Research Coordinator: Stephanie Robins
Stephanie has been working with our team since 2010 as research coordinator. Stephanie oversees the running of the laboratory and collaborates on most aspects of ongoing projects from protocol development to data collection, data analysis and manuscript preparation. She mentors students and staff in our office and presents our findings at conferences. She is also responsible for overseeing the coordination of the different phases of our mobile app projects. Stephanie holds a Masters degree in molecular biology from McGill University’s department of Experimental Medicine, and has previously worked in veterinary research and website creation.
Knowledge Translation Specialist: Joy Schinazi
Joy holds an MA in Developmental Psychology from McGill University and a Master of Public Health in Family and Community Health with a specialization in Maternal and Child Health from Harvard University. She has worked for over 10 years as a Research and Planning Officer in perinatal and early childhood prevention programs in the Quebec Public Health Network. She is responsible for the knowledge translation aspect of Infotility through community relations, stakeholder partnerships and social media.
Ph.D. Candidate: Paul Grunberg
Paul is a Ph.D. candidate in Clinical Psychology at McGill University. Using both quantitative and qualitative methods, he seeks to better understand the online experiences of people who suffer from chronic medical conditions, such as infertility. Paul has a particular interest in the use of web-based platforms for providing and receiving peer support and the effect of peer support on the psychological well-being of such individuals.
Eden Gelgoot has obtained her Masters degree in the Department of Psychiatry at McGill University under the supervision of Dr. Zelkowitz. She is interested in the impact of mobile technology on the delivery of patient-centred health care. For her master’s research project, Eden is examining the impact of health literacy on patients’ ability to navigate and benefit from the app.
Siobhan O’Connell recently received her Bachelor’s degree in Sociology with a minor in Mathematics from McGill University. Her research interests include gender studies and criminology, and she enjoys using both qualitative and quantitative research methods. As part of the Infotility team, Siobhan is working on preparing databases and organizing the data collected from the Infotility studies for analysis.
Undergraduate Students and Volunteers
Mandy Wu| Julie Goldenberg | Alix Lahuec | Darian McCabe | Eden Ohayon | Darryl Safo | Joelle Schaffer | Alyssa Wride | Samantha Wunderlich
Former Infotility Lab Members
Skye Miner | Marie-Eve Lemoine | Karolanne Gagné | Alice Chen | Rachel Idelson | Margot Kelly-Hedrick | Icoquih Badillo-Amberg | Jéremie Richard | Michael Aronoff | Isabelle Sadowski | Davis Daumler
Post doctorate student
Felicia Brochu | Shrinkhala Dawadi
Undergraduate students and volunteers
Melody Zhang | Brett Brekkas | Ronald Chang | Emily Nolan | Julian Guidote | Catherine Zhu | Rebecca Yen | Ryan Schwartz | Zoë Goldstein | Amanda Gentile | Joanna Liu