The word “agoge” means rear in Ancient Greek, but it is also a rigorous Greek training system that aimed to teach several aspects of life to citizens, including hunting, science, arts, business, social communication and loyalty. Our family-oriented research collaboration aims to provide a multi-disciplinary foundation to our trainees. We are building the scientists of the future, minds that can think outside of the box with academic rigor, creativity and humanism.

We get contacted by researchers looking for helpful trainees and research assistants all the time. The IMPART team will assist you in finding skilled candidates to facilitate partnerships with Mitacs, OCE, Connect Canada and other programs.


Meet our current trainees and contact us if you are interested to join our team:


Ashley Eadie (Ph.D Candidate)

Dipsikha Biswas (Postdoctoral Fellow)

Jinan Rousselle (Young Scientist Pitch Program Fellow)

Juliana Prestes(Young Scientist Pitch Program Fellow)

Purvi Trivedi (Ph.D Candidate)

Stephanie Legere (Ph.D Candidate)

Vikki Northrup (Ph.D Candidate)