biggest priority: Well, I work on genetics research at the University of Toronto. So, really it’s about trying to help people make their lives better. Patient outcomes, things like that.
world-class citizen: Looking beyond the scope of just local, just your neighborhood, and that sort of thing. Looking at things more from a global perspective. Global community. It’s important for people to look at things and have a perspective more as I’m not a citizen of this country, this town, I'm a global citizen. Citizen of the world. We’re all in it together.
you inspire: Well, I actually work with a lot of students, like graduate students at the University. So they get a bit of inspiration from the work that I do. They’re actually able to use it in some of the research that they’re able to do. It helps them out. So, I think there a little bit.