Kelly Blair-Matuk

Queen's University
Office of the Vice Principal (Research)

Kelly Blair-Matuk trained as a scientist, completing a PhD in Psychology/Neuroscience at Dalhousie University before accepting a position in the Department of Biology at Queen’s University. In 2008, Kelly moved to the Office of the Vice-Principal (Research) at Queen’s as the Coordinator of Research Activities and Communications where she continues to fulfill a variety of functions, including the coordination of national and international prize nominations for outstanding faculty, serving as a managing editor of the Queen’s research magazine (e)AFFECT, coordinating high-profile events and announcements, developing communications materials for internal and external partners, and assisting on special research initiatives.