Executive Members

These are the current executive members. Say hi if you see us around campus! We’re always interested in new faces and new ideas.

 

Name
Megan Bruschetta

Position
President

Favourite BPK Courses

326: You learn bits and pieces of anatomy throughout your degree, but it all comes together in this class. I absolutely loved learning about the intricate design of the human body!
446: This was the most interesting class I took during my time in BPK. The diseases covered were fascinating and Dr. Krieger is an amazing professor!

 

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Jordan Olexyn

Position
Vice-President

Favourite BPK Courses
241: I was finally able to apply material towards treating patients. I guess I finally had something I could show my family and apply to the real world.
306: The course that finally convinced me that I enjoy physiology courses because of how they test your ability to understand the material at more than face value and apply it to solving problems.
326: Human body and dissections, enough said.
448: One of the coolest courses that show you modern technology in the medical field. It really opens up your eyes to seeing problems and trying to come up with solutions to them.

Name
Brian Weber

Position
Treasurer

Favourite BPK Courses

382: It had small class and lab sizes that made for almost a family feel amongst the class.

Any course with Max Donelan: He applies his math genius to help explain the functioning of cutting edge technology being developed within the medical world.

 

 

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Emily Chinn

Position
Secretary

Favourite BPK Course
241: I loved learning about injuries and how to tape! In labs you practice assessing injuries discussed in lecture, which highlights the relevance of the course material and its applicability to real life.

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Bader Al-Zeer

Position
Departmental Representative, Biomedical Physiology

Favourite BPK Courses
To be updated.

Name

Erina Cho

Position
Departmental Representative, Kinesiology

Favourite BPK Courses

402: Instead of only learning about the phenomena of our bodies, being able to apply the concepts you’ve learned in your previous physiology and biomechanics classes to tackle real-life challenges is an awesome feeling. It’s also one of the few BPK courses which also count as an engineering course, so having that different perspective is super neat!

381: As one of the few courses offered for the Occupational Ergonomics certificate, Anne-Kristina does a great job of conveying the philosophies regarding designing healthy work environments in a whole new way. It included lots of interesting open-floor discussions and it’s helped me learn how to think when pursuing a career in the health industry.

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Alam Khehra

Position
SFSS Council Representative

Favourite BPK Course

142: It’s the first course that allowed me to apply and understand what I had learned at lecture into a real world setting. This made studying for this course exponentially easier and motivated me to pursuit my degree in kinesiology. Needless to say, I have loved every Kin course I have ever taken after that. Funny how when you start to enjoy a subject that you become better at it, so funny that one would say it’s…humerus *Ba Dum Tss*.

Name

Ran Shpanya

Position
External Relations Officer

Favourite BPK Courses

To be updated.

Name

Omid Vakili

Position

Promotional Coordinator

Favourite BPK Courses

To be updated.

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