Dr. Richelle Monaghan
Assistant Professor, Health Studies
Contact InformationEmail: email@example.com
Phone: 519.756.8228 ext.5547 | lab ext.5579
Office Location: Research & Academic Centre, East RCE208
Office Hours: Spring/Summer Office Hours: By appointment. If dropping in and I'm not in my office, you can often find me in the labs on the 3rd floor RCE.
Ph.D. Biology (Cell Biology/Parasitology), University of Waterloo
BiographyRichelle is an Assistant Professor in Health Studies, with a cross-appointment in Biology, at Wilfrid Laurier University. Her research interests are divided between the laboratory and lecture hall. In the lab, Richelle's primary focus is developing economically and medically relevant cell lines, and developing in vitro models for the study of microsporidian parasites. Pedagogical research includes developing accessible university science programming for the visually impaired, and utilizing knowledge of memory formation to design lectures for optimal student recall.
Richelle's role at Wilfrid Laurier University includes lecturing in Anatomy & Physiology and Cell & Molecular Biology in the Health Studies BASc program, and she is the Administrator for the science facility at the Brantford campus.
Richelle is a member of the Canadian Society of Zoologists (CSZ), Society for In Vitro Biology (SIVB), Society for Teaching and Learning in Higher Education (SoTLHR), and the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS).
Anticipated Courses for 2014-2015 (unofficial):
BI 110 Unifying Life Processes F'14
BI 111 Biological Diversity & Evolution W'15
BI 236 Cell & Molecular Biology W'15
HS 202 Human Anatomy & Physiology I F'14
HS 204 Human Anatomy & Physiology II W'15
Previously Taught Courses:
BI 110 Unifying Life Processes
BI 111 Biological Diversity & Evolution
BI/HE210 Human Anatomy
HS 101 Physical Determinants of Health
HS 202 Human Anatomy & Physiology I
HS 204 Human Anatomy & Physiology II
HS 300 Infection and Immunity
Health Studies and the Bachelor of Arts and Science (BASc) Program
The Health Studies BASc program is a comprehensive degree program incorporating physical and life sciences (chemistry, biology, anatomy & physiology, genetics), with social sciences and humanitarian approaches. This unique interdisciplinary program with a specific focus on health is an excellent opportunity for students to prepare for health-related careers.
On Nov. 20, 2012 Laurier Brantford celebrated our new science facility with opening of the William Nikolaus Martin Labs. Photos of the labs can be viewed in the Photo Gallery link.