BA Philosophy, English Literature (Honours), University of Toronto
Danielle joined the Biopsychosocial Development Lab as a research assistant in May of 2018. Her research interests focus broadly on the intersections between critical psychology and philosophy, particularly as they relate to theoretical configurations of subjectivity, discourse, and history. Danielle is also the Research Ethics Administrator at the Office of the Vice President, Research and Innovation, and a board member on the Ryerson Research Ethics Board (REB). She is currently supporting fellow BPSD Lab member Alex Irwin by applying a critical lens to her dissertation project.
Christie, D., Albanese, P., Alkoby, A., Atcha, Z., & Pesteh, F. (2019). Multi-jurisdictional Research – Speaking Frankly on the Need for New Approaches and Educational Initiatives, 2019 Annual Conference and General Meeting of the Canadian Association of Research Ethics Boards (CAREB-ACCER), Winnipeg, Manitoba.