I completed my PhD at the University of Toronto, in the laboratory of Derek van der Kooy (2003 – 2008), and my Post-Doc at Harvard Medical School, in the laboratory of Norbert Perrimon (2008 – 2014).
I am interested in regeneration broadly, not only as a process relevant to human health, but as a topic relevant to ecology and evolution.
I enjoy working, and my hobbies include worrying and sleeping.
I joined the Karpowicz Lab in 2021. I graduated from Western University with an MSc in Anatomy and Cell Biology in 2020. During my master’s, I studied OVOL1 and its role in regulating cell proliferation and differentiation using Saccharomyces cerevisiae and human BeWo trophoblast cells. Other than research, I spent my days taking care of my plant collection (consisting mostly of orchids), playing Mario cart, and catching up on reading.
I joined the Karpowicz lab in 2020. I received my Ph.D in Biomedical Sciences from UNAM in Mexico city. I previously did a post doc with Erik Herzog at Washington University were I studied the development of circadian clock. Passionate about circadian biology, my research focus on the effects of timed feeding in the intestinal clock. I enjoy dance salsa, art (music, literature, dance, visual arts, you name it!) and travel.
I completed my BSc in Health and Biomedical Sciences with Honours in 2018. Currently, I am investigating the effects of circadian rhythm on inflammatory bowel disease. In my free time I enjoy reading, trying new restaurants and singing in the car.
I received my Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry in 2014, and my Master’s of Medical Biotechnology in 2016 at the University of Windsor. I am currently studying signalling in the Drosophila intestine. I enjoy reading and watching television.
I completed my BSc in Biology with a specialization in Molecular Genetics and an option in Bioinformatics in 2020. I am currently studying the effects of circadian rhythm on fish health. In my free time, I enjoy video/board games, badminton, winter sports, and coding. My languages of choice are Python and C++.
I obtained my BSc in Biology and Biochemistry (Health and Biomedical) with a minor in Psychology at the University of Windsor. I am currently studying the circadian clock in intestinal stem cell organoids. In my free time I can be found fussing over my plants, volunteering, and re-watching the Harry Potter series.
I completed my BSc in Biomedical Science with Honours in 2021, at the University of Ottawa. My project involves creating a damage model to test time-dependent stress responses in the drosophila’s intestine. I enjoy watching television, singing, and dancing.
I am an undergraduate student completing my degree in Behaviour, Cognition, and Neuroscience. I study the role of the circadian clock on inflammatory bowel disease. I enjoy reading, baking, and yoga in my free time.
I am a 4th year undergraduate Biological Sciences student studying the circadian clock and signalling in the Drosophila intestine. In my free time I love cooking, visiting local parks & wineries, and reading.
I am an undergraduate student working towards an Honours BSc in Behaviour, Cognition & Neuroscience. In the lab, I am studying the effects of circadian rhythm and different feeding schedules on inflammatory bowel disease. In my free time, I enjoy reading, eating at restaurants with my friends and working out!
I’m an undergraduate student in the Biological Sciences program. I study the effects of circadian rhythms and time restricted feeding on inflammatory bowel disease in mice. In my free time I like to read or watch tv!
I’m an undergraduate student in Honours Chemistry and Biochemistry. I am studying the circadian clock in mice as part of Vania’s project. In my spare time I enjoy playing piano and reading any book I can get my hands on!
I am an undergraduate student studying Biomedical Sciences. Currently, I am researching IBD within mice. In my free time, I enjoy watching TV and playing sports.
I am currently working towards my BSc, studying Biochemistry and Biomedical Sciences. In the lab, I’m studying how the intestinal healing of mice relates to circadian rhythm. My hobbies include graphic design and volleyball and I’m also really into strategy games.