Research staff

Research associates & assistants

Nathaniel Pollock
Nathaniel Pollock
Research Associate & Adjunct Professor | School of Arctic and Subarctic Studies

Nathaniel (Settler, he/him) is a research associate in the School of Arctic and Subarctic Studies at the Labrador Campus. Through this role, he works collaboratively with Indigenous governments and health and social care agencies in Labrador and elsewhere in the Circumpolar North on research, post-secondary education, and program and policy development projects. Nathaniel completed a Master’s of Social Work at Carleton University and a PhD in Community Health at Memorial University. Read more...

E: nathaniel.pollock@med.mun.ca |

Postdoctoral fellows

David Borish
David Borish
Postdoctoral Fellow | School of Arctic and Subarctic Studies

David is currently a Post-Doctoral Fellow co-supervised by Dr. Ashlee Cunsolo at the Labrador Campus of Memorial University, and Dr. Sherilee Harper at the University of Alberta. David is a visual-based social and health researcher pushing at the frontiers of using audio-visual methodologies to explore and understand relationships between humans and the environment. Read more...

E: dborish@mun.ca |

Carolina Tytelman
Carolina Tytelman
Postdoctoral Fellow | School of Arctic and Subarctic Studies

Carolina Tytelman is a Post-Doctoral Fellow in the School of Arctic and Subarctic Studies at the Labrador Campus. An anthropologist, she is interested in the interactions between people and their environment, including their construction and perception of place and the relationships with other-than-human beings, and how these issues are expressed and negotiated by different groups in the current context of Canada. Read more...

E: carolinat@mun.ca |

Damián Castro
Damián Castro
Postdoctoral Fellow | School of Arctic and Subarctic Studies

Dr. Damián Castro started his studies on the Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina in the 1990s. He participated in pioneer projects where the goal was to add computer processing to Archaeological and Anthropological research, including GIS and AI. During this time, he also worked in the software industry at Microsoft. Dr. Castro did his graduate studies at Memorial University of Newfoundland. Read more...

E: damianc@mun.ca |