David Griffin (born Kingston, Jamaica) has been appointed the OCADU REB Chair from September 1, 2019 to August 31, 2021. Dr. Griffin has been a member of the OCADU REB since 2015. He is currently Assistant Professor in the Faculty of Art. Dr. Griffin holds a PhD from the Glasgow School of Art, an MFA from the Pratt Institute, and a BFA degree from Parsons School of Design.

Dr. Griffin works with drawing and colour, seeking the right question. He has published his theoretical writing on diagrammatic drawing methods and music notation systems most recently in the MIT Press’ Leonardo Journal (2013), and the Intellect Press’ Drawing: research theory practice (2018), and has exhibited and presented his art and scholarship at the New School in New York, RMIT in Melbourne, Brighton University and Cambridge University in the UK, among other places.

New REB members

  • Huda Salha has joined the OCADU REB as a graduate student member. Salha is a candidate in Interdisciplinary Art Media and Design (MFA) at OCAD University. She holds a BFA Honors from York University, Toronto, a B.A. in English Literature, Gaza, in addition to two years in studio art at Athens School of Fine Arts. She is a Palestinian Canadian multidisciplinary artist. Her work explores the historical, cultural and psychological sense of place. She is interested in the way identity and memory are interwoven with place through political and cultural boundaries. Her artworks have been published in online galleries as well as several, magazines, newspapers, art books. Salha has received numerous awards, the most recent is a global award from Britain.
  • Dr. Lisa Goos has joined the OCADU as a community member. She is the Director of Clinical Research Services at The Hospital for Sick Children.  Dr. Goos received her Ph.D. in cognitive psychology from York University, and was a CIHR Postdoctoral Fellow in the Program in Neurosciences and Mental Health at The Hospital for Sick Children.  Her area of research specialization was the influence of epigenetic regulatory mechanisms on cognitive development and behaviour.  Dr. Goos has also worked and published extensively in the area of genetic communications, helping scientists and non-scientists engage in informed dialogue and decision-making on the basis of genetic information. An exceptional corporate change agent, Lisa has driven development in the strategic and functional capacity necessary to enable knowledge translation, and facilitated research integration with practice across healthcare, legal and academic settings.  
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OCAD University
Newly appointed REB Chair
Thursday November 14th, 2019

David Griffin (born Kingston, Jamaica) has been appointed the OCADU REB Chair from September 1, 2019 to August 31, 2021. Dr. Griffin has been a member of the OCADU REB since 2015. He is currently Assistant Professor in the Faculty of Art. Dr. Griffin holds a PhD from the Glasgow School of Art, an MFA from the Pratt Institute, and a BFA degree from Parsons School of Design.

Dr. Griffin works with drawing and colour, seeking the right question. He has published his theoretical writing on diagrammatic drawing methods and music notation systems most recently in the MIT Press’ Leonardo Journal (2013), and the Intellect Press’ Drawing: research theory practice (2018), and has exhibited and presented his art and scholarship at the New School in New York, RMIT in Melbourne, Brighton University and Cambridge University in the UK, among other places.

New REB members

  • Huda Salha has joined the OCADU REB as a graduate student member. Salha is a candidate in Interdisciplinary Art Media and Design (MFA) at OCAD University. She holds a BFA Honors from York University, Toronto, a B.A. in English Literature, Gaza, in addition to two years in studio art at Athens School of Fine Arts. She is a Palestinian Canadian multidisciplinary artist. Her work explores the historical, cultural and psychological sense of place. She is interested in the way identity and memory are interwoven with place through political and cultural boundaries. Her artworks have been published in online galleries as well as several, magazines, newspapers, art books. Salha has received numerous awards, the most recent is a global award from Britain.
  • Dr. Lisa Goos has joined the OCADU as a community member. She is the Director of Clinical Research Services at The Hospital for Sick Children.  Dr. Goos received her Ph.D. in cognitive psychology from York University, and was a CIHR Postdoctoral Fellow in the Program in Neurosciences and Mental Health at The Hospital for Sick Children.  Her area of research specialization was the influence of epigenetic regulatory mechanisms on cognitive development and behaviour.  Dr. Goos has also worked and published extensively in the area of genetic communications, helping scientists and non-scientists engage in informed dialogue and decision-making on the basis of genetic information. An exceptional corporate change agent, Lisa has driven development in the strategic and functional capacity necessary to enable knowledge translation, and facilitated research integration with practice across healthcare, legal and academic settings.  
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