutic strategy for centronuclear myopathy.
Bradley also took an active role in mental health services on campus. He volunteered and helped run the Mentor Assistance Through Education and Support (MATES) program on campus which is a counseling based, one on one peer support program that offers services to students experiencing social difficulties, mental health challenges and transitional challenges.
Bradley went onto Nothern Ontario School of Medicine and hopes to pursue a career in medicine so he can offer support to his Northern Ontario hometown community.