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 previously completed my BSc in Honors Biology. I am currently using the Drosophila system to better understand circadian regulation of intestinal processes.
When I am not dissecting flies or analyzing images, I enjoy reading, playing video games, training mixed martial arts and volleyball.
I’m currently studying the circadian rhythm and its influence on cancer proliferation in the colon. I completed my BSc in Biology in 2007 and my OCT (EAO — Français langue de base) degree in 2010. I love spending time with my children, music, learning, travelling and enjoy yoga.
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 doing my undergraduate degree in the Biology program. I am currently involved in the lab as a part of Kyle and Malika’s genotyping project. In my free time I enjoy travelling, trying out new restaurants, volunteering in the community, and going on adventures.
I am currently working on Kyle and Malika’s project that looks at how disruptions in the circadian rhythm effects the instance of colorectal cancers. I am working in the lab through the Outstanding Scholars program and am doing my undergrad in Behaviour, Cognition and Neuroscience. In my free time I enjoy painting, running and travelling.
I am currently studying the circadian clock in Drosophila as part of Nathaniel’s project. The research done in this lab indulges my fascination with the circadian clock and how other body mechanisms are governed by it.
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 finished my BSc in Honours Biomedical Science at the University of Ottawa. Currently, I’m in my third year of medicine at the Windsor Campus of the Schulich School of Medicine. My project focuses on identifying genes that are expressed in a circadian rhythm in mouse intestinal organoids. In my spare time I like to bike, do yoga and nap.
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.
I am studying the Circadian Clock in the mouse intestine as part of a project headed by Kyle Stokes. I strive to discover the unknown, and in my spare time I enjoy eating pierogies and watching The Knick, in that order.
My current project is testing the stress response of the intestinal epithelium to determine if there is a circadian rhythm under damaged and undamaged conditions. I enjoy equestrian riding, volunteering with the Canadian Blood Services, learning new things and travelling the world.
I am working with the Drosophila as a model organism to study the circadian clock. I look forward in continuing to study this topic through a thesis project. In my spare time, I enjoy binge watching shows and napping.
I am currently investigating regeneration in the Drosophila intestine. In the future, I hope to combine my interests in the biological sciences and visual arts by going into biomedical illustrations.
I am currently working on the Drosophila stress response using the Cas9/CRISPR system. I also volunteer to develop sustainable education in Latin America, enjoy traveling, and making a positive difference in the world.