Language and Working Memory LabWestern Health Sciences



Joel Hosung Kang, BSc

MSc Student

Biography / Research Interests: Joel completed his honours thesis in neuroscience under the supervision of Dr. Lisa Archibald. Subsequently, he became a research assistant and now works as a project/lab manager for the LWM lab. While he helps out with the day to day activities within the lab, he is also pursuing a Master's degree in Health and Rehabilitation sciences. He is particularly interested in the evaluation of primary health care teams (PHCT) and the key different factors between the teams that distinguish them from being an effective team and a non-effective team.

Christine Davison, M.Cl.Sc.

Biography / Research Interests: Christine has been a Speech Language Pathologist in clinical practice since graduating from Western University's M.Cl.Sc. program in 1995. Although she has a wide range of clinical experience, including many years of practice with the preschool population, her recent practice history has focused on school age children. Christine has worked with Thames Valley Children's Centre and the Thames Valley District School board, where she continues to practice on an occasional basis. She has been working as a Study SLP in Dr. Lisa Archibald's LWM Lab since September 2018.