Alexandre Baril (PhD, Feminist and Gender Studies) is an Associate Professor in the School of Social Work at the University of Ottawa. His work, carried out from an intersectional perspective, is situated at the crossroads of gender, queer, trans, disability/crip/Mad studies, critical gerontology and critical suicidology.
Paul MacPherson (PhD, University of California) is an associate Professor in the Faculty of Medicine. His active research projects are targeted to ensure that through research, clinical care and education, gay and other men who have sex with men in Ontario have access to and are engaged and retained in informed, relevant, and comprehensive healthcare.
Peggy Kleinplatz (PhD, Clinical Psychology) is a professor in the Faculty of Family Medicine in the Faculty of Medicine and Director of the Optimal Sexual Experiences Research Team at the University of Ottawa. She has a particular interest in sexual health and access to sexual education and health care in the elderly, disabled and marginalized populations. Current projects include clinical trials for heterosexual or same-sex couples with low desire, low sexual frequency or sexual desire disparity.
Marjorie Silverman (PhD, Social Work) is an Associate Professor in the School of Social Work at the University of Ottawa. With a critical social gerontology perspective and a background in clinical practice, she conducts research using creative qualitative methods on topics related to family care, dementia, place and space, sociology of the body, and more recently, trans and gender studies.