Molly is a first-year master’s student at the University of Ottawa. Graduating in Human Kinetics from St. Francis Xavier University in Antigonish, Nova Scotia, Molly completed her honours thesis on the effects of caffeine and menstrual phase on performance in female athletes during heat stress. During her undergraduate research, Molly was funded through the Nova Scotia Health Research Foundation
Madison is currently completing her master’s degree with the Human and Environmental Physiology Research Unit at the University of Ottawa. Madison graduated in Human Kinetics at the University of Ottawa and completed her honours thesis observing regional difference in sweating and skin blood flow in young men during exercise in the heat. Her recent research interests is focusing on the effects of menstrual cycle phase on whole-body heat loss during exercise
Melissa is currently completing the second year of her master’s degree at HEPRU. Melissa completed her undergraduate degree in Biomedical Science and previously worked in a genetics lab at Agriculture Canada studying plant genomics. Her current thesis project focuses on the functioning of intracellular homeostatic pathways including autophagy following exertional heat stress.
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