graduates and alumni on campus

The faculty in CRAME are very proud of our graduates and alumni. Although many of our graduates leave campus, we are lucky to have some who remain. On this page we list the CRAME graduates who have assumed research and faculty positions at the University of Alberta. They continue to work in collaboration with us.

Oksana Babenko - Assistant Professor, Medical Education, Department of Family Medicine

(PhD, University of Alberta, 2011)

Research Interest: Educational measurement and evaluation; assessment in medical education; research design and quantitative research methods; development and validation of data gathering tools.

Ken Cor - Assistant Professor, Faculty of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

(PhD, Stanford University, 2012)

Research Interests: Educational measurement, evaluation, and psychometrics, with a focus on assessment design and construction, curriculum evaluation, social science research methods, applications of generalizability theory with performance assessments, applications of item response theory to automatically assemble tests, and the impact of educational assessment contexts on motivation and learning behaviour.

Rebecca Gokiert - R.Psych Associate Professor, Faculty of Extension

(PhD, University of Alberta, 2007)

Research Interests: Rebecca’s research program focuses on utilizing a community-based research approach to examine both cultural group differences and the validity of commonly used screening and assessment tools in early childhood programs.

Hollis Lai - Associate Professor

Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry

(PhD, University of Alberta, 2013)

Research Interests: Educational measurement; assessment designs in medical education; curriculum mapping; educational data mining; item generation.

Mary Roberts - Assistant Professor, Department of Occupational Therapy, Faculty of Rehabilitation Medicine

(PhD, University of Alberta, 2012)

Research Interests: Clinical and professional reasoning; use and integration of technology with student assessment, instruction, and curriculum; interprofessional education; supports for the health and wellness of seniors and their caregivers living in the community.

Mr. Yinggan (Gray) Zheng - Senior Biostatistician, Canadian VIGOUR Centre

(MEd, University of Alberta, 2008)

Research interests: statistical methodology for time-to-event data, measurement of readers/raters reliability, model adjustment procedures such as propensity score matching, inverse probability weight, instrumental variables etc, patient risk stratification in acute coronary syndromes and acute heart failure.