Hillary is a Research Coordinator at the Centre for Research on Safe Driving. She holds a Master of Public Health degree, and is currently a doctoral student in Health Sciences at Lakehead University. Since starting work with Dr. Bédard’s team in 2008, she has been involved in a number of safe driving studies.
Stephanie is a doctoral student in Clinical Psychology and she works as a Research Assistant for the CRSD. Stephanie contributes to a variety of tasks in the lab including: data management, data collection and manuscript preparation. Supervised by Dr. Michel Bédard, her dissertation will involve using the driving simulator to explore the combined effects of THC and alcohol on driving performance. Stephanie is also the current President of Psi Chi, an international honour society for psychology.
Shayna Cummings, MSc
Shayna Cummings recently graduated from the Master of Science in Psychological Science program at Lakehead University. Currently, she is a research assistant for the Centre for Research on Safe Driving laboratory, and the Centre for Rural and Northern Health Research at Lakehead University.
Carlina Marchese holds a Master of Health Sciences degree from Lakehead University. She is a project staff/research assistant at the Centre for Research on Safe Driving, in addition to being the Research Coordinator/Manager at the Centre for Education and Research on Aging & Health at Lakehead University.