Bronte received her HBSc at the University of Toronto in 2016 with a Specialist in Molecular Biology and a Minor in Chemistry. She participated in a Research Opportunity Program and completed her undergraduate honour’s thesis both here in the Gunning lab and has continued her research as a Master’s student. Bronte is working on the ProxyPhos project involving the design and application of fluorescent sensors.
Bronte likes to travel and try new food. She also enjoys competing in triathlons during her free time and is a member of UTM Masters Swimming.