Stefan C. Kremer
Faculty, Computer Science
Dr. Stefan C. Kremer completed an Undergraduate Degree in Computing and Information Science at the University of Guelph, followed by a PhD in Computer Science at the University of Alberta. His research has encompassed on Machine Learning, Artificial Neural Networks, and Sequential Patter Recognition. Recently he has focussed on Deep Learning and the application of Computational Intelligence to problems in Biology. Stefan is a faculty member in Computer Science at the University of Guelph. He is currently enjoying a development leave, having completed an administrative term as Director of the School of Computer Science from 2011-2016.
Research Scientist, Instituto de Biología – UNAM
Dr. León-Regagnon completed her Ph.D in Biology (Systematics) at the UNAM, followed by postdoctoral fellowships at the University of Toronto and the Royal Ontario Museum. Her research has been focused on the systematics of helminths and the evolution of parasite-host systems, particularly on the parasites of amphibians and reptiles in Mexico. She has also studied some zoonotic water-born diseases in Mexico as Paragonimiasis and Gnathostomiasis. She has supervised 20 undergraduate, masters and Phd students and her 78 papers have received 1427 citations for a h-index of 20 (Google Scholar). She has been part of the leading team of the Mexican barcoding initiative since 2005. During her stay at CBG she has been working on the barcoding of platyhelminthes and nematodes parasites of wild life.