Ethan Danielli | Graduate & Postdoctoral Studies

Ethan Danielli

Portrait of graduate student Ethan Danielli (MSc, Human Health & Nutritional Sciences) in the atrium of Mac Donald Stewart Hall at the University of Guelph

2018 MSc Human Heath & Nutritional Sciences

Advice for Prospective Grad Students… 

The University of Guelph is a professional, fun, and integrated school to complete your graduate studies. The professors are experts in their respective fields and the graduate students are working on leading-edge research. Although Guelph does not have the high profile of other Ontario universities, the education you will receive and the work you will do is exciting as you will stand out against competitors.


2018 Graduate – Human Health & Nutritional Sciences, MSc

Why I Chose Guelph… 

I chose to complete graduate studies at the University of Guelph because I had such a positive undergraduate experience studying human anatomy in my third and fourth years. Our laboratory here provides a very unique opportunity where students engage in a year long intensive cadaveric experience.

About My Advisor… 

My advisor, Dr. Lorraine Jadeski, is a dedicated educator and human anatomy expert. As an advisor, she taught me to expand my research perspective so that I can answer the hard questions regarding my projects and fully understand the background information before diving in. Lorraine was also respectful of my ideas, opinions and concerns. This allowed us to have honest discussions that lead to positive, constructive outcomes. I thoroughly enjoyed having Dr. Jadeski as my human anatomy professor during my undergraduate degree, and as one of her graduate students.

About Being a Grad Student at U of G… 

I am proud to be a graduate of Guelph. We strive for excellence and are pushing research frontiers. The graduate student community is also tightly knit which creates a great sense of comradery. Specifically pertaining to my laboratory, we focused on improving the education of undergraduate students, working healthcare professionals, and members of the community. Education has become a true passion of mine and I love to see a progression of my students' learning.

How Will Your Research Improve Life?

My research works to improve the education of human anatomy to undergraduate, healthcare professionals, and members of the community. I had the opportunity to teach human anatomy using the cadaveric resources I created to enhance the educational experience of students where I taught them other skills more than just anatomy.