About

Being able to publish your work is one of the most important skills for a successful academic researcher. However, at the undergraduate level these opportunities are scarce and difficult to access. This problem is compounded by the fact that many competitive scholarships and graduate programs require a strong publication record as an undergraduate.

CJUR was founded in 2015 by a group of undergraduate students at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada with the hopes of providing an accessible platform for undergraduates to gain experience in academic publishing.

Editorial Board

Our editorial board is compromised of senior undergraduate students with extensive research experience. They are passionate about making publishing opportunities accessible for all undergraduates.

Mahta Amanian

Editor in Chief

BSc Microbiology and Immunology (University of British Columbia)

Michelle Lisonek

Editor 

BSc Integrated Sciences (University of British Columbia)

Windsor Chao

Editor

BSc Biology (University of British Columbia)

Uyen Nguyen

Editor

MSc Experimental Medicine (University of British Columbia)

Lorenzo Lindo

Editor

MSc Oncology (University of British Columbia)

Matthew Ma

Editor

Bachelor of Medical Laboratory Science (University of British Columbia)

Derrick Sutanto

Graphic Designer

BA Brain and Cognition (University of British Columbia)

Jashan Saini

Editor

BSc Physiology (University of Alberta)

Monica Luo

Editor

BSc Physics (University of British Columbia)

Ryan Hong

Editor

BSc Biology and Sociology (University of British Columbia)

Tommy Kuo

Editor

BSc Honours Chemical Biology (University of British Columbia)

Claire Cheung

Editor

BSc Pharmacology (University of British Columbia)

Natnaiel Dubale

Editor

BSc Honours Biology (Trent University)

Ryan Chan

Editor

BSc Honours Cellular, Anatomical, and Physiological Sciences (University of British Columbia)

Jordi Chaffer

Editor

BSc Honours Biology (Acadia University)