Lakehead University Research Ethics Board

Lakehead University's REB membership complies with Article 6.4 of the Tri-Council Policy Statement (TCPS2) and includes the following members:

Minimum of six full time faculty members who have expertise in relevant research disciplines, fields and methodologies covered by the REB:

  • Kristin Burnett (Indigenous Learning) - CHAIR
  • Claudio Pousa (Faculty of Business Administration) - Vice-Chair
  • Tanya Kaefer (Faculty of Education)
  • Paolo Sanzo (School of Kinesiology)
  • Frederico Oliviera (Anthropology)
  • Eryk Przysucha (School of Kinesiology)
  • Asad Aman (Faculty of Business Administration)
  • Monica Flegel (Department of English)
  • Dwight Mazmanian (Department of Psychology)
  • Teresa Socha (Faculty of Education)
  • Erin Cameron (Northern Ontario School of Medicine)

Minimum of two community members who have no affiliation with the institution but are recruited from the communities served by Lakehead University with preference that one of the community members be of Aboriginal origin:

  • Darlene Desmoulin-Lewis
  • Donnas Stuart

One member with knowledge in the area of ethics.  This can be someone who has a teaching or research specialization in ethics, or someone who has had extensive experience in the area of research ethics:

  • Ryan Tonkens¬† (Centre for Health Care Ethics)

One full time faculty member whose research involves Aboriginal people:

  • Lisa Korteweg (Faculty of Education)

A minimum of one member with a biomedical background:

  • Dr. Sanjoy Gupta

One member knowledgeable in the relevant law (but the member should not be Lakehead University's legal counsel or risk manager):

  • Daniel Dylan (Faculty of Law)