CURRENT STUDENTS AND FELLOWS
Nicole Bamber joined the Food Systems PRISM Lab in 2017 as an MSc student, studying the environmental impacts of bark mulch on Okanagan orchards and vineyards, using life cycle assessment. She has a BSc in nutritional science from the University of Toronto. She has a passion for sustainability and nutrition and aims to combine the two in her research. When she’s not in the lab, you can find Nicole curled up with a book, or out on a hike in the woods.
Yang Li is a MSc (Biology) student at UBCO. Yang graduated from Beijing Normal University with a bachelor’s degree in Environmental Engineering in 2016. From 2013-2016, she worked as a research assistant in the State Key Laboratory of Water Environment Stimulation, Beijing, China, researching bioaccumulation of PFASs in water and pollution control technologies for high concern organic chemicals such as Bisphenol A. In 2018, she joined the Food Systems PRISM Lab. Her research uses life cycle assessment to evaluate net zero energy housing for poultry production in order to estimate mitigation potentials and identify technology optimization opportunities.