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Bioindustrial Innovation Canada Welcomes Shirley Chan

BIC welcomes Shirley Chan as a Junior Project Engineer-In-Training.

Shirley holds a B.A.Sc. in Chemical Engineering from the University of Waterloo with a specialization in Materials & Manufacturing Processes. During her studies, she has completed six industry co-op terms in various fields of Chemical Engineering including biotechnology, building materials, automotive, and water treatment technology.

“It is my first time here in Sarnia coming from Montreal and I am delighted to be starting my engineering career with BIC.” says Shirley. “I look forward to apply my academic knowledge and skills acquired from past co-op experiences to support projects and provide a positive contribution to BIC.”

Sandy Marshall, BIC Executive Director is very excited to have Shirley join the BIC team.

“With her engineering training and work experience, Shirley is a good fit to support the technical activities at the Biomass Quality Network as well as work on one of BIC’s COMM SCI projects with the Lifecycle Health initiative operated by Carmina de Young in London, Ontario. Lifecycle Health will develop a circular value chain for medical PPE clothing. She is currently working out of the BIC office in Sarnia,” says Sandy.

For more information please contact:

Julia Struyf

Marketing and Communications Manager

Bioindustrial Innovation Canada


Shirley Chan

Junior Project Engineer-In-Training

Bioindustrial Innovation Canada

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