University of Saskatchewan
The University of Saskatchewan advances the aspirations of the people of the province and beyond through interdisciplinary and collaborative approaches to discovering, teaching, sharing, integrating, preserving, and applying knowledge, including the creative arts, to build a rich cultural community. An innovative, accessible, and welcoming place for students, educators, and researchers from around the world, we serve the public good by connecting discovery, teaching, and outreach, by promoting diversity and meaningful change, and by preparing students for enriching careers and fulfilling lives as engaged global citizens.
Ellen Wassan, B.S. Pharm., PhD, Assistant Professor, College of Pharmacy and Nutrition
Dr. Wasan is an academic pharmaceutical scientist with a background in preclinical formulation and drug development, ranging from lipid-based nanotechnology approaches to drug delivery, such as liposomes, to oral and topical formulation development for poorly water soluble drugs. She has worked with many industrial and academic collaborators to enable preclinical efficacy and pharmacokinetic testing of new chemical entities in small animal models, including an oral formulation of Amphotericin B, currently entering Phase I clinical trials.
Chris Luby, Assistant Professor at University of Saskatchewan
My research program focuses on bovine mastitis and digital dermatitis. I also teach throughout the veterinary program and provide clinical services to dairy farms.
Dr. Ekaterina (Kate) Dadachova, Fedoruk Centre for Nuclear Innovation Chair in Radiopharmacy
She was most recently a Professor of Radiology, Microbiology and Immunology in the Albert Einstein College of Medicine at Yeshiva University, where she was also the Sylvia and Robert S. Olnick Faculty Scholar in Cancer Research. She received her PhD in Physical Chemistry from Moscow State University in 1992, and completed a postdoctoral fellowship in radiopharmaceutical chemistry at the Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organization.