Philip Marshall is a Master’s student who recently graduated with a bachelor of science in chemistry from St. Lawrence University in Canton, NY. For his senior year research project he focused on the synthesis of complex phthalide-containing products via aromatic Diels-Alder reactions. During the summers of 2013-14 he spent his time writing manuscripts on the cognitive stability of participants in the CanDrive Cohort study, while also completing systematic reviews of conditional licensing and madatory reporting at the Ottawa Hospital Rehabilitation Center Institute of Research and Development. In addition, he facilitated research projects for the Rehabilitation Center, including preparing patients for admission from the acute care unit to the rehabilitation in-patient setting. At the Menzies Lab, Philip will focus on the study of metabolism speciffically looking at NAD+ metabolism in humans and mice.