Paris is currently a PhD student at the University of Toronto studying environmental chemistry. His research focuses on the development and application of novel MRI technologies to probe environmental samples and processes. While at school, he is also involved in creating student groups in advocating and providing better learning experience for graduate students at his campus. During his bachelor’s and master’s studies, he has been involved in many co-op opportunities in projects such as cancer biomarker analysis, radiation-resistant materials, and flame retardant distribution in the Great Lakes aquatic environment. In his spare time, he is a hobbyist photographer, mostly interested in pets and birds.
Now enrolled in the UNU-INWEH ELE Programme, he is part of the team, led by Dr. Lina Taing, to conduct antimicrobial resistance (AMR) scoping review to identify and assess risks and knowledge gaps in human AMR.