Laine is a Communications Specialist at CCRM. Laine has a thorough understanding of healthcare communications, having previously worked in public relations agencies with clients in the pharmaceuticals, biologics, consumer health, medical device and nutrition industries. At CCRM, she is building upon this knowledge and generating an awareness of the ever-advancing regenerative medicine and stem cell fields, while supporting the company with strategic communications. Laine completed an Honours Bachelor of Arts degree in Communication Studies at Wilfrid Laurier University in Waterloo, ON, and a Postgraduate Certificate in Public Relations at Humber College in Toronto, ON. Follow Laine on Twitter at @lainejaremey and get to know her a bit better!
Posts by: Laine
You may have heard of the adult colouring trend. In recent years, people have been reigniting their childhood passion of using markers, crayons and pencil crayons to “stay within the lines” while bringing colouring books and sheets to life. In response to this trend, a new industry of adult-oriented colouring books has emerged. These images…Read more
What were you doing when you were six years old? When I was six, I was building forts with couch cushions and playing with toys. A six-year-old named Nate from Illinois, USA, achieves much more in his free time than I did when I was a child. Nate started his own podcast called “The Show…Read more
I joined graduate students and early-career researchers at OIRM’s first Science Communications Workshop, held November 24, 2016 in Toronto. Expert communicators from a variety of backgrounds provided a valuable introduction to the essentials of successful science communication at the day-long event. We learned that storytelling is a tool that can help you to construct compelling…Read more
Last month, the Ontario Institute for Regenerative Medicine (OIRM) hosted its first Science Communications Workshop. Expert speakers, who included journalists, communicators and social media specialists, educated the mostly graduate students and early-career researchers in attendance by helping them navigate media interviews and communicate their work using social media. In this post, I’m sharing learnings from…Read more