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 obtained my BSc in Biology and Biotechnology, and MSc in Environmental Science from the University of Windsor prior to joining the Karpowicz Lab. I enjoy playing video games and knitting.
I obtained my BSc in Biological Sciences with a minor in Biochemistry from the University of Windsor in 2017. I am currently studying the circadian clock in Drosophila. I enjoy reading, playing soccer and volunteering in my free time.
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 am currently studying the circadian clock in Chinook salmon. The research done in this lab indulges my fascination with the circadian clock and how other body mechanisms are governed by it.
I received my BSc in Biology and Biochemistry (Health and Biomedical Sciences Stream) at the University of Windsor. My project studies the circadian rhythm and its effect on the occurrence and progression of colorectal cancer in mice. In my free time, I can be found cuddling with my dog and/or trying to memorize every episode of The Office.
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 obtained a diploma for Paramedics in 2010 and my BSc in Biotechnology in 2015. I am working on the circadian regulation of intestinal healing in mice.
My hobbies are watching movies and fitness.
I am studying to complete my undergraduate degree in the Health and Biomedical Sciences stream. I’m currently studying the circadian clock in the Drosophila intestine. In my spare time, I enjoy playing soccer, reading, and knitting.
I’m a 4th year undergraduate student studying the mouse intestine. In my spare time I enjoy filling pipette tip boxes, genotyping mice, and cleaning the aspirators in the cell culture area.
I am currently studying the way the circadian clock regulates intestinal healing in mice as part of Kyle’s project. I enjoy reading, volunteering in the community, traveling, and watching movies.
I am completing my undergraduate degree in the Health and Biomedical stream. I am currently working as a student in the lab through the Outstanding Scholars program. On my free time I play hockey and volleyball.