Publications & Interviews

Madeleine Bonsma-Fisher, University of Toronto data scientist and cycling enthusiast, tells Moore In The Morning how Toronto could and should pedestrianize streets like Montreal, which has been a boon for businesses there. Interview by John Moore, Newstalk 1010 (September 2023).

Car-free streets in downtown Montreal took ‘political guts.’ Can Toronto do the same? Interview by Lex Harvey, Toronto Star (September 2023).

Between road issues, construction and planning decisions, research looks at why it’s so hard to bike around Toronto. Interview by Piya Chattopadhyay, CBC Metro Morning (May 2023).

Shifting gears: How data science led Madeleine Bonsma-Fisher from studying germ models to bike lanes. Interview by Adina Bresge, UofT News (May 2023).

M. Bonsma-Fisher and S. Goyal.
Dynamics of immune memory and learning in bacterial communities. eLife 12:e81692 (2023).

Outspoken Cyclist Podcast. Interview by Diane Jenks (December 2022).

This couple turned a bike into a train for Hallowe’en and it’s really something. Matt Hansen, Canadian Cycling Magazine (2022).

Bike Talk Podcast – Slow Jams. Interview by Nick Richert (July 2022).

City urged to get wheels in motion for its own bike-sharing program. Interview by Giacomo Panico, CBC (June 2022).

Riding an electric cargo bike year-round in Ottawa. Interview by Eugenie Waters, Manor Park Chronicle, March-April 2022, page 17.

Women in STEM: Madeleine Bonsma-Fisher. Interview by Javiera Gutierrez Duran, The Varsity (2019).

L. W. Johnston, M. Bonsma-Fisher, J. Ostblom, A. R. Hasan, J. S. Santangelo, L. Coome, L. Tran, E. Sales de Andrade, S. Mahallati.
A graduate student-led participatory live-coding quantitative methods course in R: Experiences on initiating, developing, and teaching. The Journal of Open Source Education, 2(16), 49 (2019).

M. Bonsma-Fisher, D. Soutiere, S. Goyal.
How adaptive immunity constrains the composition and fate of large bacterial populations.  PNAS (2018). DOI: 10.1073/pnas.1802887115. Full text PDF

Mind the gender gap: Women in STEM. Interview by Carmen Wong, Emerge Magazine (2018).

NSERC recognizes U of T research into self-driving cars and microbial ticking time bombs in our bodies. Interview by Sean Bettam, UofT News (2017).

Vermeyden, X. Ma, J. Lavoie, M. Bonsma, U. Sinha, R. Laflamme, K. J. Resch.
Experimental test of environment-assisted invariance. Physical Review A, 91, 012120 (2015).

Vermeyden*, M. Bonsma*, C. Noel, J.M. Donohue, E. Wolfe, K. J. Resch.
Experimental violation of three families of Bell inequalities. Physical Review A, 87, 032105 (2013).

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