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Jennifer Beynon Martinec (co-artistic directors/conductores, The Atlantic Boychoir)
Jennifer Beynon- Martinec B. Mus., B. Mus. Ed., M. Mus., is a . candidate in Music, Medicine and Education at Memorial University. She is a voice and music education graduate from the University of British Columbia and the University of Western of Ontario.
Jennifer has been a choral conductor and vocal pedagogue for over fifteen years in both Canada and Europe; having worked with prestigious organizations such as: St. Michael’s Choir School in Toronto, Ontario, the Amabile Boys Choir, the Bach Children’s Choir, and the prize-winning Czech Boys Choir. Jennifer was awarded the Don Wright Scholarship for Vocal Music (UWO, 2001), the Lloyd Bradshaw Scholarship in Choral Conducting (UofT, 2003) and most recently the Joseph-Armand Bombardier Canada Graduate Scholarship (SSHRC, 2016).
Currently, Jennifer is the artistic director of the AVE Girls Choir in collaboration with the Graham Academy, co-artistic director of the Atlantic Boychoir and a per-course instructor at Memorial University. Jennifer enjoys being active in the St. John’s community with her three children and husband, Jakub Martinec.

Candidates who lack sufficient preparation in the social sciences, but whose academic record justifies consideration for eventual admission to the master's graduate program, must register for a qualifying year during which they are required to take courses to broaden their knowledge of sociology. Candidates must achieve a final grade of at least a B in these courses and an average in all courses of at least B+; in general, they must, in the opinion of the Department, have achieved sufficient preparation in the subject matter of sociology before they will be allowed to proceed with graduate work. All candidates are expected to have taken courses in statistics, research methods, and sociological theory at the undergraduate level.

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Before joining Khademhosseini lab, Shirin received her Bachelor’s in Integrative Biology and PhD in Bioengineering from University of California, Berkeley and Riverside, respectively. Shirin’s research is focused on developing precise research tools for analyzing biological phenomenon in real-time. During her PhD, she developed resonating mass sensors as a novel measurement technique for detecting changes in the fundamental physical properties such as mass, volume, and density of biological objects. As a side project, Shirin was also involved in assessing the toxicity produced by commercially available 3D printer technologies and developed a novel yet simple technique to reduce the toxicity of stereolithography-printed parts. Both projects during her PhD have been the basis for patent applications and journal articles as well as a journal cover. Shirin has also been a strong advocate in promoting the success of women in STEM. During her PhD, she established the regional chapter for the Association for Women in Science with the help of her fellow graduate students, female faculty, and an NSF grant for promoting diversity. Shirin is grateful for the opportunity to join Khademhosseini lab where she will be expanding on her technical and analytical skills in bioprinting and organs-on-a-chip fields. For more information, please feel free to contact Shirin at  [email protected] .

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Before joining Khademhosseini lab, Shirin received her Bachelor’s in Integrative Biology and PhD in Bioengineering from University of California, Berkeley and Riverside, respectively. Shirin’s research is focused on developing precise research tools for analyzing biological phenomenon in real-time. During her PhD, she developed resonating mass sensors as a novel measurement technique for detecting changes in the fundamental physical properties such as mass, volume, and density of biological objects. As a side project, Shirin was also involved in assessing the toxicity produced by commercially available 3D printer technologies and developed a novel yet simple technique to reduce the toxicity of stereolithography-printed parts. Both projects during her PhD have been the basis for patent applications and journal articles as well as a journal cover. Shirin has also been a strong advocate in promoting the success of women in STEM. During her PhD, she established the regional chapter for the Association for Women in Science with the help of her fellow graduate students, female faculty, and an NSF grant for promoting diversity. Shirin is grateful for the opportunity to join Khademhosseini lab where she will be expanding on her technical and analytical skills in bioprinting and organs-on-a-chip fields. For more information, please feel free to contact Shirin at  [email protected] .

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